5 Rifle-Cleaning Rules For Dummies Written by: Priscilla Cash Guns & Ammo 13 Comments Print This Article Image source: smithandedwards.com When it comes to rifles, whether we use them for hunting, taking care of predators, target shooting, or home defense, we want to keep them in top-working condition. While most hunting style rifles don’t require a significant amount of … Continue reading “Some Good ideas about Cleaning your Gun!”
As you can see, the history of Firearms go back a bit. Say about almost 700 years for the Europeans. Let alone for how far back it was for Asia! here is some more! I bet that he didn’t do that twice on purpose or how I discovered recoil MOM! Even then Folks wanted more … Continue reading “Some of the earliest Firearms porn”
I never saw one of these in 223 before, most I have seen in this model was 45-70 Government. I guess it is never too late to learn something!
The Lebman 1911 Machine Pistol Texas gunsmith Hyman S. Lehman modified the Model 1907 into what we would now call a “Close Quarters Battle” (CQB) weapon in the early 1930s. Here is his story By Wiki Hyman S. Lebman aka Hyman S. Lehman or Hymie Lebman (1903–1990) was a San Antonio, Texas, gunsmith and leather worker. Working out of his saddlery … Continue reading “Gunsmith to the Gangsters of the 20’s & 30’s”
With a 30 Carbine round in it, I bet this pistol has some snap when squeezing one off!
One scary looking piece to these old eyes of mine! Merwin, Hulbert & Co. were not manufacturers or makers of guns. There were a group of New York City gun and sporting goods dealers who had a major interest in Hopkins & Allen Firearms of Connecticut and had Hopkins & Allen make guns for them … Continue reading “Hopkins & Allen Merwin Hulbert Frontier Model Large Frame 1st Model”
One strange looking survivor from the past! But it does look like it is in great shape though!
I bet that this was a surprise to somebody at one time or another!
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard has a “pretty obvious” solution for addressing gun-related violence, but “nobody wants to go there.” Ballard believes that if we upped the mandatory minimum sentence for gun crimes society would drastically reduce gun violence. The mayor told News 8 that based on the city’s tracking of cases, “homicides in 2014 would … Continue reading “I like this guy!”