Some good info by CarteachO

Sunday, December 16, 2012 Wheel gun carry: .38 Special Vs .357 Magnum Despite the staggering number of choices amongst semi-auto pistols for personal protection, there are still a large segment of the population who prefer revolvers.  Even those who swear by one auto or another often have a small revolver as a backup. Why?  Because … Continue reading “Some good info by CarteachO”

What I call a REAL STUD!

Medal of Honor, Vietnam War Robert Howard Medal of Honor: Oral Histories Medal of Honor: Oral Histories SOG’S FIERCEST WARRIOR: COLONEL ROBERT L. HOWARD Medal of Honor, Vietnam War Robert Howard Medal of Honor: Oral Histories Medal of Honor: Oral Histories                 By Maj. John L. Plaster, USA … Continue reading “What I call a REAL STUD!”

Tragic: Every Single Bump Stock In Nation Suddenly Lost In Boating Accident

U.S.—In a rash of tragedies all across the United States, every single bump stock in the nation was tragically lost in various boating accidents earlier this week. Coincidentally, the bump stocks have just been banned by the Trump administration. Since all the bump stocks have been destroyed, it’s now impossible for the ATF to confiscate … Continue reading “Tragic: Every Single Bump Stock In Nation Suddenly Lost In Boating Accident”

6 years ago We lost a good man! All I can say is that the Army could use a lot more of men like him in the officers Corp!

General H Norman Schwarzkopf passes on… General Schwarzkopf was the General that was responsible for the success of Desert Storm, We in the storm called him “our General”,  From everything that I read, he and the other officers that were the product of Vietnam war, vowed not to repeat the mistakes that hamstrung the American … Continue reading “6 years ago We lost a good man! All I can say is that the Army could use a lot more of men like him in the officers Corp!”

Just One Mission! (I like him)

Maynard Harrison SmithFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Maynard Harrison Smith Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson awarding the Medal of Honor to S/Sgt. Smith Nickname(s) Snuffy Smith Born May 19, 1911 Caro, Michigan Died May 11, 1984 (aged 72) Saint Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida, USA Place of burial Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia, USA Allegiance  United States of … Continue reading “Just One Mission! (I like him)”