A bit of background. My mother’s younger brother carried an M1 Garand as a member of the 103rd Infantry Division…Read More >
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At a time when Total War demanded every measure of effort industrial, economic, and spiritual that a nation might muster, the United States attempted to produce a quality submachine gun that was both effective and inexpensive while remaining amenable to mass production. That gun served tank crews well into the 1990s. Guest blogger, Will Dabbs, MD writes about the Grease Gun.
In putting together the top combat sidearms, a number of factors influenced the decisions including design, battle performance, cartridge, performance, comparable technology of the day and reliability versus practicality, but can a Glock be considered a “Combat Handgun?” Read on to see if the author agrees.
Collecting is a journey through the colorful history fraught with fakes and poor quality examples of an otherwise highly desireable firearm. In this final installment of our M1 Carbine overview series, the author covers the good, the bad and the ugly of collecting M1 Carbines, as well as stories of the M1 Carbine for hunting and comparisons to other self-defense guns and calibers.
Part two of this three part series focuses on the reputation of the M1 Carbine from returning GIs, the wave of popularity generated by the $24 rifles offered through the NRA and DCM in the early ’60s, and Hollywood’s contribution—plus a whole lot more!
In part one of a three-part series, the author covers the genus of the M1 Carbine, its role in WWII and Korea, and the popularity it has enjoyed with shooters, plinkers, Hollywood movies for over 75 years. In this article, he delves into various versions employed in combat and the feedback—both positive and negative—from the GIs who carried into it harm’s way.
The upcoming James D. Julia, Inc. auction is going to include some iconic and important flags from the American Civil War. Click to read the auction house’s press release and see what’s up for sale in this $17 million event.
A 2nd Amendment scholar asserts that what finally forced the colonials into a shooting war with the British Army in April 1775 were attempts by the British to disarm Americans. Click to see the facts.
In a surprising announcement yesterday, a military lawyer presented the case for the Army to switch to hollow point ammunition at the U.S. Army’s Industry Day. Read on to find out why the Army could switch and to tell us your opinion.
Flip-flopping—and not due to vacations in Hawaii—is nothing new to politicians. But this time, President Obama has overstepped his powers by issuing an executive order banning the re-importation of M1 Garand and M1 Carbine rifles from South Korea. The Collectible Firearms Protection Act has been introduced. This article explains why gun owners and 2A-supporters need to support this law.