We are going old school this week—really old school. This was the Colt that made all men equal in the…Read More >
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When we think of the birth of our nation the date July 4, 1776 comes to mind. That is the…Read More >
Today, December 13, 1775, with the words above two ships became the U.S. Navy. The two ships, Andrew Doria and the Cabot given the orders to cruise eastward became the first U.S fleet to set sail. Later the American fleet would add the Columbus and the sloop Providence. John Adams who had fought hard for this day believed that we had a “Seafaring Inclination” Oh Did we ever!
No other cartridge has changed the face of the planet like the 7.62×39. It protected communist ideals and was the…Read More >
The need arose on the battlefield for an easily transportable machine gun to compliment the German Blitzkrieg, a new type…Read More >
On October 4 1777, the Continental Army under George Washington did something they had not yet had the opportunity to do—they would attack.
This week we go really old school with a big hoss, the 45-70 Government. This comes from a time when…Read More >
Here is a firearm that when introduced to the battlefield, an outcry arose from the German high command. They claimed…Read More >
Born from the .30-03, the .30-06 Springfield is one of the most important cartridges of the 20th century. Developed in…Read More >