Archives for January, 2020
The American market quickly became a dumping ground for Europe’s obsolete weapons as both sides scrambled to find enough small arms to equip their armies.
Posted in History Tagged with: Civil War, Confederacy, Frank Jardim, Memphis Pink Palace Museum, Model 1857 Breech Loader, Model 1858 Revolver, Model 1860 Revolver, Model 1864 Burnside Breech Loader, Tamara Braithwaite, Union
The following Gunfight segment examines significant tragic events and how they changed LE Tactics, Procedures, and Policies.
Posted in Law Enforcement Tagged with: Gunfight Tactics, Law Enforcement
Gunfighters range from different occupations including lawman, outlaws and cowboys but are more commonly known as hired guns of the Old West.
Posted in History Tagged with: Gun Slingers, Wild West
During World War I these Trench Raiding Clubs were more effective as a quiet and effective means in daring Night Trench Raids than Firearms.
Posted in History Tagged with: Trench Clubs, Trench Knife, WWI
Close Quarter Pistol Training instills getting your Gun into the Fight or keeping your Gun in the Fight to Stop the Bad guy, check out some of these Drills.
Posted in Training
Here’s a look at the S&W Governor & Taurus Judge with Quality man-stopper .410 cartridges for Self-Defense.
Posted in Handguns Tagged with: .410 Pistol, Federal Premium 000, Remington no.6, S&W Governor, Taurus Judge, Winchester PDX1 defender
Close combat in the trenches, and especially night fighting, favored the massive firepower of fast-shooting pump shotguns.
Posted in Shotgun Tagged with: Frank Jardim, Ithaca M37