Only 5 inches long and weighing a pound, this single-shot pistol was conceived as an instrument of chaos in the darkest times of the World War II.
The “Ruby” pistol chambered in low power .32 ACP is the result of France’s desperate need for arms in the early days of the Great War.
The Karabiner 98 kurz with Iron Sights has a 550-yard eﬀective ﬁring range, which is increased to over 1,000 yards when ﬁtted with a Telescopic Sight.
I don’t know if you can be a patriot and not get choked up when you see Old Glory flying, My thoughts go first to the sacrifices of our Military Forces.
Its just 24 notes, but the Bugle call has a deep, rich history.
One tangible connection to the human cost of the Civil War can be found in a beautifully engraved Henry repeating rifle, number 19 found in Kentucky.