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.
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Political correctness is certainly not the name of the game in these classic pieces of gun marketing. It was just plain old fashion advertising.
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Badass Improvised Weapons in War is Horrific – there were much Trial & Error but the ones that were successful were Unique, Innovative and Low Tech.
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This 40-shot pistol may have been the first high capacity pistol dating back to 1878, developed by two Frenchmen, Henri Guenot and Paulin Gay.
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Among their many groundbreaking firearm innovations, the Model 700 and Model 870 are seen as the best guns of all time.
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Which gun laid down the Design Groundwork for the 1911 or Smith&Wesson? Find out here..
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These Exploding Bullets were known to be used for Sabotaged but was used by Snipers as well during World War II.
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