See this Iconic Colt Model 1911 vintage footage from the WWII era and notice the similarity to the FBI pistol training and utilizing Col. Rex Applegate combat shooting methods for close quarter combat.
Back in the WWII era, Disney did their part to help Uncle Sam by making instructional films on how to use the Boys anti-tank rifle.
This vintage video from VDMA Youtube goes over the instructions on the employment of the .55-caliber rifle, This was used to stop or slow down an armored vehicle.
Take a look at this old gadget, possibly for old spy or gansta weapon that features a single shot pistol attached to the body of a folding pocketknife, with the bore running parallel to the blade and a folding trigger that is shaped like a corkscrew.
These culture bored many warriors who’ve had to be bad asses in order for their tribe or clan to survive. Here are some of the most fearless warriors (badasses) from our history.
Gunfighters range from different occupations including lawman, outlaws and cowboys but are more commonly known as hired guns of the Old West.
Desperate times calls for desperate measures, when its the final option. High risk commandos and warriors were conceived with best laid plans to execute.
The M30 Luftwaffe drilling was a survival weapon issued to Luftwaffe pilots during World War II. Was intended to be used when a pilot was shot down.
President T Roosevelt really loved his Lever Action 1894 Winchester guns for shooting, hunting & his home – outfitted with a Suppressor used for varminting.
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These weapons were made in the millions, and some were the standard issue in front line forces around the world well into the 1970s.
Did you know the pistol that started World War I might be the most famous individual firearm in history, yet almost nobody knows what it is. Read on…
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Strapping every weapon you have to every other weapon, and hope that physics is on your side to let you fire knives out of your machine gun- Like these guys
Wyatt Earp on Gunfighting interview… One of his most famous quotes is “Fast is fine, But accuracy is final. You must learn to be slow in a hurry.”
Rest your eyes on these awesome vintage shotgun advertisements of the past. They’ll make you want to round up the dogs and hit the fields.