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.
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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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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.
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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.
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Its just 24 notes, but the Bugle call has a deep, rich history.
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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.
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The German MP40 submachine gun (Schmeisser) was a weapon our Allied Forces feared in World War II.
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