The M3 grease gun was one of the simplest, ugliest, & cheapest weapon ever fielded by the U.S. military, lacking in looks made up in effectiveness.
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It is ironic that a country built on a tradition of rifle marksmanship took nearly 200 years to formally embrace the sniper. Story by Frank Jardim
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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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The shotgun is an iconic weapon most often associated with the pump-action badassery of action films and video games.
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The Russian PPSh-41 was known to many as the “Burp Gun” due to the sound it made when fired. With an incredibly high cycling rate of around 1,000 rounds per minute, this submachine gun is incredible.
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In this list, we take a look at some of the coolest, scariest, & most notorious sneak attack weapons in history, focusing on attack weapons.
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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.
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