Wyatt Earp Lessons on Gunfighting .. One of his most famous quotes is “Fast is fine, But accuracy is final. You must learn to be slow in a hurry.”
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When the US Army needed handguns for World War I, Colt and S&W responded with the ‘perfection’ of the double-action military revolver.
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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.
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The shotgun has the initials A.H. engraved on its side. After the Nazis surrendered, the gun was taken from Hitler’s Bavarian retreat, known as the Berghof.
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The Mauser 98K fulﬁlled its purpose during WWII, respected by gun enthusiasts around the world has served as a stable platform for the modern riﬂes.
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Desperate times calls for desperate measures, when its the final option. High risk commandos and warriors were conceived with best laid plans to execute.
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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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