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GyroJet Carbine

GyroJet Carbine

A followup on the GyroJet pistol article. CLICK HERE The GyroJet Carbine is just that. A carbine version of the technology. Primarily this was created...
Schuetzen Winchester Model 70

Schuetzen Style Rifles

I keep an eye on this segment of the market. In the US these types of rifles are not very popular. As such, sometimes...

POTD – llama Model IV

POTD - llama Model IV They said, “Why would someone want a 9mm 1911?”. “9mm 1911’s are just wrong.” “1911’s were designs for nothing was 45ACP”. Well….1931 is calling...
Enfield Sniper

POTD – Enfield No.4 MK1 T Sniper

Took these pics a few years ago at the Cody Firearms Museum. At the time, this was Enfield sniper was racked in their storage...
Browning M2 Machine Gun

Didn’t Buy Browning M2

Took these photos a while back at CFM. Never published them since the glare from the display cases played havoc on the image quality....
POTD - Mauser HSc Pistol.

POTD – Mauser HSc

While at The Cody Firearms Museum, I took this picture of a Mauser HSc.  I can only assume this was a WWII German gun that...
Belt Buckle Guns Cody Firearms Museum

Belt Buckle Guns

These have always been goofy. Something that appeals to children or folks who’s view of “combat” is distorted by fetish and fantasy.  Typically two traits...
French Model RSC-1917

RSC-1917 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Saw a French Model 1917 Semiautomatic Rifle / RSC-1917 in the rack at Cody. Took some up close pics for reference. The RCS is...
22LR Luger by Erma 01

22LR Luger By Erma

While visiting the Cody Firearms Museum (CFM), taking a gander at the Lugers is always a must. Now I admit I am not the...
Borchardt Carbine

Borchardt Carbine

What’s better than a Borchardt pistol? Why a carbine of course! I took these photos a while back while visiting the Cody Firearms Museum...
Mexican Mondragon Semiauto Rifle

Mexican Mondragon Rifle

The Mondragon is a unicorn rifle for us. They are very rare overall and extremely rare inside of the United States. Why? Logically…how many...
Winchester-Hotchkiss Model 1879

Winchester-Hotchkiss Model 1879

So…why I am I looking at a sporting rifle? The first clue is the caliber. It’s in 45-70. So that makes we wonder if...
US Model 1917 with BAR Magazine 01

Model 1917 with BAR Magazine

We’ve all seen the ’03 Springfield’s that have been modified to take the larger magazines. Some are done after the fact since it’s a...

POTD — Model 1917 Heavy Barrel Sniper 

The next time you see some WWI Bubba’ed rifle at a gun show, make sure it’s not an actual factory rifle that has been...

Bergmann Model 1898

I have always thought pistols from this era looked very cool. They have a unique quality that doesn’t flow down stream of Browning or...
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