There have been several presidents who served in the military. POTUS then Commander-in-Chief: who were they?
Why LOWA? So, this LOWA Ranger III GTX review came about because of my wet feet. My favorite deer hunting spot requires me to cross a fair-sized creek before climbing the ridge on the far side to get a view...
The DD (Duplex Drive) Sherman tank may have been the strangest of all WW2 tanks actually used in combat. Though their deployment was flawed, their contribution cannot be denied.
The Mauser is the gold standard for military surplus rifles. The Swiss K31 and British SMLE are excellent weapons, but no series of rifles has been as consistently excellent as those based on the Mauser 98 action. And yes, that includes the Mosin-Nagant!
We needed armor on those islands we were hopping to fight the Japanese. Join us for another installment of Tank Week as we delve into armored warfare. In this installment, Bucky Lawson talks about tanks in the Pacific.
Bucky Lawson tells up about a song that begins with a Russian soldier on the morning of 22 June 1941, when Nazi Germany launched Operation Barbarossa.
Tiffany Yerby Dillon is Director of Design for 5.11 Tactical, a company no doubt well-known to readers here. She also serves on the Executive Committee of the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum and is awesome for a number of reasons.
The Second Amendment to the Constitution is often misunderstood. We have the right to be armed, not granted by the government, but protected by it.
WTW: Poland’s Radom P-64 Service Pistol Bucky Lawson - this article originally ran Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016 With the continuing popularity of Mike’s article on the East German Makarov, I thought a good follow-up would be a look at the outstanding Radom P-64, which...
Why Dropping a Bomb on Hiroshima Was the Right Thing To Do Bucky Lawson August 6th marked the 71st anniversary of the atom bombing of Hiroshima. Nagasaki would follow on August 9th. Pardon the pun, but once the bombs were dropped, BOOM, World War II was done - and it...