Bucky Lawson

Walther P1/P38: Eighty Years of Excellence

Walther P1/P38: Eighty Years of Excellence

When most people think of World War II German pistols (assuming they think about such things at all) the first thing that usually pops up is the famous P08 Luger, and with good reason. The Luger is a sexy little beast that's achieved iconic status with shooters and...

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Blitzkrieg: The Wages of Failing to Prepare

Blitzkrieg: The Wages of Failing to Prepare

Blitzkrieg: The Wages of Failing to Prepare Bucky Lawson Two days and 77 years ago, 10 May, 1940, the German war machine slammed across the borders of Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands, ending the so-called "Phony War" of the previous seven months. According to...

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Patriots Day – and the Right to Bear Arms

Patriots Day – and the Right to Bear Arms

Today is Patriot's Day. Today we raise a glass to men with balls so big it's a wonder they could walk around. Today is the 242nd anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, which if you're an American you should be familiar with. It's an extraordinarily...

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Tank Week | Rising from the Mud

Tank Week | Rising from the Mud

The standard vision of combat on the Western Front of the First World War is one of trenches, barbed wire, and soldiers going “over the top” to get slaughtered in No Man’s Land. There is a certain amount of truth to that vision, especially...

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