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Teddy Roosevelt’s Little Thirty

Teddy Roosevelt’s Little Thirty

The Winchester 30-30 (Winchester 1894) is an iconic gun, probably because of one particular man: Teddy Roosevelt. Of all the US Presidents, Theodore Roosevelt is perhaps my favorite. In his life, he did it all: author, rancher, big game hunter, explorer, military...

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Colt’s “Dick Special” Detective Special Revolver

Colt’s “Dick Special” Detective Special Revolver

Back in 1927 when Colt made firearms that people wanted and could actually buy, the company rolled out a new revolver based on their popular Police Positive Model. With its slimmer frame and shorter barrel, the new revolver was called “The Detective Special”. But to us, it was just a Dick. Elliott Ness famously carried one, as did Charles Lindbergh. The Dick Special was carried by police detectives, private detectives and anyone who wanted to discreetly carry a small frame .38 revolver. Colt dropped it from their lineup in 1992, just in time for concealed carry reform to start taking hold in America.

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Bowers USS 22 | CANdid Reports

Bowers USS 22 | CANdid Reports

The Bowers USS 22 is a quiet and rugged rimfire can for shutting up just about everything on the small side. A 22 suppressor is usually the first silencer that most people acquire. The cost is relatively low, performance is excellent, and it is a great way to...

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