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Stevens Model 15 | Weapon Trivia Wednesday

Stevens Model 15 | Weapon Trivia Wednesday

The Stevens Model 15, more properly the Stevens-Springfield Model 15, Stevens Model 15| Weapon Trivia History The Stevens Model 15, actually to be completely accurate the Stevens-Springfield Model 15, was released in 1938. First published in the Spring 1938 Sears...

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WTW: Poland’s Radom P-64

WTW: Poland’s Radom P-64

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...

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WTW: Inland T30 – Unlikely Sniper Rifle

WTW: Inland T30 – Unlikely Sniper Rifle

WTW: Inland T30 - Unlikely Sniper Rifle Mike Searson There was a time when you could not pay us to own an M1 Carbine. From its pipsqueak of a pistol round to its flimsy looking wooden stock, we despised that rifle. We once walked past barrels of them selling for as...

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WTW: Bohunk Bond Clone – the FÉG SMC-380

WTW: Bohunk Bond Clone – the FÉG SMC-380

WTW: Bohunk Bond Clone - the FÉG SMC-380 Mike Searson It's rare that a "clone" of a particular firearm ever exceeds the original in terms of quality. Sometimes they get close enough to match it, but that's rare. However, we found a clone by FÉG which may be the...

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WTW: The Jezail

WTW: The Jezail

[This post brought to you in it's entirety by Sig Sauer, a member of JTF Awesome] Weapon Trivia Wednesday: The Jezail Michael Shropshire The history of firearms has witnessed its share of successes and flops. Often the design is married to necessities like...

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