Way back in 1955, when the Whitney Wolverine .22 pistol first appeared, I wanted one. Alas, even the modest $39.95 price was a problem. Remember, those were real dollars back then, and my weekly pay […]
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There are a lot of hidden firearm gems resting in museums throughout the United States. Last week, I took a look at some rare handguns found at the Springfield Armory National Historic Site. This week, I take a look at some long arms found in the Maine State Museum and at the Springfield Armory.
A wealth of gun history resides in a slightly dilapidated brick building known as the Springfield Armory. Not to be confused with the modern gun company that leased the rights to the name, the original […]
I have been accused of believing the sun rises and sets on the 1911. The pistol has played an important role in my life. The 1911 has been a badge of office, tool of the […]