The BAR is an American Classic and will always have a special place in the history of US Military small arms- it’s ruggedness and reliability are legendary. Thanks to the good folks at Ohio Ordnance […]
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Shooting and showing the Ohio Ordnance Works Browning BAR 1918A3. At about 20 pounds, this thing is a real brute to handle. Once you pull the trigger, it's a sweetie, though.
I’m assuming that since the citizen control cult hates “assault rifles,” that they’ll flock to the Heavy Counter Assault Rifle…. right? The Heavy Counter Assault Rifle by Ohio Ordnance Works is based on the M1918 […]
The 2014 SHOT Show was my first one, and at times it was almost overwhelming with the sheer volume of products thrown our way. While I didn’t get chance to see or shoot even a […]
Designed by John Moses Browning, the M1918 Browning automatic rifle came late in World War I, but didn’t see widespread deployment until World War II and the Korean War. It served until the early years […]