Thursday, April 6, 2017

Interesting Firearm Photos VIII

The "Million Dollar" Luger, the only remaining .45 ACP chambered Luger known from the 1907 U.S. Government trials (only two were nade).

WWI: A Russian soldier loads his 1895 Winchester lever action rifle with a stripper clip full of 7.62x54R ammunition

A home built AK47 Bullpup, I'm not sure how this thing works, but it looks interesting....

The prototype rotary magazine developed for the Ruger 10/22 rifle

A three barrelled pistol once owned by Napoleon

Sir Winston Churchill firing a Thompson Sub-machine gun

A heavily rusted Ruger Blackhawk revolver, the anodized aluminum grip frame seemed to survive whatever horrible conditions the gun was exposed to....
A very large gun kaboom....

A Colt model 1849 revolver once owned by Brigham Young

WWII Field Ordnance repairs

A billboard in Texas honoring American Navy Seal Chris Kyle...RIP brother

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American Rifleman

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