Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Interesting Firearm Photos XV

U.S. Soldiers in Vietnam circa 1965

Mae West learning to use a Tommy Gun, circa 1934

Queen Elizabeth II firing a British L85 battle rifle in Surrey, England

A sight that could be the future of American owned guns...

1915, Sergeant William Beech, 2nd Battalion, NSW with his invention: the periscope rifle

An 1876 Parker Field Flintlock Musket that once belonged to Chief Sitting Bull

The Klein's advertisement from the back of American Rifleman magazine, with which Lee Harvey Oswald ordered his rifle and revolver from

1942, Renton, WA: A Sherman tank, built at the Renton Paccar plant is being tested in the Cedar River.

Meredith Hunter pulls his revolver at the free Altamont Concert in California on December 6th 1969, his actions led to his death at the hands of the Hell's Angles who were acting as security.

Oversized cut away demo of an M16

True West Magazine 

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