Friday, October 12, 2018

Interesting Firearm Photos XXIV

WWII vintage suppressed M1911 pistol

A previously unpublished photo from the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, July 1968

Soviet workers stacking up Mosin-Nagant rifles, one of you reading this may own one of the guns in that stack.

The infamous Remington 1740 (870x2) a left handed and standard right handed model mated together

Larry Phillips and Emil Mătăsăreanu in the ATM lobby of the North Hollywood Bank of America, following their attempted robbery. Their shootout with the police had just begun. The place was North Hollywood, the date was February 28th, 1997

Armorers load .50 cal machine gun belts into a P-47 Thunderbolt, sometime during WWII
Gordon Ingram's patent drawings for the MAC-10 sub-machine gun

 Actor Gary Cooper in his gun room, he was known to be an avid gun collector and shooter

A new "Phased-Plasma rifle in the 40 watt range"?

Texas Ranger from 1887

Time Magazine 
North Hollywood
Historical Firearms
Everyday No Days Off
Southeast Arms Inc

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