Smith & Wesson Military and Police Revolver

DunnBy Robert Dunn 
AGI and GunTech Video Producer, 
AGI Pro Course Graduate, GCA Charter Member

M&P1While going through their father’s things, my Mom and her sister came across an old Smith and Wesson revolver that had belonged to my Grandfather. The gun was stowed away in his trunk with some military memorabilia from WWI and an unopened bottle of whiskey. As I think about it, I believe that it would be a cold day in hell if the things in that trunk were ever in need of use again. My Grandfather was a kind and practical man. He owned a Winchester 1873 that he kept at his grocery store and the revolver was hidden away at home in case of emergencies. Continue reading

Zombie Survival Tips continued.

gunnyby Gunny8541

Here they are! Gunny’s last two Zombie Survival Tips. Are you fully prepared for the hordes of undead? Are you a survivor? Only those that are mentally and physically ready are going to make it through the bad times, so make sure you follow Gunny’s advice and can stick around for his upcoming series on Top Zombie Shotguns!
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Bug Out Bag Basics–Staying in Touch.

Howes2By Gary Howes
Guns and Gunsmiths editor

Just about everyone has a cellphone these days, and the ability to stay in touch with friends and family wherever you are is usually taken for granted. There is no denying that they have also been responsible for saving many lives by allowing stranded or injured hikers, hunters and motorists to get in touch with someone when trouble arises and they need help. Continue reading