Some more interesting firearms articles found this week on the web!
with Paul Smeltzer
Guns and Gunsmiths Contributor
The M1 Garand is probably the most iconic US military rifle known. Called “the greatest battle implement ever devised” by General George S. Patton, it was the standard service issue rifle in World War II, Korea, and to a lesser extent in Vietnam. Every serious collector should have one, but finding a safe, accurate and reliable gun can be difficult.
Guns and Gunsmiths contributing author Paul Smeltzer, owner of Athens Gunsmith Service in Athens Louisiana, has been collecting, rebuilding and restoring M1s for many years. G&G recently had a chance to talk to him about these guns and how to go about adding one to a collection. Continue reading
Here are a few more interesting firearms stories found on the web this week, including one from AGI’s own Lenee Landis, editor of Hot Brass magazine.
Some more interesting firearms stories found on the web this week…
- NSSF calls for boycott of Tito’s vodka brand
- I’m your Huckleberry: Doc Holliday’s gun returning to the town he died in
- MEET THE TEAM CHASING DOWN CHICAGO’S ILLEGAL GUN RUNNERS
- Two Dozen People Accused of Bringing 200 Guns to New York
- 2 Thumbs Down For The Dayton (Fake) Daily News
Here are some more firearms articles found this week on the web…
Here are a few more interesting gun stories found on the internet this week.
Here are some more gun-related articles found on the internet this week.
Here are some more gun-related articles found on the web this week.