Did they reduce the diameter of the receiver ring as well?
About $400 a pop for 105mm
Reports published by NAVSEA on tube life.
Unfortunately, like most Congressional inquiries important information is left out when the political...
Pattern 14 = .303 British
M1917 = .30-06
The differences are not obvious on the outside.
Pawn brokers are required to have a Class 2 FFL if they deal in firearms. A Class 2 is the same as a Class 1, but also allows receiving and...
As did General Motors, who also made airplanes, propellers, tanks, and artillery.
And . . .
Ford made aircraft
Waltham and Elgin made fuses,...
Not true, the SKS and the AL-47 were design when the Soviets were still using brass. They didn't go full steel until the mid-1950s.
1. During the entire Lightweight Rifle Program, which included the T25, T44, T47 and T48, and eventually yielded the M14 and M14A1, the required...
Well, in a way the 1934 Act did ban stuff.
1) In 1934 $200 was about a third of the annual salary of a factory worker, and about 25% of a well...
The term is used in that context in small arms aw s well....
'the bullet had a 7 caliber ogive...'
You will be pleasantly surprised how many "foreign" handguns are actually made (or at least assembled to US made frames) in the USA.
Twenty-nine or thirty . . .
Yeah, but with a locked slide you can run 147 grain HPs at 900 fps . . . and your wimpy stuff.
Something with a metal frame so you can do this (see below), note the slide lock. Makes for a much quieter gun.
At least not recently...
Model 39 ASP....?
Ahhh, the little known M30 Willie-Pete 3.5 in Bazooka rounds . . . Bet you thought that was just Hollywood.
Check your local laws . . . rules vary.
The theme is things that go "BANG!" . . .
Seeing as this is 1954, I would say the "gun" I want would be Gun, Anti-Tank, 90mm, M36, preferably mounted in a Tank, Full Track, 90mm, M47.
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