Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Miami_JBT, Jan 5, 2021.
You have to figure that with “toxic” right there in the name it would be.
And the Man himself holding his creation;
Winchester/USRAC may have used the advertising tag line “An American Legend” to describe their wares... but I think they were secretly talking about John Moses myself...
How 'bout that *ejector*?
Heritage should take note for the BarKeep.
Handy isn't it, with its own little pocket?
These aren’t the most vintage advertisements, but the company that produced the firearms is as vintage as it gets!
Almost sounds like the name of a B movie...
Great song potential... "Who ya going to call... BIRD BUSTERS...I ain't fraid of no birds... BIRD BUSTERS........ Bird busting makes me feel good".
Ad dates about 1876
The Creedmoor long range matches were a big deal, with international teams competing. The first was vs. the Irish team at 800, 900, and a 1000 yards, over 1/2 mile. The US team won by one point.
Believe it or not, they were held in Queens, NYC. The course was built by the NRA with funds provided by NYS. The site is now the grounds of a state psychiatric hospital, with the same name.
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