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History Channel show on right now about guns... Modern Marvels

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by number6, Aug 19, 2003.

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  1. number6

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    Show is detailing Luger .45's, Colt's 1897 single shot, etc. Very cool program!
     
  2. cma g21

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    Thanks
     
  3. DragonRider

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    been watching it! :D

    John

    May have to get a revolver finally.....
     
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    "Even the .44 Magnum doesn't equal the punch that the Colt Walker delivered in 1847" or something to that effect. :rolleyes:
     
  5. number6

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    I'm glad you guys were able to see it. I enjoyed it too.
     
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    444, I just made a post about that in the revolver forum.

    Supposed to be a show on about "gunfigher" guns after this.
     
  7. number6

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    Kudos to The History Channel for their two programs on tonight's program -- Modern Marvels. Chalk one up for gun owners/enthusiasts.
     
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    With all my THR buddies I'll never miss a gun related show!:D
     
  9. JohnBT

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    I'm really looking forward to watching them tonight - on tape and without interruptions. I was busy last night watching the World Series of Poker on ESPN and checking out Shania's show during the commercials.

    John
     
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