Weaponry

THE SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 9MM OPERATOR MODEL 1911

Article by Nick Jacobellis                                                               In a day and age when striker-fired pistols reign supreme, you may wonder why I just purchased a Springfield Armory 9mm Operator Model 1911. Even though the 1911 is now 113 years old, I still have a profound respect for this very iconic design. My admiration for the S/A …

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The U.S. 37-MM Gun in World War II By Charles C. Roberts Jr.

     Charles Roberts work on the development and employment of the 37mm cannon by the United States is a straightforward and informative examination of the weapon in a variety of roles to include anti-tank support for infantry, armament for tracked vehicles, and its use in unarmored vehicles, waterborne craft, and airplanes. The book is very …

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THE 9MM MOSSBERG MC2 COMPACT PISTOL & THE MOSSBERG MC2SC SUB COMPACT

BY: NICK JACOBELLIS It is a very well-known fact, that Mossberg manufactures outstanding military/police and sporting shotguns, as well as a line of rifles that are worth owning. When I first heard that Mossberg was producing 9mm pistols, I was curious if these semi auto handguns were just as well made and reliable as the other firearms that …

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Best Thermal Scopes: Reviews and Buyer’s Guide

Thermal scopes utilize heat signature imaging technology, allowing you to target in low lighting conditions and at night. Although this thermal technology was initially for the military, thermal scopes are now easily accessible to hobbyists and nighttime hunters, though they are quite expensive, with the average price ranging between $100 and $5000 and above. Below …

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