A reader shares his prized, and classically American, handgun
With a 111-foot barrel, it fired a 234-pound projectile at 5,400 fps.
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World War II was won by soldiers and sailors who got no medals, won no glory, and received no thanks. What they did produced a masterpiece.
A reader shares his World War I era handgun
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