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The Lee–Enfield bolt-action, magazine-fed, repeating rifle was the main firearm used by the military forces of the British Empire and Commonwealth during the first half of the 20th century. It was the British Army's standard rifle from its official adoption in 1895 until 1957

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The Lee–Enfield bolt-action, magazine-fed, repeating rifle was the main firearm used by the military forces of the British Empire and Commonwealth during the first half of the 20th century. It was the British Army's standard rifle from its official adoption in 1895 until 1957

Bittner Lever Action Repeating Pistol circa 1893

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Bittner Lever Action Repeating Pistol circa 1893

The DC-15A blaster rifle was one of the standard issue weapons for clone troopers. While the use of blasters allowed a clone trooper to carry significantly more ammunition (500 shots) than a projectile weapon, the DC-15A was a heavy 9.5 pounds, and despite the weapon's size, it was not a true dedicated repeating blaster rifle; the inherent instability of plasma gas in the blasters reduced the weapon's accuracy under sustained fire. Even so, it was a very powerful weapon.

The DC-15A blaster rifle was one of the standard issue weapons for clone troopers. While the use of blasters allowed a clone trooper to carry significantly more ammunition (500 shots) than a projectile weapon, the DC-15A was a heavy 9.5 pounds, and despite the weapon's size, it was not a true dedicated repeating blaster rifle; the inherent instability of plasma gas in the blasters reduced the weapon's accuracy under sustained fire. Even so, it was a very powerful weapon.

Here is a collection of gun safety rules that all gun users should follow.

Here is a collection of gun safety rules that all gun users should follow.

If you are in a circle of prominent ABS members and the name *James Rodebaugh, MS* comes up, all heads nod in agreement. He's GOOD! . L@@K at the bronze, the steel, the mammoth and the filework. Then look at his sheath. Then repeat after me: "Wow. He's GOOD!" #jamesrodebaugh

If you are in a circle of prominent ABS members and the name *James Rodebaugh, MS* comes up, all heads nod in agreement. He's GOOD! . L@@K at the bronze, the steel, the mammoth and the filework. Then look at his sheath. Then repeat after me: "Wow. He's GOOD!" #jamesrodebaugh

The Winchester Model 1897, also known as the Model 97, M97, or Trench Gun, was a pump-action shotgun with an external hammer and tube magazine manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. The Model 1897 was an evolution of the Winchester Model 1893 designed by John Browning. From 1897 until 1957, over one million of these shotguns were produced. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The Winchester Model 1897, also known as the Model 97, M97, or Trench Gun, was a pump-action shotgun with an external hammer and tube magazine manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. The Model 1897 was an evolution of the Winchester Model 1893 designed by John Browning. From 1897 until 1957, over one million of these shotguns were produced. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

www.pinterest.com/1895gunner/  Spencer repeating rifles were designed in 1860 and saw some civil war action. The smaller carbine as we see in this illustration, was a popular gun in the early west. The original design was completed by Christopher Spencer in 1860, and was for a magazine-fed, lever-operated rifle chambered for the .56-56 Spencer rimfire cartridge. The pictured carbine was shorter and used a 56-50 caliber copper cased rimfire cartridge that was usually headstamped.

www.pinterest.com/1895gunner/ Spencer repeating rifles were designed in 1860 and saw some civil war action. The smaller carbine as we see in this illustration, was a popular gun in the early west. The original design was completed by Christopher Spencer in 1860, and was for a magazine-fed, lever-operated rifle chambered for the .56-56 Spencer rimfire cartridge. The pictured carbine was shorter and used a 56-50 caliber copper cased rimfire cartridge that was usually headstamped.

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