On my trip through the mid-west I had an opportunity to look at a 1867-77 Peabody rifle. The movie will be completed so as well as the one at Forgotten Weapons. Here are some of the still pictures that I took of this beautiful rifle.
The side of the receiver.
A series of […]
Today’s post is going back to the Gardner Gun. These are a series of manuals for both the Pratt& Whitney and the British/Dutch manuals.
Pratt & Whitney Gardner Gun Manual
Dutch Gardner manuals
British Gardner manual (b/w)
British 2-barrel Gardner manuals (1886 & 1894)
British 1-barrel and 5-barrel Gardner manuals
On my trip through the mid-west I had a great opportunity to look at a number of great gun collections. At one of the stops I had a chance to come across a unique Spanish pistol. The pistol is not the unique part but the magazine is. It is a double column magazine that was […]
I just received an e-mail from a friend in southern Arizona concerning the Vulcan V18. You have seen my write up in a past post and Ian’s post on the Vulcan V18 so you know what we this of this piece of cr@p. Really it is truly junk. Well the good news is that it […]
In this post we will start with the making of a miniature Gardner Gun. The very first step that Joe did was to find someone with a Gardner Gun that would allow him to study and measure it. That was no easy task but one that he prevailed at. Joe spent a number of months […]
This one that my son received. It is such a useful item that I just had to post it.
Not only is it a fork for Bar-B-Qing but now you can do it at night.
Be sure to check out the warning on the box.
To aide in the bar-b0q experience there is also a […]