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Minenwerfer

March 13, 2014 Ian McCollum 44

I’m on the road today, and don’t have a proper post ready – sorry! I’ve been hanging out with some folks into artillery, so I will distract you from the lack of content with a […]

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Need a Gunsmithing Project?

May 14, 2013 Ian McCollum 19

As you may have noticed, Defense Distributed has been in the news quite a bit in the last few days since the State Department decided that their posting of single-shot pistol plans violates ITAR regulations. […]

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Vintage Saturday: Stinkin’ Badges

March 16, 2013 Ian McCollum 21

Published in Osprey’s “The Mexican Revolution 1910-20” book, this photo postcard shows a very rare Hotchkiss 37mm automatic cannon. It was designed to compete with the Vickers Pom-Pom, and apparently was only bought in small […]

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Automatic cannon in the news

April 10, 2012 Ian McCollum 1

A couple piece of cannon news for you today, from fellow bloggers…   Nic at The Rogue Adventurer has an interesting post on a Romanian AA cannon found being used in Libya. While it looks […]