Admiral Yamamoto infamously said "You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a man with a rifle behind every blade of grass."
And so it should be, a nation of riflemen....
Yep, JMB had a couple of guns in that top 10!
Beautiful photos. Thanks for the link!
The first pistol I ever fired was my Dad's GI 1911. It was loose and rattly, but it went BANG! every time.I'd still have it, but I left it with Dad when I moved out here to Kalifornia. My left-wing, tree-hugging sister GAVE it to the police after Dad passed away because "Only the police and the Army should have guns!".DUH!I always figured if a 1911 was good enough to keep my Dad alive in the South Pacific during WWII, it was plenty good enough for me!
I have a '43 1911A1 that rattles a bit but runs nonstop.
Keep it civil, please....