Monday, March 31, 2014

Another couple shots of my all matching Japanese last ditch Type 99 10th series manufactured by Nagoya.

Sunday, March 30, 2014
My latest addition to the family, an all matching Japanese last ditch Type 99 10th series manufactured by Nagoya. Snapped it up at a gun show today for the low price of $150.

My latest addition to the family, an all matching Japanese last ditch Type 99 10th series manufactured by Nagoya. Snapped it up at a gun show today for the low price of $150.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014
artworkwithguns:

American Gothic by Grant Wood

artworkwithguns:

American Gothic by Grant Wood

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
diseasedweasel:


panzergrenadierphotography:

M1 Garand

Don’t put that thing in the snow. I know it can probably handle it, but it just doesn’t feel right.


Since there’s been a fuckload of people responding to this: I’d like to publicly deny the rumors that I have mistreated my M1 in any way. It’s just laying down in the snow, people. I even field stripped it to make sure I got all the melted snow that might have gotten in the insides.

diseasedweasel:

panzergrenadierphotography:

M1 Garand

Don’t put that thing in the snow. I know it can probably handle it, but it just doesn’t feel right.

Since there’s been a fuckload of people responding to this: I’d like to publicly deny the rumors that I have mistreated my M1 in any way. It’s just laying down in the snow, people. I even field stripped it to make sure I got all the melted snow that might have gotten in the insides.

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Some may question my sanity for making these. Some may be justified to question. A few of the shops I’ve done of whiskeyandspentbrass during ATF/trip circlejerk threads on /k/.

Friday, December 27, 2013
Normally not much of a vodka drinker, I thought a bottle of Stolichnaya would be an appropriate way to pay tribute to the creator of the AK47 and veteran of the Second World War, Mikhail Kalashnikov.

Normally not much of a vodka drinker, I thought a bottle of Stolichnaya would be an appropriate way to pay tribute to the creator of the AK47 and veteran of the Second World War, Mikhail Kalashnikov.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Finally going to check a book I’ve been wanting to read for a long long time off the reading list soon. “Parachute Infantry” by David Kenyon Webster was a book written by a man who served in the famed “Band of Brothers” during WWII. His book was heavily referenced during the making of the HBO miniseries. Also included is an M1 Garand, ammo, spent 30-06 casings, 101st Airborne patch, MkII fragmentation grenade w/ M1A2 grenade launching adapter, and converted M1 bayonet.

Finally going to check a book I’ve been wanting to read for a long long time off the reading list soon. “Parachute Infantry” by David Kenyon Webster was a book written by a man who served in the famed “Band of Brothers” during WWII. His book was heavily referenced during the making of the HBO miniseries. Also included is an M1 Garand, ammo, spent 30-06 casings, 101st Airborne patch, MkII fragmentation grenade w/ M1A2 grenade launching adapter, and converted M1 bayonet.

Saturday, December 7, 2013 Wednesday, October 30, 2013
nihilismparadox:

projectwk:

ahhh i love having this in my hosue

.308?

No. The overwhelming majority of M1 Garands are chambered in .30-06. Only the Navy used Garands chambered in 7.62 NATO (rechambered in the early 1960’s from 30-06 to conform to the new standardized NATO round), and even then only in somewhat limited quantities before being fully replaced by the M14.

nihilismparadox:

projectwk:

ahhh i love having this in my hosue

.308?

No. The overwhelming majority of M1 Garands are chambered in .30-06. Only the Navy used Garands chambered in 7.62 NATO (rechambered in the early 1960’s from 30-06 to conform to the new standardized NATO round), and even then only in somewhat limited quantities before being fully replaced by the M14.

(Source: panzergrenadierphotography)