Arms & Weapons History
In addition to seeing improvements on older weaponry, warriors and soldiers experienced the creation and the use of many new technologies including explosives, revolvers, and automatic machine guns.
Most all of us know what happened on Dec 7th 1941. Little known or discussed, is what happened to the sunk & destroyed battleships, after Pearl Harbor.
In the 1950s a group of scientists working on robotics research accidentally discovered the principle behind a deadly new weapon that utilized infrasound – sound at such a low frequency that it cannot be heard by...
A guide to choosing the best weapon to use to ward off a large scale zombie invasion. Weapons include short range and long ranged weapons.
Regulations for wear, differences in the styles, and a little history of the US Marine NCO and Officer dress sword.
The Fustibal or Staff Sling was a portable siege weapon of the medieval period. It was portable, easy to make and use. In short is the ultimate weapon for a movable army.
Like the early six-shooters of the Wild West have come to symbolize the romance and violence of the American gunslinger, so too has the elegant curved blade of the Japanese katana become synonymous with the honor and...
An in depth look at the top five deadliest and most spectacular weapons of war. Mankind's imagination never falls short in creating terror. Hope you enjoy.
Pirates go by many different names: buccaneers, corsairs, Vikings, and privateers. Each served a purpose and were active during different eras, yet all had one thing in common, they were Pirates.
When two officers meet on the battle-field, who's sidearm will prevail? The American soldier and his Colt manuafactured M1911 A1, or the Russian officer and his Tokarev TT-33?
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