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D-Day Guns and History
On the 76th anniversary of D-Day, we take a look at the small arms used on both sides during the invasion, guns in D-Day movies and video games, plus 2 stateside D-Day museums, and U.S. vs. German artillery and tanks.
Movie Misfires: Invasion U.S.A. (1985)
Chuck Norris doesn’t shoot Micro Uzis, they simply do his bidding.
Movie Misfires: Assassins (1995)
Does this action flick about hitmen, suppressed pistols, and floppy disks hold up to scrutiny and the passage of 25 years?
John Wick’s Bulletproof Suits
Can you get one of the super assassin’s tactical-but-fashionable outfits in real life? Almost...
Springfield Drops New SAINT Victor .308 Pistol
The compact firearm has a number of features to mitigate recoil in a small 28-inch overall package.
Heckler & Koch VP70: The First Polymer-Framed Handgun
This striker-fired, blowback handgun, introduced in 1973, was way ahead of its time.
Movie Misfires: Rambo: Last Blood (2019)
Did the last installment in the Rambo series get the guns right, or was it way over the top?
The Colt Revolver for Pilots that Fired Plaster Bullets
This unique revolver was made in response to a rash of commercial airplane hijackings in the 1970s.
The Guns of John M. Browning
He was to firearms what Mozart was to music.
Movie Misfires: Bad Boys for Life (2020)
There’s a lot of action...and a lot of gunfire...yep.