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Firearm Maintenance: Single Action Revolver Dissassembly Part 1/4

Firearm Maintenance: Single Action Revolver Dissassembly Part 1/4

Single action revolvers have Played an important role in American history since the days of Samuel Colt They’ve been used by the military Law enforcement and countless Sportsmen beginning in the 1800s And continuing to the present day In this series of videos we’ll show You how to disassemble clean Lubricate and reassemble your Single action revolver Before working on…

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The Best Concealed Carry Holster | Episode #16

The Best Concealed Carry Holster  | Episode #16

Alright, one of the biggest things our students ask us is which holster should I get? People come to class and they have holsters that are horrendous and we won’t even let them use them because they are dangerous. Because they are not for their gun. They picked it up at a gun show and it just looked cool and…

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1938 Swedish Army Trials Luger

1938 Swedish Army Trials Luger

Hi guys, thanks for tuning in to another video on ForgottenWeapons.com. I’m Ian McCollum, and I’m here today at the Rock Island Auction Company taking a look at a Swedish test Luger. Now Sweden tested the Luger in, like, 1904, along with pretty much every other interesting and potentially viable semi-auto pistol that was out there on the market. They…

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How to Safely Unload a Pistol | Episode #10

How to Safely Unload a Pistol | Episode #10

There’s a very good reason that we gotta get the magazine out of the gun first. You don’t get the magazine out, it’s going to do what it’s supposed to do…. Illinois Carry Trainer dot com Gun is loaded. How do you unload it? Something Sang, I, and other instructors see constantly is extremely unsafe gun handling. At a gun…

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