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  • See the havoc an unarmed people can cause? Imagine that but with American armed citizens. 🏴‍☠️
  • See the havoc an unarmed people can cause? Imagine that but with American armed citizens. 🏴‍☠️

  •  65  2  16 hours ago
  • It’s not fair. All the other countries like Iran and Hong Kong and Chile get boogs but we don’t? Wtf
  • It’s not fair. All the other countries like Iran and Hong Kong and Chile get boogs but we don’t? Wtf

  •  187  1  18 November, 2019
  • Lmao Paul Harrell is a badass
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I have nothing to post please send things
  • Lmao Paul Harrell is a badass

    I have nothing to post please send things

  •  48  4  15 November, 2019
  • It’s fun to act up🤷‍♂️
  • It’s fun to act up🤷‍♂️

  •  63  5  14 November, 2019
  • I forgot who I took this from but...this video...it’s just so loud and chaotic
  • I forgot who I took this from but...this video...it’s just so loud and chaotic

  •  52  1  14 November, 2019
  • Groypers rise up. We’re gonna fix this ourselves.
  • Groypers rise up. We’re gonna fix this ourselves.

  •  55  4  13 November, 2019
  • I’m in a boog mood
  • I’m in a boog mood

  •  71  3  12 November, 2019
  • Taken from @black_pilled and as he said, the memes make themselves. He clearly doesn’t want to be a girl and his parents are making him do this. Transgenderism is a danger to society and is pure mental illness. I’m pissed.
  • Taken from @black_pilled and as he said, the memes make themselves. He clearly doesn’t want to be a girl and his parents are making him do this. Transgenderism is a danger to society and is pure mental illness. I’m pissed.

  •  72  10  11 November, 2019
  • (oc) if you can’t drink coffee black and without any added products, you’re probably a fag enabler
  • (oc) if you can’t drink coffee black and without any added products, you’re probably a fag enabler

  •  37  7  9 November, 2019
  • Pretty cool lil thang for taking out sentries after the larger ice shelter kicks off
  • Pretty cool lil thang for taking out sentries after the larger ice shelter kicks off

  •  99  2  9 November, 2019
  • Based
  • Based

  •  147  7  9 November, 2019
  • YOOOOO
  • YOOOOO

  •  101  10  8 November, 2019
  • The 2A rally actually turned out to be more successful than I thought. These are a couple signs from it lol.
  • The 2A rally actually turned out to be more successful than I thought. These are a couple signs from it lol.

  •  211  5  8 November, 2019
  • Raisin’ hell🏴‍☠️
  • Raisin’ hell🏴‍☠️

  •  121  2  8 November, 2019
  • The Czech KRASA. It was essentially Czechoslovakia’s answer to the AK-74/AK-74U.
  • The Czech KRASA. It was essentially Czechoslovakia’s answer to the AK-74/AK-74U.

  •  117  13  7 November, 2019
  • You guys like gaming?
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I have nothing to post
  • You guys like gaming?

    I have nothing to post

  •  29  3  7 November, 2019
  • Based old man
  • Based old man

  •  123  8  6 November, 2019
  • Let the man have his peace!
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(Kind of oc I just added music over it)
  • Let the man have his peace!

    (Kind of oc I just added music over it)

  •  174  8  4 November, 2019
  • AeStHeTiC
  • AeStHeTiC

  •  95  4  4 November, 2019

Top #ForgottenWeapons Posts

  • Uncommon weapon from WWII. Post 5/5. The Japanese Type A “Grandpa” Nambu pistol. Originally designed in 1902, the Type A Nambu pistol fired the 8mm Nambu round (8 x 22mm) as did all variants of the pistol. This variant however had a shoulder stock similar to the C96 Mauser and P08 Luger pistol where it could be fired from the shoulder rather than with the arm extended. Fewer units were made during wartime as compared to the Type B or Type 14 Nambu. #wwii ww2 #history #historiansunion #guns #forgottenweapons
  • Uncommon weapon from WWII. Post 5/5. The Japanese Type A “Grandpa” Nambu pistol. Originally designed in 1902, the Type A Nambu pistol fired the 8mm Nambu round (8 x 22mm) as did all variants of the pistol. This variant however had a shoulder stock similar to the C96 Mauser and P08 Luger pistol where it could be fired from the shoulder rather than with the arm extended. Fewer units were made during wartime as compared to the Type B or Type 14 Nambu. #wwii ww2 #history #historiansunion #guns #forgottenweapons

  •  4,120  61  22 January, 2018
  • Pictured above is a wonderful Luger P08 pistol, hand engraved as well as being plated silver in gold and silver, it has to be one of the most stunning Luger P08s ever to be seen. The Luger P08 was Germany's main sidearm from 1908-1943 before being replaced by the more modern Walther P-38. It was a very reliable sidearm, being both easy to use and a sturdy piece of weaponry. The Luger P08 was issued to both enlisted men and officers alike. Both factions used it extensively and loved it. It was one of the favorites and preferred weapons among the elite German Sturmtruppen, who needed a reliable and light weapon with lots of stopping power. It quickly became syanamous with the rich and historic German officer corps who they themselves preffered to have a Luger on hand. The Luger P08 was prized and quite sought after by hungry souvenir hunters (the Australians were famous for this during WW1 and the Americans during WW2) during both World Wars due to its reputation and general looks. In 1943, the Luger was replaced by the Walther P-38, a more modern gun that used the latest of German weapons manufacturing technology. Many officers and enlisted men opted to keep their Lugers, which probably had saved their lives on several occasions or were their fathers in the 1st World War. This decreasing amount of Lugers made them even more sought after by Allied troops. After the war, the Luger was officially taken out of German military service. Now it is one of the most syannmous weapons of both world wars. Photo credit to: @illmanneredgunrunner707
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#luger #lugerp08 #battlefield1 #battlefield #ww2 #pistols #guns #museums #history #ww1 #worldwar1 #wwi #worldwar2 #worldwarii #firearms #gunsofinstagram #pistole #gold #silver #engraving #historicalfirearms #forgottenweapons
  • Pictured above is a wonderful Luger P08 pistol, hand engraved as well as being plated silver in gold and silver, it has to be one of the most stunning Luger P08s ever to be seen. The Luger P08 was Germany's main sidearm from 1908-1943 before being replaced by the more modern Walther P-38. It was a very reliable sidearm, being both easy to use and a sturdy piece of weaponry. The Luger P08 was issued to both enlisted men and officers alike. Both factions used it extensively and loved it. It was one of the favorites and preferred weapons among the elite German Sturmtruppen, who needed a reliable and light weapon with lots of stopping power. It quickly became syanamous with the rich and historic German officer corps who they themselves preffered to have a Luger on hand. The Luger P08 was prized and quite sought after by hungry souvenir hunters (the Australians were famous for this during WW1 and the Americans during WW2) during both World Wars due to its reputation and general looks. In 1943, the Luger was replaced by the Walther P-38, a more modern gun that used the latest of German weapons manufacturing technology. Many officers and enlisted men opted to keep their Lugers, which probably had saved their lives on several occasions or were their fathers in the 1st World War. This decreasing amount of Lugers made them even more sought after by Allied troops. After the war, the Luger was officially taken out of German military service. Now it is one of the most syannmous weapons of both world wars. Photo credit to: @illmanneredgunrunner707
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    #luger #lugerp08 #battlefield1 #battlefield #ww2 #pistols #guns #museums #history #ww1 #worldwar1 #wwi #worldwar2 #worldwarii #firearms #gunsofinstagram #pistole #gold #silver #engraving #historicalfirearms #forgottenweapons

  •  7,168  30  10 November, 2018
  • Newest Episode LIVE now (link in bio) Full Auto, Duel Guns, Unusual facts, Hip Fire and Fruit Salad. 🤣 The Gunny and I take on the RARE Owen sub machine gun 💥
  • Newest Episode LIVE now (link in bio) Full Auto, Duel Guns, Unusual facts, Hip Fire and Fruit Salad. 🤣 The Gunny and I take on the RARE Owen sub machine gun 💥

  •  4,775  67  7 February, 2018
  • Look who I Brought to the Range Today! Ian From Forgotten Weapons! 😎🔥⚔️🔥Ian's Holding my RSC Mle 1918 Carbine and I'm Holding my RSC Mle 1917! 🇺🇸🇫🇷🇨🇦We did some Fantastic High Speed Filming and Took some Great Pics! More to Come 😊👍
  • Look who I Brought to the Range Today! Ian From Forgotten Weapons! 😎🔥⚔️🔥Ian's Holding my RSC Mle 1918 Carbine and I'm Holding my RSC Mle 1917! 🇺🇸🇫🇷🇨🇦We did some Fantastic High Speed Filming and Took some Great Pics! More to Come 😊👍

  •  1,186  42  11 August, 2017
  • Do You Want to See a Video of This Rifle Today? 🇸🇪😋🔥⚔️🔥Swedish M94... I Can't Get Over this Beauty! 😍6.5x55.
  • Do You Want to See a Video of This Rifle Today? 🇸🇪😋🔥⚔️🔥Swedish M94... I Can't Get Over this Beauty! 😍6.5x55.

  •  1,544  18  14 August, 2017
  • RSC Mle 1918 🇫🇷 (Carbine) in 8x50mmR Lebel. This was the Carbine/Improved Version of the RSC Mle 1917 French WW1 Self Loading Rifle. Very Few of these Carbines were Made and Even Fewer Survive Today. I am Proud to have it in my Collection. 
My Friend Ian who runs Forgotten Weapons Came Over to do some Filming and Shooting, We ran the 1917 Rifle and 1918 Carbine at the Range and it was a Blast! 
His Disassembly/History Video Will be Posted in September! 
Stay Tuned for More Amazing Content, and if you Have Not Already, Go Ahead and Follow Ian and Myself!
  • RSC Mle 1918 🇫🇷 (Carbine) in 8x50mmR Lebel. This was the Carbine/Improved Version of the RSC Mle 1917 French WW1 Self Loading Rifle. Very Few of these Carbines were Made and Even Fewer Survive Today. I am Proud to have it in my Collection.
    My Friend Ian who runs Forgotten Weapons Came Over to do some Filming and Shooting, We ran the 1917 Rifle and 1918 Carbine at the Range and it was a Blast!
    His Disassembly/History Video Will be Posted in September!
    Stay Tuned for More Amazing Content, and if you Have Not Already, Go Ahead and Follow Ian and Myself!

  •  1,877  28  22 August, 2017
  • Guess the Gun... Hint: It is so rare even EA didn't include it in Battlefield 1 😂⚔️I suspect mine is the only one in private hands on earth.
  • Guess the Gun... Hint: It is so rare even EA didn't include it in Battlefield 1 😂⚔️I suspect mine is the only one in private hands on earth.

  •  1,735  100  4 December, 2017
  • The rifle from yesterday's guessing game... the 🇫🇷Meunier A6 (STA No.8) semi automatic high velocity small bore (7mm) rifle. To keep things simple, it was originally intended to replace the Lebel 1886 M93 in 1910, and developed in the 1890's. (Yes... 1890's, and most armies couldn't even figure out a decent semi auto during WW2, let alone before WW1. The French deserve so much more credit than they get.) Due to the outbreak of WW1 in 1914, the rifle development was put on hold and the Lebel 1886 M93 remained the standard service rifle. In 1916, the French saw the definitive need for a self loading rifle and pulled this design back into production, manufacturing 1013 of them by July 1917. This one is serial number 1012. To keep things short, it was an exceptional rifle but ammunition shortages, cost and its complexity led to the adoption of the RSC Mle 1917 in favour of the Meunier. Most Meuniers were either lost to combat or destroyed, so very few survive today. Many that survived WW1 were likely destroyed during WW2. A few exist in museums such as "Les Invalides" and "St. Etienne" in France, but I believe mine to be the only one in private hands. If any of you know where to find even a single round of ammo, please DM me. (7x57 Meunier.) No... it has absolutely nothing to do with the SKS for all of you that guessed yesterday 😂This was the first field deployed self loading rifle en mass during WW1.
  • The rifle from yesterday's guessing game... the 🇫🇷Meunier A6 (STA No.8) semi automatic high velocity small bore (7mm) rifle. To keep things simple, it was originally intended to replace the Lebel 1886 M93 in 1910, and developed in the 1890's. (Yes... 1890's, and most armies couldn't even figure out a decent semi auto during WW2, let alone before WW1. The French deserve so much more credit than they get.) Due to the outbreak of WW1 in 1914, the rifle development was put on hold and the Lebel 1886 M93 remained the standard service rifle. In 1916, the French saw the definitive need for a self loading rifle and pulled this design back into production, manufacturing 1013 of them by July 1917. This one is serial number 1012. To keep things short, it was an exceptional rifle but ammunition shortages, cost and its complexity led to the adoption of the RSC Mle 1917 in favour of the Meunier. Most Meuniers were either lost to combat or destroyed, so very few survive today. Many that survived WW1 were likely destroyed during WW2. A few exist in museums such as "Les Invalides" and "St. Etienne" in France, but I believe mine to be the only one in private hands. If any of you know where to find even a single round of ammo, please DM me. (7x57 Meunier.) No... it has absolutely nothing to do with the SKS for all of you that guessed yesterday 😂This was the first field deployed self loading rifle en mass during WW1.

  •  1,113  35  5 December, 2017