The home was gifted to amputee Kirstie Ennis by Building Homes for Heroes, a non-profit which has, to date, provided homes to more than 100 U.S. veterans.
Miles from TFB-TV goes out after dark to bask in the bright green glow emanating from the tube of a vintage AN/PVS-2 night vision sight.
In conjunction with Armament Research Services, Ian McCollum from Forgotten Weapons made his way into the Royal Armouries to visit a few of the sneaky sentry snipers.
The increasingly popular niche that is anti-drone warfare has Ohio-based Battelle issuing a redesign of their Drone Defender directed-energy weapon.
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley went on record vouching for the service’s new Modular Handgun System and downplayed controversy over its civilian base model.
Odds are, you may know of the legendary Finnish KP/-31, and Ian with Forgotten Weapons not only has one of those but doubles down with a Swede M-37/39 because he’s like that.
While 643,726 firearms were handed over in Australia in 1996, the guns turned in this time around are fewer– and some aren’t even guns at all.
For the last three years, Canadian fisherman Jonathan Fraser has been rescuing unwanted guns from destruction by exchanging them for gift cards and fresh lobster.
The military is introducing troops from various units and branches to the new XM17 Modular Handgun System contract winner.
The reenactment, which was first done in 2014, is described as an “amazing battle with cannons roaring, horses galloping, and the clash of arms.”