Army M14 Rifle Training Films from the '60s (VIDEO)

God I love these old videos. It makes me want to convert my bedroom to a woodshop and just sleep in the snowdrifts of sawdust.

Then I’ll turn my kitchen into a forge for making knives and hatchets and barrels, and instead of food I’ll just eat ingots.

Because that’s how men were men when these were made. All covered in grease and sawdust, with a belly full of steel chips. And when they decided it was time to get married, they just ate their fat carpentry pencils and shat perfect diamond rings.

Ah, the ’60’s.

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