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X-Rail shotgun, guns, weapons, self defense, protection, protect, knifes, concealed, 2nd amendment, america, 'merica, firearms, caliber, ammo, shells, ammunition, bore, bullets, munitions #guns #weapons

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Custom Mossberg 500 Build

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French M.A.S. 36 C.R.39 Paratrooper rifle with underfolding stock in 7.5X54mm.

French M.A.S. 36 C.R.39 Paratrooper rifle with underfolding stock in 7.5X54mm.

The French Model 24/29, better known as the Chatellerault after the place of manufacture was roughly based on the design of the Browning Automatic Rifle, and saw extensive use with the French military from its adoption in the 1920s through the Algerian War of Independence 4 decades later.

The French Model 24/29, better known as the Chatellerault after the place of manufacture was roughly based on the design of the Browning Automatic Rifle, and saw extensive use with the French military from its adoption in the 1920s through the Algerian War of Independence 4 decades later.

Sten MK.V Submachine Gun - Former Canadian Forces Firearm but loose the fore grip and hold the magazine! Bam

Sten MK.V Submachine Gun - Former Canadian Forces Firearm but loose the fore grip and hold the magazine! Bam

WWII Sterling (Sterling Armaments Company) Mk.4 SMG 9mm L2A3 (UK). It was first used in combat by Airborne Troops at Arnhem and elsewhere, where it was known as the Patchett submachine gun, after its designer, George William Patchett. It is notable for having being used by both Argentinian and British Special Forces during the Falklands War. And the Sterling is still going strong in many countries today.

WWII Sterling (Sterling Armaments Company) Mk.4 SMG 9mm L2A3 (UK). It was first used in combat by Airborne Troops at Arnhem and elsewhere, where it was known as the Patchett submachine gun, after its designer, George William Patchett. It is notable for having being used by both Argentinian and British Special Forces during the Falklands War. And the Sterling is still going strong in many countries today.