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Brief history of the US military Springfield Armory Trapdoor single shot rifle of the Indian Wars era, along with a rare Officers Model example originally owned by George Wingate. A Treasure Gun from the NRA National Firearms Museum. See more at http://NRAmuseum.com. Narrated by Jim Supica.
This is the final episode of "The Guns of 1873" series. This episode focuses on the 1873 Trapdoor Springfield carbine and the .45-70 cartridge. The .45-70 trapdoor was used for 20 years, and was in a number of famous campaigns including Custer's Last Stand at the Little Bighorn.
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The Springfield Armory produced around 700,000 trapdoor rifles from 1866 to 1892. In this video Larry Potterfield, CEO and Founder of MidwayUSA, takes a look at the Springfield Model 1873 Rifle chambered in the historic 45-70 government. From the ladder style rear sight to the typical straight grip stock, all of the features of this interesting firearm are examined.
DOWNLOAD: http://www.mediafire.com/?ddytjfnhfmy The hit single by PTDS. Honestly, this is just my friends and I having some dumb fun with a condenser mic that I barely know how to use, and some silly lines about girls who are teases, which is why we need MackAssurance (play on MaxAssurance from OfficeMax where I used to be employed), to keep our mack game proper when we're denied...along with the Flashing Lights instrumental by Kanye. I'm P. Race by the way. LYRICS: Hilldawg (Through a phone) - HP's got a riddle that needs to be solved he's gotta find the treasure without getting mauled his life gets really tricky he gets in lots of trouble like a dino in a zoo T Thom - Harry Potter weekend invited to your house but girl, I want to cast leviosa on your blouse ...
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Video caricato da Samsung Intelli-Studio- rennyer xbox 360 ITA -Save Floyd, go inside the mine and open the crate. Exit the mine.REWARD: SPRINGFIELD RIFLE , treasure hunter outfit scrap -watch legendary Marston start of mission !!
Stored on a shelf for over 100 hundred years, a rare anthropological treasure was recently discovered in the Springfield Science Museum's permanent collections. Originally cataloged as an "Aleutian hat," the artifact had been preserved in museum collections for over a century before being identified last month as a war helmet from the Tlingit people of Alaska. Beautifully carved and with much of the original paint still visible, the helmet is one of a relatively small number in existence worldwide. Dave Stier, Director of the Springfield Science Museum, and Dr. Ellen Savulis, Curator of Anthropology, Springfield Science Museum explain more about this exciting discovery.
USMC sniper Maj. Jim Land and Ronnie Barrett of Barrett Firearms present examples of Marine sniper rifles, including the Winchester Model 70 in .30-06, Remington M40 in 7.62 Nato, Remington M40A1, Barrett M82A1 in .50 BMG . Treasure Guns from the NRA National Firearms Museum. See more at http://NRAmuseum.com. Narrated by Jim Land, Ronnie Barrett, and Doug Wicklund.
Col. Oliver North presents a rare early "NRA" 1911 Springfield Armory .45 acp pistol., fewer than 200 made. A Treasure Gun from the NRA National Firearms Museum. See more at http://NRAmuseum.com. Narrated by Oliver North and Doug Wicklund.