The year was 1917, and in Ilion, N.Y., there was rejoicing. A detailed arms trial was planned for a new pistol that John D. Pedersen had designed for Remington—a semi-automatic .45 that Remington hoped might be considered as a replacement for the issued Colt Model 1911.
Five Sullivans and four Nilands—“must” reading, and not only on Veterans Day.
Frank Miniter interviews Navy SEAL Brandon Webb on his hot new book, The Killing School.
If media really mattered, Media Matters wouldn’t twist the words and intentions of a veteran U.S. Navy SEAL to promote their gun-control agenda.