Gunsmith: History, Why and How!
Dane… “The Gunmetal Armory” Audio player provided!
Whats up team Gunmetal! On this episode of the Gunmetal Armory, we are going to discuss the history of gunsmithing, what was needed to be a gunsmith throughout history, what is needed today, and how to work on specific parts of popular guns. But first, as always, we will discuss the product pick of the week, which may be something from the team at LA Police Gear, or perhaps another company… we shall see. I like to keep you guys and gals in suspense. Read more “Gunsmith: History, Why and How!”
Learn Your Country’s History
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below!
History reports that George Santayana once famously quoted, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” A very famous line that we are seeing applies more and more these days. Mark Twain also famously commented on this same quote when he said, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” This week we will be talking about learning history, more specifically learning the history of your country. Be it US, Russian, Chinese, British, Japanese, French, German, etc. It is your obligation as a citizen to know your countries history and what did or did not take place. Winston Churchill once said that, “history is written by the victors.” Read more “Learn Your Country’s History!”
EDC, Then and Now, What did our soldiers carry?
Highlander “Tech Preps”
Have you ever thought of technology and how it came about? Let us define technology, it is not just computers and gadget, technology is manmade devices, objects, tools that are designed to aid in man’s work, pleasure, and over all progress. In this episode of Tech Preps I will talk about preps from the medieval days till current. I will go over various periods in Human history and what those people carried during Read more “EDC, Then and Now, What did soldiers carry?”
Bartering history and present day!
James Walton “I Am Liberty”
The history of bartering dates all the way back to 6000 BC. Introduced by Mesopotamia tribes, bartering was adopted by Phoenicians. Phoenicians bartered goods to those located in various other cities across oceans. Babylonian’s also developed an improved bartering system. Goods were exchanged for food, tea, weapons, and spices. At times, human skulls were used as well. Salt was another popular item exchanged. Salt was so valuable that Roman soldiers’ salaries were paid with it. In the Middle Ages, Europeans traveled around the globe to barter crafts and furs in exchange for silks and perfumes. Colonial Americans exchanged musket balls, deer skins, and wheat. When money was invented, bartering did not end, it became more organized. Read more “Bartering history and present day!”