Know Your Weapons: The Luty 9mm SMG

The Legacy of Philip Luty Lives on.

Prepare Accordingly and Arm Yourself. (Schematics in Link above)

 

5 Of The Most Brutal Tactics in the History of Warfare

5 Of The Most Brutal Tactics in the History of Warfare

 

Very interesting piece about the tactics of the Roman cohort, to include their footwear.

Never underestimate how useful and practical a good pair of boots are!

I have always worn mid-ankle type boots year around versus athletic shoes for this very reason.

Prepare Accordingly.

 

Revisiting the Yeakey Murder in Light of Re-Written History

Stand Up to the Rising of the Tide.

Open Air Insane Asylum

First off, let’s get one thing out of the way: I love America.

What I do not love is the illegitimate globalist regime that is currently running America. The world has never seen a more evil, destructive, anti-White government. America makes J-Weimar look like child’s play with its constant, ruthless attack on decent White citizens. It is hard to put a starting date on the infiltration and subversion; our mortal enemies played the long game – we were incredibly naïve – and these lizards marched slowly through every one of the institutions our ancestors built for themselves and their posterity. It’s too much to summarize here, but the main character in my best-selling novel Dogs of the Oligarchs investigated many of the concrete, provable actions taken by infiltrators to subvert a once-great American Christian nation and convert it into today’s Woke, globalist hell-hole.

FYI, the two bad reviews of the…

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Know Your History: Coal Miner’s Revolt, The Battle of Blair Mountain

Coal Miners Revolt: The Battle of Blair Mountain

 

One of the greatest examples in the 20th century of how a well armed and willing populace can hold their own against a well organized larger armed force.

Take Notes and Prepare Accordingly.

History is circling around yet again.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

 

The 5cm Granatwerfer 36

Know Your Obscure WW2 Weapons:

Weapons and Warfare

Diagram of German M19 5cm automatic mortar as sited in the Channel Islands and at points on the Atlantic Wall.

From the very start of the war, the German Army placed a great deal of store in mortars of various calibres and deployed them to every theatre of war, from North Africa to the Balkans and north-west Europe. The lightest calibre mortar produced expressly for the German Army was the 5cm leichte Granatwerfer 36 (leGrW36), which had a weight in action of 30.9lbs, considerably heavier than anything used by the Allied armies. Despite this it fired a HE bomb of just under 2lbs in weight, which was less than the weight of the bombs fired by the British 2in mortar or the Japanese Model Type 98 of comparable calibre. At the start of the war, the leGrW36 was standard equipment with every platoon within an infantry regiment of the German…

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