One Shot One Kill

One Shot, One Kill

A decent essay on the subject.

Check out my offering, Urban Guerilla Sniping v3.0

The bottom line is that this is no longer leisure reading for the Tactical Golfer.

Some seriously nasty Ungentlemanly Warfare is coming our way.

Prepare Accordingly.


Historical Movies Worth A Damn: The Wind That Shakes the Barley

Any Martial Citizen worth his salt should own a book or two on the Irish Struggle for Independence against the British Empire, also know as “The Troubles”.

When it comes to this topic and Guerilla Warfare as a whole, few movies are as historically accurate and as well made as The Wind that Shakes the Barley. It stars Cillian Murphy of Peaky Blinders fame and is directed by Ken Loach.

The story is exemplary in showing the hardships and terror the common Irish citizen suffered under the Black and Tan’s and how the early IRA trained and operated. The movie also goes into detail about the Irish Civil War that came about after the Anglo-Irish Peace Treaty with Great Britain was signed in 1921.

You can watch it for free HERE and as always, I recommend you download a free ad/pop-up blocker such as UBLOCK Origin before viewing.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!


Lessons From The Irish Nationalists

The Three Links to the articles over at Identity Dixie are a Superb Read.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!


Loyalist made .45 submachine gun

From the time of “The Troubles”, an Improvised M3 Grease Gun Clone.

Impro Guns

Photo: Joel Goodman

A .45 homemade submachine gun made by Ulster loyalist paramilitaries held in a Greater Manchester police armoury. It appears to use an M3 Grease Gun magazine.

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Military History In Pictures: IRA Snipers and The Troubles


British troops in Northern Ireland Engaging IRA Snipers, 1971

British troops in Northern Ireland Engaging IRA Snipers, 1971


See the Original at Forgotten Weapons