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By Dan Shideler

Provides articles on assorted gun types and components, and offers descriptions and costs for the most recent household and imported guns.

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One of my 9mm doubles has an underlever action. 22 hammerless Cape Gun that had the typical box lock action with lever on top of receiver. It was fully engraved. The owner was not interested in selling. Believe me, I tried. One of the most interesting 9mm garden guns guns I have seen was the Carabine Buffalo. This was made at St. Etienne, France, in the early 20th century. 22 over/under. The barrel is a solid piece with two bores drilled through. The muzzle is oval shaped and the gun has a unique bolt action design.

THE MODEL 1917 HAND EJECTOR Smith & Wesson’s Model 1917 revolver can perhaps best be described as an expedient that actually worked. When President Woodrow Wilson addressed Congress on April 2, 1917, requesting a declaration of war against Germany, the official side arm of the United States Military was the semiautomatic Colt Model 1911 pistol. Much like their Commonwealth allies, American forces were faced with a severe shortage of handguns as they entered the conflict. Furthermore, the Colt factory was unable to produce Model 1911s in anywhere near the numbers sought by the military.

However, this was the first time in untold years that they have actually been fired. Shooting the old Smiths was both enjoyable and enlightening. The experience also evoked a sense of personal connection with the Allied soldiers who fought, and in too many cases, made the ultimate sacrifice during the Great War. Their range session finished, the three World War I veterans were packed up to be taken home, given a good cleaning and put away. Most assuredly they will not be forgotten, nor will the generation of young men who carried them.

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