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Perhaps the single greatest tool in the Marine Corps has a blade—a rotor blade.
While it may look like an M14, Italy’s first 7.62 NATO-chambered Beretta BM59 had a genesis of its own.
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Created in response to a possible military contract, the Commander-size 1911 found a home on the civilian market and continues to be popular to this day.
If anyone ever deserved the wallet from the film “Pulp Fiction,” it would be Tony Poe, who spent decades working as an operative for the Central Intelligence Agency.
While it may look like an M14, Italy’s first 7.62 NATO-chambered Beretta BM59 battle rifle had a genesis of its own.
Firearm enthusiasts and shooters have a lot to think about these days. An uncertain political climate and the current economic crisis continue to spark record sales of guns, ammunition and reloading components.