“I don’t want this thing often,” one soldier said of his .45 automatic pistol, “but when I do, I want it damned bad.”
An Unfortunate Affair at Fullerton Which at the End is Amicably Adjusted.
The National Rifle Association and the Right to Bear Arms
“Then how come they’re digging a grave behind the old corral, Luke?”
Samuel Colt’s life was brief but eventful. He was an imaginative inventor and an ambitious pitchman whose legacy included scandal and success—and firearms that were revolutionary in more ways than one