Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Buntline Special

One of the topics that we didn’t get into during our recent filming in Tombstone was the issue of the Buntline Special. This was allegedly a .45 Colt single action with a 12-inch barrel that was claimed to be Wyatt … Continue reading

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Tombstone

I spent several days last week in Tombstone, Arizona. I was there at the request of Michael Bane to film a story about the OK Corral fight for his Shooting Gallery TV show. Michael pointed out that, with all the … Continue reading

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Life with the 1911

John M. Browning tops the list of people I would have loved to have known and interviewed. The list of his firearm inventions is as long as it is impressive. And they all came out of his little Utah shop, … Continue reading

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