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  1. Off The Reservation
    Sometimes history is a very dark subject. Take, for example, the use of chemical weapons in warfare. WWI was bad in that regard, especially the use of phosgene (the greatest killer, about 85% of deaths), chlorine, and mustard gas. Chemical attacks were seen as an effective way to destroy...
  2. Firearm Appraisal
    I have inherited a TAC (Trocaola, Aranzabal y Cia) Spanish made .455 pistol from my grandfather. All I have been able to find out is that these guns were made for the British during WWI but this particular gun does not have any British proof marks which to me means it was one of the rejected...
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