Armed in 1975

Posted at Aug 17, 2022 10:48

Shotgun, rifle, and handgun that might have been somebody's first choice in 1975: Colt Government Model in . 45 ACP, High Standard K-1200 12 gauge, and a World War II vintage M1 Carbine

Armed in 1975

Shotgun, rifle, and handgun that might have been somebody's first choice in 1975: Colt Government Model in

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