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Throwback Thursday: Isaiah Jennings Repeating Flintlock Rifle

Guns capable of firing multiple shots are much, much older than you think.

Throwback Thursday: Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Soviet Sniper

A story so strange it was dismissed as fiction for decades.

Throwback Thursday: Gun History By the 8s

From 1918 to today, let's review the last 100 years!

Throwback Thursday: The River Wild

John Wesley Powell and the 1869 Colorado River Exploring Expedition

Throwback Thursday Quiz: Which 2001 Outdoor Websites Still Work?

Guess which of these 10 outdoor sites have gone "cobweb" in the last 15 years.

Throwback Thursday: Hugh Glass, Unbreakable Mountain Man

The grizzly charged from nearly point-blank range. Hugh Glass had only seconds to react...

Throwback Thursday: Brown Bess Musket

It's the gun that won (and lost) the American Revolution.

Throwback Thursday: "Black Bart," the Gentleman Bandit

He didn’t look like a Wild West desperado, and didn’t act much like one either...

Throwback Thursday: Old-Timey Barrel Manufacturing

The differences between early and modern barrel manufacture matter...even today.

Throwback Thursday: Union Army's "Mother" Bickerdyke

Even General William Tecumseh Sherman obeyed this iron-willed angel of the battlefield.

Slow Down For Diabetes? No Way!

Type I diabetes can't stop this teen competitive high-power shooter.

Throwback Thursday: Wild West Pony Express

Wanted: young, skinny, wiry fellows, not over eighteen. Must be expert riders, willing to risk...

Throwback Thursday: Simon Kenton, Iron Man of the Frontier

This #TBT, check out the amazing story of this frontiersman's captivity among the Shawnee.

Throwback Thursday: M1A1 Thompson Submachine Gun

For this #TBT, learn about the history and context behind the M1A1 submachine gun.

Throwback Thursday: Nonhelema's Tale

A warrior woman of the Shawnee who left her mark on history.

Throwback Thursday: Great Hinckley Hunt of 1818

Almost 200 years later, it's still a legend.

George Washington and Braddock’s Defeat

Was it dumb luck...or divine intervention?
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