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Throwback Thursday: A Frontier Flintlock Named Jacob

Of all the frontiersman's possessions, the most prized was his flintlock.

Throwback Thursday: Cherokee Memories

A tale of an 18th-century American who introduced the Cherokee to King George III.

Throwback Thursday: Who Were the "Long Hunters"?

For starters, they're the reason we call a dollar a "buck."

Throwback Thursday: The Legend of L.C. Smith Shotguns

Never heard of the "Sweet Elsie"? Find out why collectors and shooters love these side-by-side scatterguns.

Throwback Thursday: Buffalo Hunting EAST of the Mississippi

You've heard a lot about Western bison hunting in the past. But there's more to the story...much more.

Throwback Thursday: Rogers' Rangers Rules

The Army Rangers date back to 1757 ... and their playbook proves that some things never change.

Throwback Thursday: John Moses Browning's 3 Most Famous Firearms

Inventor, innovator and general gun genius, John Moses Browning's legacy will live on in these three guns.

Throwback Thursday: Holt Collier, America's Greatest Bear Hunter

Born into slavery, Collier's legend eclipses that of Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett combined.

Throwback Thursday: Great Johnstown Flood

Was this tremendous tragedy a natural disaster or a manmade catastrophe?

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