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Throwback Thursday: Hemingway's Guns

He may have written "A Farewell to Arms," but this literary giant was a firearms fanatic.

Throwback Thursday: Slingers, History's First Snipers

Make no mistake, the ancient sling was no slingshot...and it was definitely not a toy.

Throwback Thursday: Hiroo Onoda, Last Imperial Japanese Soldier

What if you were fighting a war, it ended, and you didn't get the memo?

Throwback Thursday: Way of the Warrior

They came like foxes, attacked like lions, and fled like birds.

Throwback Thursday: Marcus Hanna, Singular American Hero

Only one man has ever received the Congressional Medal of Honor AND the gold Lifesaving Medal...

Throwback Thursday: John Ruthven, 20th-Century Audubon

“I’ll keep painting as long as birds fly and I can lift a brush.”

Throwback Thursday: Carlos Hathcock's Stevens Model 15A Rifle

The legendary "White Feather" started his shooting career with a $4 gun.

Throwback Thursday: Aldo Leopold, Father of Modern-Day Wildlife Management

"After seeing the green fire die, I sensed that neither the wolf nor the mountain agreed with such a view."

Throwback Thursday: The 82nd Airborne On D-Day

Watch to learn about the men of the 82nd Airborne Division, their stories and the firearms they used during "The Great Crusade."

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