One thing that will forever stay with me are Jame’s final words before parting ways. “You’re a good dude and you’ve got the right idea. You and I are going to have this conversation ten years from now, and I will leave you with this, SHOOTING IS THE EASY PART! Keep walking the path…”
I stood slightly confused in a cloud of dust as James peeled away with a shit eating grin on his face.
This is the chronicle of my journey along the path…
The pride n’ joy of my collection. An M1 Garand manufactured in the first months of 1941 (serial number puts the receiver in January of ‘41, the barrel which is original to the rifle is dated December of 1940). This exact rifle was carried by my great uncle in the Pacific theater of WW2, I’ve got two Type 99 Arisakas that he captured as well (I’ll get pics of them and the bayonet he brought back). Enjoy the eye candy, there’s more to come over the next few days :P