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Correcting the Record: Innovative Guns of the 1950s

Photo by Wikimedia Commons The Remington Nylon 66 semiauto in Mohawk brown. In my post on the Remington Nylon 66, I wrote that during the 1950s, a dozen or so guns came out that were years ahead of their time, and were not truly appreciated until now. As it happens, this was a grotesque exaggeration, and I blame it on listening to too much Donald Trump. (When I get down to flat-out lying, I can blame Hillary.
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