Fundamentals Of Small Arms Weapons (1945) – Part 3 By Robert Farago - May 9, 2012 9 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email [HTML1] RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Texas Lt. Governor Patrick Won’t Bring Constitutional Carry to the Floor If the Votes Aren’t There Concealed Carrier Shoots a Shoplifter Who Threatened a Walmart Security Guard GLOCK’s Forgotten Six Inchers 9 COMMENTS Thanks for that. Does anyone not love those old videos? Reply Being a designer/draftsman, I love cutaway models, and giant mockups to show how stuff works. Reply Awesome. Reply Probably Dad watched this film in WWII. I love this film. Reply Great film! Does a good job explaining the subject and a provides an understanding of the problems overcome by the mechanisms of the weapons in use. When I was a Boy Scout, a long, long time ago, we watched military training films. We ate them up. The father of two of the boys in my patrol was an Assistant Scout Master and a retired USAF Colonel. He would get us training films to watch. Most were survival training films and the absolute best were an air force series featuring two aircraft crews in the same environment. A typical film would have two planes go down in the jungle; one crew would do everything right to survive and be rescued, the other crew would do everything wrong. What made the series so neat for us is that the Colonel’s nephew (our pals’ cousin) was on the crew that did everything wrong. We loved it. Along the way we also learned a hell of a lot. Even if the information was a bit dated and aimed at servicemen it helped teach us to think and to see different uses for items at hand. Reply Outstanding vid. It’s been forwarded to friends and family. Reply This should be required viewing for all journalists reporting on firearms. Reply It wouldn’t help. You see, journalists have been taught that the “narrative” is more important than mere facts. You can see this on full display in the Treyvon Martin furor. Reply Downloaded and stored. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.