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An Absolute Cracker of a Resource for Naval Historians; Armouredcarriers.com

There is well grounded reasons for researchers to treat with suspicion web-based sources. Lack of citation and accountability means that one can pretty much say whatever one likes on the web. But there are websites out there that provide truly outstanding material. Armouredcarriers.com is the perfect example of how web resources can provide historians and other interested parties with first rate information for their research.
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Forgotten Weapons – One of the Finest Sources Online for Weapon Historians

Hosted by Ian McCollum, Forgotten Weapons started as an online blog and website which concentrated on some of the more obscure firearms that have been created. Videos tend to be between five and fifteen minutes long, though sometimes longer if dealing more fully with a subject, such as a whole weapon development program or a particularly interesting or historically important item.
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Camouflage on Rifles

Back in 2017 I provided Ian McCollum at Forgotten Weapons with some information on the weapons that the Kurdish snipers used in Syria against ISIS. One of the things that came out in the comments, somewhat to my surprise, was the interest in the camouflage I applied to my personal weapons,
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