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Originally Posted by BlackBat242 View Post
Then there are the non-firearms - as illustrated by one Jack Churchill in WW2:

http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-...urchill.html/2

http://warfarehistorynetwork.com/dai...ed-of-warrior/
Believe me, I have read about Jack Churchill, and a good friend has one nasty crossbow, which I hope to try out. The long bow is still a fully effective weapon in the right hands. The main groups that I am aware of or know someone in are the Revolutionary War and forward re-enactors. One group has an operational M-3 light tank, to include a firing 37mm gun. Another group has an operational M-4 Sherman. In the 1990s, the Kenosha Military Museum had a fair number of operational armored vehicles, including a couple of M-60s. and at least one T-55 that the operator bought from Israel.
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