Friday, November 13, 2009

The Old Issue.

New Jovian Thunderbolt ruminates on that perennial favorite internet argument, the never-ending Great U.S. Army Cartridge Dispute.

No, not ".308 vs. .223"; he's doing ".45-70 vs. .30-'06".

6 comments:

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

I Googled the various blogosphere entries and online forums from 1909, but I didn't find that many posts. The Wayback Machine must be on the fritz or sumthin.

Tam said...

I was being slightly tongue-in-cheek. I liked your post, hence the linkage.

.223 v. .308 has been done to death. :)

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

I know you liked it! And I appreciated the link and comment.

C'mon Tam, you already know you can practically do know wrong. Why do you think I have a category of What Would Tam Do?

Kristopher said...

Rifling: Here to stay, or passing fad?

Les Jones said...

GUNS AND AMMO 1847 YEAR END DOUBLE ISSUE: "Can you trust your life to a breechloader?"

Tam said...

Les Jones wins the internets!