This steel blue* 2015 limited edition Victorinox Pioneer is of great beauty. I impulse bought it, and I don’t regret that, even if I will quickly ruin its collector value by EDCing it. I almost want to buy another black Pioneer to complement it.
*yes I know
This one is mine. The rifles cost about $300 here in the United States and the diopters are about the same price.
Nice mousqueton (and very nice picture, too) ! Was the owner’s label still under the buttplate when you got it ?
I’d like to compliment you for being the first American providing a picture of a Mq 31 with the safety ring in the correct position ;o)
On another topic, since I’m accidentally posting a lot of firearm-related content today, I’d like to announce I’ll get my new gun tomorrow. Can you guess what it will be* ?
*not a mousqueton
At the shooting range : SIG-Sauer SP2022, CZ 75 compact, Beretta 71, Glock 43, SIG P220 (P 75), SIG P210 (P 49)
Neither cover nor concealment, obviously.
Military Museum in Wrocław.
De mauvaise Hummer
Lieutenant Guy Drummond of the 13th Battalion Royal Highlanders of Canada in the trenches. He was killed in the Second Battle of Ypres at the age of 27, soon after this photograph was taken. 1915.
If you’re into military history, war and military in general, and you’re looking for a new blog to follow, you should take a look @retreat-reveille