Samuel Colt: Inventor, Hunter, and Businessman

Samuel Colt: Inventor, Hunter, and Businessman

Samuel Colt was an American inventor, businessman, and hunter, born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1814. He is famous for founding Colt’s Patent Fire-Arms Manufacturing Company, a company known today as Colt’s Manufacturing Company. One of Colt’s earliest belongings was a flintlock pistol, which belonged to John Caldwell, his maternal grandfather who was an army officer. Through the manufacture of his Colt guns, he made the mass production of revolvers commercially feasible. Today, there are Colt guns for sale all around the world. Colt’s Early Revolver Designs Samuel Colt received his…

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Benefits of Owning a Single Shot Rifle

Benefits of Owning a Single Shot Rifle

Many shooters might wonder about the reasons why single shot rifles are still relevant when technology has evolved to bring us repeating rifles and semiautomatic ones. But there are many advantages to owning a single shotgun. First of all, they are simple. There are no feeding issues to be concerned about, the rifle is either loaded or unloaded. Extraction and ejection are straightforward and mechanically easy. This eliminates some concerns that might exist when using a repeating rifle. Single shots are minimalistic, traditional-looking rifles. They look like an example of…

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The Credit Card Knife that Fits in Your Wallet

The Credit Card Knife that Fits in Your Wallet

Wouldn’t it be amazing to have a James Bond style knife you could fit in your wallet? Now you can! Not only that there is a whole bunch of cool designs on these credit card knives. The credit card knife is a design of pocket knife that provides the shape and approximate size of a credit card and is thin enough to fit securely in your wallet. The knives are available as great multi-tools, replacing the need for a pocket knife that feels too bulky in your pocket, but you…

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Shelving Mezzanines and Catwalks: All You Need to Know

Shelving Mezzanines and Catwalks: All You Need to Know

Other than safety, there is nothing of greater value in a working warehouse than space. Space creates the possibility for flawless organization, neatly stacked shelves, and a seamless work process. When all aspects are running as they should, productivity goes up. Studies show that employees who work in an organized environment are happier. Of course, we want to make space inside a warehouse not by building out and crowding the floor, but by building up. The easiest way to do this is by using shelving mezzanines and catwalks. What are…

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