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The FBI and the Thompson Submachine Gun

(Larry Wack, Walt Merritt, Bill Matens and Or. John Fox assisted the author in preparing and submitting this article)

September 2010 Issue Survey

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August 2010 Issue Survey

Our continued focus is to bring you page turning news and stories. Your feedback is very important to us and look forward to hearing what you have to say. Please take a few minutes to let us know how we are doing.

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Charter Arms Bulldog, 44 Special Tiger Specs:

Col. Robert Brown also shot a Charter Arms Bulldog revolver in .44 Special in the class with a sweet black and green tiger stripe finish that was awesome. Col. Brown liked the trigger and the caliber and how light the gun is. At only 21 ounces, it is so light you could easily and comfortably carry it in your front pocket in a pocket holster. The grips on it are rubber which is fantastic, especially when you are sweating and have a built in laser for low light sighting made by Crimson Trace.

Model: ............24420
Finish:..............Black & Tiger Striped

China Cautions US to Rethink Relations with Taiwan

China says the United States is putting bilateral ties at risk with its recent overtures to Taiwan. A spokesman for the Chinese Defense Ministry told reporters Thursday that Washington should "speak and act cautiously" following the $6.4 billion arms deal between the U.S. and Taiwan.   Beijing has threatened to suspend all military exchanges with the U.S., and impose sanctions on U.S.

Dubai Names 15 More Suspects in Hamas Murder

Dubai Police have announced at least 15 new names wanted for the assassination of former Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, who was killed in the United Arab Emirates last month. Officials say the new suspects entered the United Arab Emirates with British, Irish, French and Australian passports and provided "logistical support" in carrying out al-Mabhouh's murder. The 10 men and five women bring the total number of people wanted in connection with the killing to 26, but police say that number could rise. Al-Mabhouh was found dead in one of Dubai's luxury hotels on January 19th.  He had

Greece Paralyzed During Protests Against Austerity Budget

Greek riot police have clashed with demonstrators in Athens on the fringes of major protest marches against government austerity measures.  Tens of thousands of civil servants, private sector workers and laborers staged a 24-hour strike to show their displeasure with the government's plans. For the second time in two weeks, Greece's powerful trade unions and strikers paralyzed the country. Public transport links were almost completely shut down, flights in and out Athens canceled, offices closed and even famous archeological sites such as the Acropolis closed to tourists. Reporter Ant

Afghan Precision Air Assualt

When it comes to all successful military operations, precise execution is the name of the game, which is the key point being taught in a new air assault course being taught at the Afghan National Army Air Corps base in Kabul. The new course is designed to create fully qualified and capable air crews with the ability to conduct air assault missions designed to accurately insert and retrieve grounds forces from an unprepared landing zone, on a specific time table, as well as plan for any number of contingencies.