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The M1 Does MY Talking

It will come as no surprise to you when I say that our 2nd Amendment rights are under attack, from our own “freely elected” government. To express my thoughts on this issue, I have created a new tin sign that leverages an iconic poster from the Second World War. The original headline remains intact. The […]

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Browning .50 caliber machine gun signs in development

Developed along with the Thompson submachine gun sign, these new tin signs feature the mighty Browning .50 caliber machine gun. One graphic provides an “exploded” view of the famous M2 heavy barrel “fifty”, while the second shows the three types of .50 caliber MGs used by US forces in World War II: the M2 air-cooled infantry and vehicle MG, […]

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New Thompson SMG tin sign

It has been a long time in the making, but I finally have a tin sign of the famous Thompson submachine gun. This beautiful graphic combines images from several Ordnance Department drawings and training aids to a create an attractive tin sign perfect for military firearm enthusiasts.  The Thompson gun created a new category of infantry firepower and set the […]

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New tin signs: M1911 pistol and a new M1 Garand sign

These signs are on their way. Unfortunately it always takes longer to have them produced and shipped than what I would like. I think the manufacturer doesn’t want to disappoint me when I inevitably ask “how long?”, so they project much faster production than they can actually deliver. Then, of course, we are all disappointed. […]

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M1911 Pistol tin sign in development

We’ve had such great response to our M1 Garand and M1 Carbine tin signs that we’ve been prompted to develop a sign for the ever-popular M1911 .45 caliber pistol (which, by the way, is also a new book title that you will be able to order very soon). Initial responses to the layout and design […]

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Customers vote: Garands and Carbines win in a landslide of tin signs!

What a crazy autumn it has been! Back when the editor-in-chief of the NRA magazine American Rifleman asked me if he could use the WWII ordnance artwork from my M1 Garand and M1 Carbine tin signs in the magazine, I was happy to provide it. Little did I know that this would touch off a […]

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