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  1. CountryGent

    How did the US defend against the Soviet Nukes?

    I saw this on a channel that I watch from time to time. It covers American Civil Defense policy during the Cold War. Much of it might already be known by members of this board, but some may be new too. The vintage footage was neat to watch. Tangentially, the Blue Book the presenter...
  2. CountryGent

    San Cristobal Model 2: A Lever-Delayed .30 Carbine

    I've only seen these in photograph, so interesting to see covered by Forgotten Weapons. Figured I pass it along.
  3. CountryGent

    China's Type 64 Silenced Pistol

    I found this video neat-o so passing it along.
  4. CountryGent

    Knight's XM9 Beretta "Hush Puppy"

    Just passing along for those that will find it interesting.
  5. CountryGent

    Bond ... James Bond

    Thought others might find this an interesting read: Pistols of James Bond
  6. DirectDrive

    CZ 75 Cold War Commemorative

    Is it me or is this just a weird way to market a handgun ? CZ 75 B 9MM COLD WAR COMMEMORA
  7. CountryGent

    Favorite War Films?

    So, I thought I would toss this one out there for discussion: what are you favorite war films? It can be any time, place, or subject matter. It could be historically interesting, thought-provoking, off-beat, heart-rending, surreal, wacky, or some combination of those. Thanks for sharing.:)
  8. CountryGent

    Favorite Cold War Movies?

    What are some of your favorite Cold War-era films? By that, I don't necessarily mean films released in the 1947—1991 time frame, but rather those that touched upon the diplomatic, military, intelligence, and cultural aspects of the Cold War era. Thanks for any shares!
  9. CountryGent

    U.S. Civilian Defense Weapon

    In my travels, I came across this old advertisement and found it kind of interesting. It evidently was trying to appeal to preparedness-minded individuals of the time ("in case of national emergency"). Though an 8-shot, .22LR carbine may not be the first pick if Soviet paratroopers are raining...
  10. CountryGent

    Invasion U.S.A. (1952)

    No, not the unrelated 1985 Chuck Norris of the same name. A little slice of Cold War paranoia about an invasion of the mainland US for your viewing enjoyment. It stars Gerald Mohr (radio personality), Peggie Castle (B-Movie staple), Dan O'Herlihy (of Robinson Crusoe fame), and Phyllis Coates...
  11. CountryGent

    Atomic Attack (1954)

    Continuing the Cold War-era film postings, the following is the 1954 television film Atomic Attack. It was part of the Motorola Television Hour and stars Walter Matthau. It is about a family experiencing life during an atomic attack. The acting is, frankly, hit and miss, but it is still...
  12. CountryGent

    Forbidden Area (1962)

    Continuing the theme of Cold War era flicks for your viewing enjoyment, the following is the first episode in the program Playhouse 90. This one is a film adaptation of the Pat Frank thriller Forbidden Area. The episode stars Charlton Heston and Vincent Price. It is hosted by western star...
  13. CountryGent

    Panic in Year Zero (1962)

    All this Cold War talk has inspired me to look up some classics from that period. I'll get the party started with the 1962 Panic in Year Zero. It stars Ray Milland, Jean Hagen, and Frankie Avalon and it is a classic SHTF film. Enough yakety-yak, now showing at the NWFA Drive In:
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