Over here at Blasfome we love weapons, especially guns. The rush you get when you wrap your hands around a firearm and squeeze that trigger is like no other. You get to control a mini explosion in the palm of your hand. Let’s be honest, who doesn’t like blowing shit up and danger? If you don’t, there is something wrong with you. You probably are one of those people that can’t achieve an orgasm without being in a latex suit, choked, all while throwing cats into a ceiling fan.
In the coming months, we will be featuring a weekly blog talking about guns, gear, training and other things pertaining to firearms. I promise that we will try to keep it light. We will leave all of the gun debates to the people who think they know everything.
Also sometimes we get bored shooting our guns. We are always looking to shoot new ones. If you have something interesting for us to check out and shoot, drop us a line and let us know. We can put in a little range time and feature it in this blog (We really like machine guns).
Every week we will be featuring a gun of the week. Some of them will be new, and some of them will be old, or in between. For the first week we decided to go with a classic. The first gun of the week is John Browning’s 1911.
One of the best pistols ever made. It was designed by John Browning. Last year it celebrated it’s 100th birthday. Originally it was a .45 caliber, but today you can get 1911’s made in any caliber. From .22LR all the way up to it’s original caliber of .45. It has been used by the U.S. Military in pretty much every war since World War 1. Members of the armed forces still use it as their sidearm today. It is a great gun to shoot. It’s design was the stepping stone to all future centerfire pistols.