The guns weren´t fired in anger but in clear self defence - and yes - it was a wake up call for the serbs. Politicians in the UN grew quite angry on the Danish contingent, but soldiers found an icon in lieutenant colonel Møller who just retired a few days ago (he has written a couple of books....great work). He is known amongst Danish soldiers as the one true fighter - not being scared og speaking his mind even if it triggers a bad standing - as long as it´s true. He defends the little man in the army.....he deserves respect!!!! Greetings from Denmark and a former UN peace keeper.
A customer just approached me for selling a BSA #2 22LR Caliber rifle with a folding stock. The rifle appears to be in very good to excellent condition. From what I have found on the internet it was manu. between 1912 - 1915 and about 1,000 were produced. Would appreciate any information as to approximate value and marketability.
Bradley 25mm Chain Gun live fire exercise at Ft. Benning, Georgia
"We saw them in thin grey masses coming along, (a fine target for artillery), we started, opened fire on them and as soon as we had got the range we started sending shrapnel into them as fast as we could fire. It was murder as we could see the shells bursting from where we were and they were tearing holes into the ranks of the German infantry, still they came on." Private John Camp, Royal Horse Artillery.