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This is the day the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.

Classic Firearms strives daily to bring you the finest collectible, commercial and military surplus firearms, accessories and service available anywhere in the marketplace. In our business dealings, as in life, we make every effort to live by the Golden Rule. We thank you for visiting our site and hope that you will come back often. We appreciate your business.

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    Get $35 off a Taurus Spectrum pistol

     

    Check out our firearms up for auction

     

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    2100+ optics now available on our site

    Shop Now: Red Dot Sights - Holographic Sights - Magnified Scopes - All Optics

     

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    Meet one of our favorite YouTubers Sootch00 & watch his videos featuring Classic Firearms products

    Video: Sootch00 announces Scorpion contest    Sootch00 reviews Arsenal 66 AK video   Sootch00 reviews the CZ-50 video

     

    Shop JRA M14 rifles

     

    Shop 20% off select barrels

     

    Shop veprs rifles and shotguns

     

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    Shop JRA BM-59 rifles

    Watch Ben's Videos + IraqVeteran8888's Review Video For More Information!

    BM-59 Rifles by JRA   Iraqveteran8888 Video: Italian BM-59 7.62x51 NATO Video   

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    Hundreds of Additional Firearms and Accessories

    For Sale and In Stock Here at Classic Firearms!

    Long Guns - Hand Guns - C&R Eligible - Ammo - Accessories

Joke of the Day
The Rich Man

A young man asked an old rich man how he made his money.
The old guy fingered his worsted wool vest and said, "Well, son, it was 1932. The depth of the Great Depression. I was down to my last nickel."
"I invested that nickel in an apple. I spent the entire day polishing the apple and, at the end of the day, I sold the apple for ten cents."
"The next morning, I invested those ten cents in two apples. I spent the entire day polishing them and sold them at 5:00 pm for 20 cents. I continued this system for a month, by the end of which I'd accumulated a fortune of $1.37."
"Then my wife's father died and left us two million dollars."

Today in History
1969 Apollo 12 lifts off

Apollo 12, the second manned mission to the surface of the moon, is launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, with astronauts Charles Conrad, Jr.; Richard F. Gordon, Jr.; and Alan L. Bean aboard. President Richard Nixon viewed the liftoff from Pad A at Cape Canaveral. He was the first president to attend the liftoff of a manned space flight.

Thirty-six seconds after takeoff, lightning struck the ascending Saturn 5launch rocket, which tripped the circuit breakers in the command module and caused a power failure. Fortunately, the launching rocket continued up normally, and within a few minutes power was restored in the spacecraft.

On November 19, the landing module Intrepid made a precision landing on the northwest rim of the moon’s Ocean of Storms. About five hours later, astronauts Conrad and Bean became the third and fourth humans to walk on the surface of the moon. During the next 32 hours, the two astronauts made two lunar walks, where they collected lunar samples and investigated the Surveyor 3 spacecraft, an unmanned U.S. probe that soft-landed on the moon in 1967. On November 24, Apollo 12 successfully returned to Earth, splashing down only three miles from one of its retrieval ships, the USS Hornet

Verse of the Week
Since the day we heard about you, we have not stopped praying for you and asking God to fill you with the knowledge of his will through all spiritual wisdom and understanding. —Colossians 1:9

In a world where we can feel so isolated and alone at times, it is so important for us to know that someone is praying for us and for our spiritual needs. As I think of the thousands who are a part of the Today's Verse ministry, I cannot help but pray that each of them, that you, are blessed by knowing that you share a spiritual journey with people all over the world, and that today, we will praying for each other. And of course there can be no better prayer than the one that Paul prayed for the Colossian friends he had never met — "I ask God to fill you with the knowledge of his will through all spiritual wisdom and understanding." Let's pray that for each other today.

Born on this Day
November 14th

1976 

  • Chris Demetral, Royal Oaks, Michigan, actor, Dolly Dearest

1969 

  • Butch Walker, Rome, Georgia, heavy metal guitarist, Southgang-Tainted Angel

1962 

  • Morgan Reeser, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 470 yachter, Olympic-8th-1992, 96

1956 

  • Kenneth D Bowersox, Portsmouth, Virginia, USN/astronaut, STS-50, 61, 73, 82

1952 

  • Alec John Such, born in Yonkers, New York, rocker, musician, former bassist for band Bon Jovi, managed local New Jersey bands and Heaven band in Chicago with James Young of Styx

1949 

  • Terry Lee Johnson, Alabama, murderer, FBI Most Wanted List

1948 

  • James Young, born in Chicago, Illinois, rock guitarist, Styx

1933 

  • Fred W. Haise, Jr., Biloxi Mississippi, astronaut, Apollo 13 STS-T-1, T-3, T-5

1930 

  • Edward H White II, born in San Antonio, Texas, Lieutenant Colonel USAF/astronaut, Gemini 4

1916 

  • Sherwood Schwartz, Passaic, New Jersey, TV creator, Brady Bunch, Gilligan's Island

1896 

  • Mamie G Doud Eisenhower, 1st lady, 1953-61

1828 

  • James Birdseye MacPherson, Major General Union volunteers

1822 

  • William Harrow, Brigadier General Union volunteers

 

 
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