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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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    Mosin Nagant rifles now for available

     

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

     

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

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Joke of the Day
Two Little Troublemakers

A couple had two little boys who were always getting into trouble. Their parents knew that if any mischief occurred in their village, their sons were probably involved. 
The boys' mother heard that an elder in town had been successful in disciplining children, so she asked if he would speak with her sons. The elder agreed, but asked to see them separately. 
So, the mother sent her youngest son first, in the morning. The elder, a huge man with a booming voice, sat the boy down and asked him sternly, "Where is God?" The boy's mouth dropped open, but he made no response.So the elder repeated the question in an even sterner tone, "Where is God!!?" Again the wide-eyed boy made no attempt to answer. 
The elder raised his voice and bellowed, "WHERE IS GOD!?" The boy screamed and bolted from the room, ran directly home and dove into a closet, slamming the door behind him. 
When his older brother found him hiding, he asked, "What happened?"
The younger brother, gasping for breath, replied, "We are in BIG trouble this time. God is missing, and they think WE did it!"

Today in History
1820 American vessel sunk by sperm whale

The American whaler Essex, which hailed from Nantucket, Massachusetts, is attacked by an 80-ton sperm whale 2,000 miles from the western coast of South America.

The 238-ton Essex was in pursuit of sperm whales, specifically the precious oil and bone that could be derived from them, when an enraged bull whale rammed the ship twice and capsized the vessel. The 20 crew members escaped in three open boats, but only five of the men survived the harrowing 83-day journey to the coastal waters of South America, where they were picked up by other ships. Most of the crew resorted to cannibalism during the long journey, and at one point men on one of the long boats drew straws to determine which of the men would be shot in order to provide sustenance for the others. Three other men who had been left on a desolate Pacific island were saved later.

The first capture of a sperm whale by an American vessel was in 1711, marking the birth of an important American industry that commanded a fleet of more than 700 ships by the mid 18th century. Herman Melville’s classic novel Moby Dick (1851) was inspired in part by the story of the Essex.

Verse of the Week
Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers. But his delight is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night. —Psalm 1:1-2

I get to choose which sources of information I feed my mind. But this privilege and freedom is also a responsibility. God longs to bless me, but that blessing remains dormant until my heart delights in knowing and doing his will.

Born on this Day
November 20th

1976 

  • Dominique Dawes, Silver Spring, Maryland, gymnast, Olympics-gold/brz-92, 96

1970 

  • Matt Blunt, born in Springfield, Missouri, politician, Republican, 54th Governor of Missouri, officer in the U.S. Navy

1965 

  • Mike Diamond, born in New York City, New York, rap vocalist, Beastie Boys-You Gotta Fight

1953 

  • Greg Gibson, Stafford, Virginia, Greco-Roman wrestler 1984 Olympics silver

1925 

  • Robert Francis Kennedy, Brookline, Mass, D-Sen-NY, AG; assassinated

1911 

  • Jean Shiley, U.S., high jumper 1932 Olympics gold

1866 

  • Kenesaw Mountain Landis, judge/1st commissioner of baseball

1836 

  • John Thomas Croxton, Major General Union volunteers

1830 

  • Patrick Henry Jones, Brigadier General Union volunteers

1802 

  • James Lawrence Lardner, Commander Union Navy

1726 

  • Oliver Wolcott, Ct-Gov, signed Declaration of Independence

 

 
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