OSWEGO – Continental Arms Collectors Association presented its annual Military and Naval Exhibit at the Oswego Elks Veterans Day Dinner on November 9.
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The displays included M1 carbines from World War II; reproduction headgear worn at Fort Ontario through the years; original U.S. weapons and accoutrements from the early 1800s and reproduction weapons and accoutrements used by Continental Arm’s Revolutionary War Interpretive Unit.
The exhibit was sponsored by the Oswego Elks Lodge and Vashaw’s Collision Service.