Michael Zomber is proud to be an expert on American and international weapons. His interest in firearms developed early in his days as a Boy Scout exploring the rural landscape of Pennsylvania. As he entered a historic general store, he stumbled upon the Springfield model 1873 rifle, sometimes referred to as the Trapdoor rifle. The young Zomber was absolutely in love with the fine craftsmanship of this breech-loading rifle that was issued to the U.S. infantry in the late 1800s. As he left that store, the curious Boy Scout has an intuitive feeling that he’d soon become a guru on American guns.
It was only a matter of time before Michael Zomber would become an expert on firearms. Initially, he ambitiously tried to get his hands on antique weapons that have been used by the U.S. military. Zomber even boasts a gun that was used by the great George Washington. Eventually, he decided to expand his expand his boundaries in collecting weapons. Zomber dedicated countless days to becoming an expert on antique firearms dating as far back as the 16th century. He can confidently say that he knows a wealth of information about Islamic, European and Asian weapons. Some of his most precious items include Samurai swords from the Japanese Empire. Over the years, Zomber has traded some of his antique firearms to other people who share a similar love for these artifacts. Surely, such a venture has brought Zomber to museums and other cultural organizations.
After holding countless guns in his hands, Zomber has come to the conclusion that these simple weapons pose serious dangers to the world.
As the founder of Renascent Films, Michael Zomber is also a talented screenwriter and movie producer. Additionally, he is a professional author with a portfolio that includes several notable novels such as Sweet Betsy That’s Me. Such a book about the Civil War appeals specifically to American history buffs.