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Swiss Luger .30 | 30 Cal Luger Pistol
The Swiss Luger .30 is a classic combat pistol forged for use by Switzerland’s citizen soldiers!
In the early 1890s, the Swedish army began searching for a new small-bore, smokeless-powder rifle to replace its Gevär m/1867, a Remington Rolling Block chambered for the rimfire 12.7mm skarpa…
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M1 Treasure Hunt
I’d say about 90 percent,” said Frank Bihn, an armorer at the CMP North Store located in Camp Perry, Ohio. While spending a day at the shop perusing the racks…
M97 Trench Gun
I still remember when I bought my first Model 97 Trench Gun. I had wanted one since I first saw photos of U.S. Doughboys and Marines with the Trench Gun…
The Great War saw the end of gentlemanly combat where armies faced off with one another and signaled the death rattle of cavalry charges. It would usher in the era…
By the end of the War Between the States, the writing was on the wall for the U.S. military: The era of the muzzleloading, percussion-cap rifled musket was over. The…
Swedish Lahti 9mm Pistol | Combat Pistol
The Swedish Lahti 9mm is Sweden’s intriguing adaptation of the classic 9x19 Finnish combat pistol!
Astra 7.63mm Model 900—The Older Broomhandle
I have to admit a certain prejudice for “Broomhandles.” I have been collecting them for more than 30 years, and no matter what the model variation (and there are many),…
RSC M1917: The Great War’s Garand
I have to admit that, over the years, I get rather tired of hearing others constantly denigrate both the courage of French soldiers and the quality and design of French…