The Tokarev TT Empire | Preview
The 7.62x25mm Tokarev TT pistol inspired variants throughout Eastern Europe during the Soviet era and are still made today!
Japan’s Experimental Semi-Autos of WWII | Preview
From the Type 30 to the Type 4, Japan's experimental semi-autos attempted to out-gun the Allied forces in the Pacific in WWII!
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World War Guns: The Top 10 Weapons From World War 2
Advanced Axis and Allied fighters battled it out with impressive machine guns and other small arms throughout World War II.
Military Surplus 2014
FEATURES SOVIET SNIPER By Denis Prisbrey The M91/30-based Mosin-Nagant PU, Mother Russia’s 7.62x54R sharpshooter! SOUTH AMERICA’S .45 SLABSIDES By Paul Scarlata The Argentinian Modelo 1927 brought Colt’s classic 1911 south…
Browning M1911 .45 ACP Pistol | 1911 45 ACP Handgun
With a century of unparalleled service, Browning's M1911 pistol is now starting on its next 100 years as the preferred ACP, even today, for American GIs.
Military Surplus 2013
EDITOR’S NOTE AMERICA’S ORIGINAL WARFIGHTER By Jorge Amselle The internationally renowned M1 Garand—a classic .30-06 battlefield warrior! WEHRMACHT’S WARHORSE: THE K98 MAUSER By Glenn Gilbert Born for war and refined…
How to De-Grease Your Military Surplus Guns
Get that grease off your classic military surplus gun and call it back to duty!
M1 Garand — Classic .30-06 Military Rifle
The classic M1 Garand was the first semi-auto rifle issued to American fighting men.
Soviet PPS-43 Submachine Gun
The Soviet PPS-43 was a World War II 762x25mm Submachine Gun that could be produced faster and cheaper than the previous PPSh-41.