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Book Review: Sub-Machine Gun, by Max Popenker and Anthony Williams

Today we’re looking at a new book by Maxim Popenker and Anthony G. Williams, Sub-Machine Gun. It should come as no surprise that a collaboration between these two folks results in an excellent reference book (we previously reviewed their work on WWI aircraft guns). This book includes both a detailed section on submachine gun cartridges, and the guns themselves – organized by nationality and focusing largely on experimental and developmental models. It’s an excellent reference work, and a valuable addition to a good gun library. You can pick up a copy now while it’s still discounted on Amazon:

I also highly recommend the web sites run by both of the authors:

World Guns, by Maxim Popenker

Cannon, Machine Guns, and Ammunition, by Anthony G. Williams

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