Today we will take a look at the history of Springfield Armory – both the American national arsenal founded in the 1770s and the commercial entity founded in the 1970s.
Today we will look at the various different categories of machine guns – what makes them, why they exist, and what their place in military history is. Specifically… Automatic Rifle: Shoulder or hip fired, […]
Written by Josef Mötz and Joschi Schuy, “Vom Ursprung der Selbstladepistole” (Origins of the Automatic Pistol) is an absolute gold mine of information on early manually operated and self loading pistols. It is limited to […]
Patreon is what makes this channel possible, and I am greatly indebted to everyone who helps to support my work. I have added a selection of new perks for supporters: $1: Invites to face-to-face meetups […]
Henri Canaple is a former St. Etienne and GIAT gunsmith now in private practice, who has extensive experience rebuilding and tuning FR-F1 and FR-F2 sniper rifles for the French military and competitive teams. He […]
Armament Research Services (ARES) is a specialist technical intelligence consultancy, offering expertise and analysis to a range of government and non-government entities in the arms and munitions field. For detailed photos of the guns in […]
In a couple videos last month about American .22 LR rimfire training rifles, I got a surprising number of comments from viewers who did not understand why a military would train with a .22 caliber […]
The quantity of amazing guns in the NFC (it’s officially the “National Firearms Centre” and includes the original Pattern Room collection – whose name sounds much cooler) is just really overwhelming. I spend a week […]