In a recent discussion with a friend the topic of early automatic pistol cartridges came up. Specifically, looking at the context of which cartridges were actually available at which times, and how this might provide […]
The Japanese Type 93 and its slightly-improved sister the Type 100 were the standard flame weapons of the Imperial Japanese Army for its fighting in China and the Pacific. They are a smaller and handier […]
That is a pretty ingenious mock up. You can see that the axle is actually lashed to the tripod. It must have made a racket going down the streets without the rubber tires on the bicycle rims. My question; Once you get there, how do you stabilize the gun to shoot it? Cut the lashings or hold on tight!