Today we’re taking a look at William Easterly’s booklet “A Comprehensive Study [of] Japanese Submachine Guns: 1920 – 1945”. Talk about a subject with very little written coverage – Easterly has photos, data, and descriptions […]
As everyone is away, the M16 suffered from maintenance and reliability problems early in its deployment to Vietnam. While working to resolve these issues, the US government wanted to find a replacement weapon that would […]
He must have been an economics teacher before the war.
I was looking through our reference library yesterday, and realized that we hadn’t mentioned at Hatcher’s Notebook before – which is a glaring oversight. Julian S. Hatcher (Captain Hatcher during WWI, and Major General Hatcher […]
In 1925, the Imperial Japanese Army adopted the Type 14 pistol, which was produced in large numbers during WWII. It looks outwardly pretty similar to a Luger, but i mechanically very different. What many folks […]