Allah ackbar indeed! Why can’t I ever find a storeroom full of Sturmgewehrs? If anyone reading this has contacts in Syria,you might consider recommending that they try to exchange them on some international market for […]
I am not familiar with this style of handy card table Maxim mount.
After World War II, the Austrian military used a mixture of Browning High Power and Walther P38 pistols – they were effective and available in large numbers so why not? However, by the early 1970s […]
I think that today in America (and probably in many other countries) we have a misconception of where new ideas come from, especially among younger folks like myself. We tend to think that products are […]
The German FG-42 paratroop rifle was a very impressive design, managing to meet a very strict set of performance criteria. The first production model in particular was exceptionally light and compact, while still offering semi […]
Chinese guerrilla fighter, circa 1939. Today, she’d be an Olympic gymnast.
We’re privileged today to have another guest article written by Leszek Erenfeicht (and I would strongly recommend that our Polish readers check out Strzal, the print magazine he regularly publishes in). This time he is […]