The German has a rather uncommon Erma MP-35, and judging from the can the unfortunate fellow in the grass was carrying magazines for a DP-28.
The Volcanic repeating pistol was the first direct step along the development path of the lever-action rifle that became an icon of the American West. Introduced before the advent of modern brass-cased cartridges, the Volcanic was […]
The subject of training machine guns is one of the areas that is particularly difficult to find information on – most folks aren’t even aware of their existence. The one we’re looking at today, the […]
We’re having a bit of a friendly disagreement over cartridges here, and I’m curious to hear some unbiased (or at least differently biased) opinions from you guys. Suppose you were putting together a new, cool […]
We’ve spent some time scouring through the Forgotten Weapons Archives, and found all the interesting machine gun manuals we have to put together on a single huge DVD. I’m very happy to announce that we […]
Yep, it’s a 20mm Madsen automatic cannon – circa 1936. And check out that bull bar in front!
The Second Sino-Japanese War is a relatively unknown part of the Second World War here in the US. Japanese troops invaded Manchuria in 1931, and by 1937 sporadic skirmishes had evolved into a full-scale war […]
The Perino is a gun that really should have been adopted, but wasn’t. Its development began in 1901 when Giuseppe Perino (an Italian Army officer) patented the design for a recoil-operated machine gun with a […]