One of the more interesting (and rare!) variations on John Browning’s iconic 1911 automatic pistol is the Obregon. Developed in Mexico in the mid 1930s, this pistol uses a frame nearly identical to the stock […]
That’s a Dutch Madsen peeking out above the grass, there. Specifically designed with long bipod legs for this sort of terrain in the East Indies. I believe the photo dates to 1941.
This really has to be the most awesome pedal-powered vehicle ever built: I don’t know the background on the tricycle, but the Maxim guns are very rare air-cooled lightweight models. Like this one: Ultimately they […]
We found these photos of a Swedish semiauto conversion, and have no information on the design. Have you seen this rifle? Any insights? The only reason we’re even saying it’s Swedish is the “Stockholms Vapenfabrik” […]
I’m not much for the commercialization of the day, so I’m spending it out at the range with some new goodies. The blog will return tomorrow with some Mexican rifle photos!
The French Clair pistol of 1893 is one of the lesser known and least documented early automatic pistols, and unusual in its method of operation as well. The majority of the successful early automatics (the […]