Two followups for you today, courtesy of readers who ferreted out some addition material for me – thanks guys! First, my vintage photo of the Soviet marine snipers generated a bunch of discussion of the […]
While I was tracking down the patents on the Bar pistol for Peter Rasmussen’s article last week, I ran across something interesting (well, I think it’s interesting). On the same day that Behr applied for […]
German soldier carrying a captured DS-39 machine gun and tripod over a pretty bleak steppe.
I normally don’t have all that much interest in coffee table type gun books – the glossy photos are nice, but they generally don’t have all that much actual information. I had assumed initially that […]
Today we have a another guest article by Peter Rasmussen, this time on the subject of a unique and little-known pocket pistol dating to 1899. The Bär was designed as a compact gentleman’s defensive arm […]