The All-American 2000 was Colt’s attempt to compete with Glock for the military and police service pistol market. It had a polymer frame (except a few early ones with aluminum frames), a double-action-only striker firing […]
by Tom Laemlein As World War II progressed, the Luftwaffe looked to increase firepower wherever possible, from deploying large-caliber air weapons or increasing the rate of fire with smaller, rifle-caliber weapons. Such is the case […]
Courtesy of the UK Ministry of Defense, we have a bunch of photos of a 1920 model Beardmore-Farquhar light machine gun:
Thanks to the hospitality of the National WWII Museum in New Orleans, we had a chance to examine and disassemble a Japanese Type 11 light machine gun. This is, of course, the very unusual hopper-fed […]
Mark (a dog ammunition carrier) delivers ammo to a Bren gun team, Eastern Command 20 August 1941.