Book Review: Simson Lugers

We’ve been on a bit of a Luger kick recently, and it continues today. A few weeks ago we looked at Geoffrey Sturgess’ three-volume tome on Luger and Borchardt development, which takes the story of the Luger through the end of World War I. Today, we have Simson Lugers by Edward Tinker and Graham Johnson, which addresses the Luger during the Weimar period between the wars:

Simson Lugers is published by Simpson Ltd, and you can purchase it directly from them here.

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