A little while back, we posted a US military booklet on Japanese Infantry Weapons from WWII, and today we have a similar booklet on German Infantry Weapons of WWII (also thanks to our friend Hrachya). […]
Achtung! Ze Germanz are coming! Want more info on the guns? We have a Spanish manual for the MG13 in the Vault…
Either shooting down aircraft or auditioning for a SyFy original…who can say? I think the gun is an early Oerlikon, but I can’t say for sure…
The HSc was Mauser’s attempt to compete with the highly successful Walther PP design. Development began in 1934, and was ready for mass production in 1938. The German Arms Bureau did not allow production to […]
Also note the extra-tactical single point sling.
We recently added a much better writeup on the early Mauser semiauto rifle designs, and while searching through some material I realized that we have a copy of an original Mauser Selbstlader manual. The Mauser […]
We have another pretty cool machine gun today, thanks again to Steve Hill at Spotted Dog Firearms in Arizona. It’s an aerial Maxim gun, based on the 08/15 infantry Maxim. The 08/15 was a lightened […]
Ok, so the Luger isn’t exactly a Forgotten Weapon. In fact, it’s one of the most recognizable handguns ever made. But it traces its lineage directly so some much more obscure models (namely the Borchardt […]