We often get email asking if we are going to write about some forgotten weapons that are relatively recent developments, like the OICW for example. We would like to have more coverage of some of those sorts of guns, but our experience and access tends to be with older items. However, the fine folks over at Weaponsman (who are much closer to ongoing arms development than we are) just recently wrote an excellent article on the OICW, and so we’re going to weasel out of writing something and suggest instead that you drop by over there and read The Past is Another Country: Objective Family of Weapons.
US soldier inspecting a German Panzerschreck (left) and a US 2.36″ Bazooka (right).
The full title of this recently-published monograph by Leonard Speckin is actually Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading .351 Caliber: Its Past and Its Future with Modern Brass, Bullets and Powders. There is very little modern published […]
Guns in this video: DWM 1917 Baby Luger American Eagle Baby Luger P08 .45ACP Luger Navy .45ACP Luger Luger Carbine John Martz was a WWII US Navy veteran who spent a career in metalworking before […]