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STG 44 & FG 42 : origins and legacies

When we look at the history of individual small-arms, the main legacy of the WWI is undoubtedly the emergence of ...

Wz.88 Tantal: The Polish Kalashnikov 5.45×39 mm

Under Soviet rule during the Cold War, Poland produced, as usual, quality military weapons, sometimes of Soviet design, sometimes of ...

The PTRS-41 anti-tank rifle in 14.5×114 mm caliber

In the eternal duel between sword and shield, the appearance of the tank during WWI called for an adequate response ...

The Soviet BARS hunting rifle in 5.6×39 caliber

The Soviet Union is well known for their productions of military equipment. However, when it comes to small arms weapons, ...

The 56-И-01 Soviet 7.62×39 gauges set

A few years ago, one of my usual suppliers had the chance to get his hands on one of the ...

PPSh-41, Soviet’s first mass production weapon

The iconic Red Army submachine gun was not simply a powerful tool massively available to the Soviet soldier, but it ...

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