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Assault rifles: how they behave

Comparing weapons is always a complex process. Depending on how it is carried out and concluded, this process may be ...

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 ...

“AIMS-22”, a Romanian Kalashnikov in .22 LR

The use of low-power ammunition has long found a favorable echo for training purposes. They have the advantage of allowing ...

The Tula-Korovin 6.35 Browning caliber Soviet pistol

For a long time, the Soviet army and security forces remained faithful to the 1895 Nagant revolver. Inherited from the ...

The Russian scope 1P 29

After having made the heyday of sniper rifles, the “shooting scope” now equip assault rifles and join the family of ...

The Soviet PSM pocket pistol in caliber 5.45×18

If the Soviets were prolific in terms of armament, the pocket pistol was for a long time a poor cousin, ...

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