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The Webley-Fosbery revolvers

At the end of the 19th century the gunsmith industry experienced significant growth. Recent technical advances were accelerating discoveries, patents ...

The amazing d’Espinay Musketoon

In 1827, Paris hosted the Louvre’s exhibition of French industrial products. This exhibition, commissioned by Charles X, hosted 1,631 exhibitors. ...

The Bergmann-Bayard pistol

Theodor Bergmann was one of the pioneers in the development of automatic pistols. Born on May 21st, 1850, in Sailauf ...

Mannlicher Model 1894: A Journey into the Prehistory of Semi-Automatic Pistols

Article collectively written with Hervé Matous From 1890 to 1900, advances in metallurgy and the advent of smokeless powders led ...

The “Mitrailleuse H.D.H.” Revolver

At the end of the twentieth century, the advent of the semi-automatic pistol had a considerable impact on the handgun ...

The Tribuzio gun

It is one of the many models of manual repeating pistols designed at the end of the nineteenth century, in ...

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