A History Of Guns And Guns Of War
Plus The Incredible Stories Behind Each One
Many people tend to idolize people who can run like a gazelle, smack horsehide with wooden sticks with predictable regularity or catch an inflated pigskin one-handed while under threat of bodily annihilation. But how many of those modern-day heroes could earn the Panzerknacker Mark?
Learn more about these men of iron, their tactics and their weapons in “The Panzerknackers: Men Against Tanks” in this issue.
Ever wondered who first fired a gun from an airplane? Discover who and when inside.
From black-powder trapdoor carbines to Europe’s 1911 to the weapons of The Man from U.N.C.L.E., this giant issue has the guns, and their stories, covered.
Get your copy, then sit back and enjoy this special edition of Surplus Military & Classic Firearms.
The M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle — The Manliest Weapon for the Manliest Generation
Fire & Brimstone — .50-70 & .45-70 Trapdoor Black Powder Handloads
Full-Auto Lightweight Legacy — M2 .30 Carbine
The Panzerknackers: Men Against Tanks — Up Close and Personal Armor Destruction
Russia’s 1911 — Exploring the Tokarev
Bang For The Buck — Zastava’s M70 Baby Tokarev
The Seminal Modern Bolt Action And Its Bloody Warning — M93 Spanish Mauser
Groovy Gun, Baby! — The Man from U.N.C.L.E. P38
Lead For Surplus Legends — Cast Bullets For Military Bolt-Action Rifles
Deadly Woodpecker — The Japanese Heavy Machine Gun Type 92
The Gun That Saved An Empire — The Sten Submachine Gun
A Bolt-Action Workhorse — The U.S. Models 1903A3 & 1903A4
Airborne Armament — Early U.S. Aircraft Weapons
First And Last And Always Nine — Beretta’s 951 9mm
Tiny, Adorable, Deadly — The Czech Vz. 61 Skorpion
Mounted Firepower — Horse-Soldier Handguns
Want To Accessorize Your WWII Guns? — Look at the Front!
Stamped Steel Showdown — The MP40 versus the M3A1 Grease Gun
Slap Leather — Holsters for the M1911 Pistol
Experience World War I — The Great War Association Reenactments
Surplus Military & Classic Firearms 2022 Special Edition includes everything listed above
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