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Bulgarian Military Rifle Cartridges — A little bit of everything!

Paul Scarlata - July 25, 2011

Paul Scarlata's report in the 11/1 SGN will cover rifle ammunition of Bulgaria, a Balkan...

Gunsmithing

Building a Hybrid Yugoslav M70B1 from a Stub with Screws

George Spafford - July 22, 2011

By George Spafford Part 2 George Spafford is building a replica of the Yugo M70B rifle...

The Type 99 Arisaka Japan's last bolt-action military rifle

Paul Scarlata - July 21, 2011

It never completely replaced the Type 38 in Japanese service, but was a rugged and reliable...

Gunsmithing

Building a Hybrid Yugoslavian M70B1 from a Stub with Screws

George Spafford - July 15, 2011

Part 1 ' The AK family of rifles is quite diverse. Builders and collectors of...

Guns of Spetsnaz: Pocket Artillery and Other Big Guns

Ashley Dale - July 12, 2011

By Marco Vorobiev These Soviet special forces had some nasty surprises in hand for their...

WWII German Sniper Training — Part 7

Brock Norman - July 07, 2011

A highly decorated German sniper instructor recounts a duel he had with a Soviet sniper, and

Historical

Arms of the Dominican Republic

Ashley Dale - July 07, 2011

It's a peaceful tourist destination now, but like a lot of Caribbean countries, it has an

Handguns

Pocket 9mms — Just Right Or Too Much Of A Good Thing?

Ashley Dale - July 06, 2011

A new generation of .380s got people thinking about pocket pistols, and it didn't take long...

WWII German Sniper Training — Part 6

Brock Norman - July 05, 2011

In part 6, a German sniper instructor recounts how he and his observer used their observation

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