By Nick SteadmanSADW is a monthly electronic publication from Nick Steadman Features. Nick, intrepid world traveling reporter for much of...Read more
By Edwin F. LibbyThe Japanese Type 100 submachine gun, Model of 1944, was manufactured by Nagoya Army Arsenal at its...Read more
By Jeff W. ZimbaThere is no way we can devote an issue of Small Arms Review to the Pacific Theatre...Read more
By Frank IannamicoEugene Reising conceived the Reising submachine in 1938 as a military and police weapon. Harrington & Richardson Arms...Read more
Fort Clayton, Panama Canal Zone, 13 Jun 42. “Bushmasters” in jungle warfare training are careful to hold their weapons high...Read more
By Chad Hire - Many years ago, a fellow Class-3 dealer wanted to show me a new subgun he had...Read more
Japanese Nambu Type 96 LMG with case for two spare magazines. Photo: E.F. Libby By Edwin F. LibbyIn the jungle...Read more
The Japanese Rifleman of 1941 would not have looked out of place in the trenches of 1918. By Dan SzatkowskiThe...Read more
By Robert Bruce“The only really revolutionary new American weapon that got overseas in time for widespread combat use was the...Read more
By Bob CampbellPerhaps the most deprecated of all World War Two handguns is the Japanese Nambu. It has been described...Read more
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