Czech ZB26 light machine gun. By Robert G. Segel People in the general populace don’t think of Czechoslovakia as an...Read more
MG11 Swiss Maxim. By Robert G. Segel The Swiss Maxim MG11 is considered by many as the Swiss watch of...Read more
By Robert G. Segel Designed by Vasily Degtyaryov in 1927, the Russian DP28 was the primary light machine gun of...Read more
New Caledonia, South Pacific, 24 September 1945. An Army bazooka team demonstrates loading the improved M6A1 rocket in the M1A1...Read more
The Smatchet was developed by Lt. Col. William Fairbairn for use by British Commandos of the SOE and SAS, and...Read more
Right side of the .223 Wylde caliber Mk116. Notice the Magpul MOE pistol grip, stock and back-up sights. By Christopher...Read more
Browning Model of 1917 water-cooled machine gun. By Robert G. Segel The Browning series of .30 caliber water-cooled machine guns...Read more
British Lewis gun. By Robert G. Segel The iconic Lewis gun, invented by American Isaac Lewis, gained its fame in...Read more
Linked below via PDF is the RPG Identification Guide developed for Small Arms Review in the October 2010 issue. We have also...Read more
By Robert G. Segel Every U.S. Armament Corp “Bulldog” is field tested and, as can be seen by the number...Read more
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