- 20th Century German Military Arms and Ammo
- France's adoption of the Fusil d'Infanterie Ml. 1886 (Lebel) firing a 8mm smokeless powder cartridge threw the German Military High Command into a panic. So much so that the Gewehr-Prufungs-Kommission (GPK – Rifle Testing Commission) at Spandau ...
- 10 Things You Didn't Know About The M1 Carbine
- During the early fighting in the Vietnam War, our main enemy—the Viet Cong—armed entire units the M1 and M2 Carbines, guns they took from the French, then from ARVN (Army of the Republic of Vietnam) and local forces of the South Vietnamese.
- Heroes & Generals Walker update brings the legendary Sturmgewehr 44, M1/M2
- The legendary Sturmgewehr 44 assault rifle can now be unlocked by German Infantrymen and US Infantrymen can now unlock a new modified M1/M2 Carbine that is able to switch between semi- and full-auto fire modes. Soviet Infantrymen will have to wait a ...
- American gunmaker transforms M1 carbine into a handgun
- U.S. weapon platforms have plenty of variations, but one American gunmaker has taken an iconic firearm and transformed it.
- 10 Odd Weapons From US Military History
- Provisionally called the T3, the system consisted of early versions of an image intensification scope and infrared illuminator mounted on a custom-built M2 carbine and powered by an external backpack battery. Several T3s served during the invasion of ...
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