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Mauser Military Rifles of the World ebook
Mauser Military Rifles of the World ebook

Mauser Military Rifles of the World by Robert W.D. Ball

Mauser Military Rifles of the World



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Mauser Military Rifles of the World Robert W.D. Ball ebook
Format: pdf
Publisher: KP Books
ISBN: 9781440215445
Page: 400


Like what was said, it looks like three pieces of a 1,000 piece puzzle at the moment. [Editor's Note: Peter Suciu, whose previous articles for armchairgeneral.com have included the small arms (rifles, submachine guns, machine guns) of the major World War II belligerents, turns his attention to the principal hand guns used by Allied and Axis countries. Ball, by krause publications http://www.krause.com That book has a lot of photos and covers a lot of the history of the Mauser rifles. You can try "Mauser Military Rifles of the World" a book by Robert D.W. I have a big book called "Mauser Military Rifles of the World" I can probably look it up in if it is a military rifle but I would need more to go on. Tokarev's design is chambered for a 7.62x25mm Tokarev cartridge, which was itself actually based on the 7.63x25mm Mauser cartridge (they are interchangeable). Seems it could have been a good idea. I just tried to look it up in Robert Ball's Mauser Military Rifles of the World, which is pretty much considered a standard for Mauser reference, and it's not even in there! Last night I was going through 'MAUSER' Military Rifles of the World' (4th ed.)and came across this. Rifles of the World - John Walter - Google Books The third edition of this definitive reference includes expanded coverage of commercial and military rifles from around the world. What you have is a pretty rare rifle. Another Fascinating Group Of Arms To Study I've had a revelation: I have become a great fan of Mauser military bolt-action rifles. Only a few hundred or so were made. Http://www.owenguns.com/used-guns/books/ Another good example is 'Mauser Military Rifles of the World by Robert W.D.

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