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  1. Armor, APC, Artillery, Anti Tank, Mortar, Warplane
    Would anyone be able to tell what that small breechloading cannon in the ground is? I've tried looking into it with no avail.
  2. The Military Mauser Forum
    Hello guys! Recently this rifle popped up on a Hungarian auction site. It is quite an interesting one, let me tell you why. The rifle has a standard Gew. 88 action, a Gew. 88 flip sight, and a jacketless barrel. The flip sight is very typical on early Chinese Type 88 rifles. Placement of the...
  3. "The American Arsenal" US Weapons - Past & Present
    Hey Folks! I bring you a neat milsurp rifle. All of this information is what I’ve been able to garner through the internet and C.S Ferris' book on 1917s. If you have any more information or sources regarding this rifle and it's possible history, please share! This is an Eddystone M1917...
  4. Mannlicher, Steyr & Blackpowder Cartridge Rifles
    Recently, I've been looking through Getty Images' various period photographs of Chinese soldiers with their weapons, and I've noticed that every photo I've seen with a G88-style rifle before 1930 is missing the characteristics that distinguish the Hanyang 88. The earliest photo I can find of...
  5. The Czech Weapons Board
    Recently purchased this rifle at auction. Unlike the majority of Chinese Vz. 24s, it's not 1937 dated and looks to be all-matching. The abnormally low serial number (265, no prefix) makes me wonder when these were actually contracted. I don't think it's one of those Chinese reproductions of the...
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