The Browning Auto-5 is a recoil-operated autoloading shotgun. Being the first successful autoloading shotgun designed, production of this firearm continued until 1998. The name of the Browning Auto-5 designates its capacity to hold five shells, four in the magazine and one in the chamber. (more…)
The Steyr Scout is a modern, scoped bolt action rifle chambered for 7.62 NATO (.308 Winchester) rounds and is intended to fill the role of a versatile, all round rifle. Apart from the barrel and action, it is made of materials consistent of polymer and is accurate to 300-400 metres. (more…)
The M14 rifle was formally known as the United States Rifle, is an American selective fire automatic rifle using 7.62x51mm NATO rounds. Superceded in the late 1960’s by the M16, it remains in limited front line service, and is still a ceremonial weapon. The M14 also provides the basis for M21 and M25 rifles. It was the last so-called “battle rifle” which used full-power rifle ammunition issued to U.S. troops. (more…)
The Ruger Mini-14 is a small, lightweight semi-auto carbine. The Mini-14 can fire both .223 Remington cartridge and the similar 5.56x45mm military round. Since 2005, All Mini’s are marketed and named “Ranch Rifle”. (more…)
The scout rifle is a class of all-purpose rifles touted by Jeff Cooper in the early 1980’s.
A scout rifle is a bolt action carbine, usually with .308 rounds, less than a metre in length, and less than 3 kilograms in weight. (more…)
The MP-25 is a blowback operated, single action “pocket” handgun. Using .25 rounds, this semi-automatic pistol was developed by George Jennings in the late 60’s.
The Walther P38 is a 9mm semi-automatic pistol was developed for the service in the Wehrmacht at the start of WWII. It was intended to replace the Luger 108 in 1942.
The Walther P38 has a double action trigger, which is curious for it is the first pistol to have such a feature and have a locked-breech. (more…)