Item Number: SAR V15-02
Published since 1997, Small Arms Review brings authoritative content to small arms enthusiasts. SAR is widely considered to be the number one small arms resource in the world, providing a forum for all aspects of consumer, military and law enforcement small arms interests.
See Description below for a list of articles included in this issue.
Articles included in this issue:
- SITREP – By Dan Shea
- New Review – By Chris A. Choat
- NFATCA Report: Tips on Buying a Machine Gun – By John Brown
- Book Review: The Sterling Years: Small Arms and the Men – By Dean Roxby
- Operation Wounded Heroes Shoot II – By Jeff W. Zimba
- The Century International AES 10B – By Todd Burgreen
- Those West Hurley Thompson Parts – By Tom Davis, Jr.
- S. Automatic Machine Rifle Model of 1909 – By Robert G. Segel
- LEUPOLD: Modern Innovations in the Optics Industry – By Jason M. Wong
- Sionics Incorporated – By Frank Iannamico
- MLR Distributing – A Little Something for Everybody – By Jeff W. Zimba
- Guns for the Kiwis: Philip Charlton’s Patchwork Machine Gun – By J David Truby
- WW2 U.S. Cal. 30 Browning Fabric Belts – By Jean-Francois Legendre
- The Memorial Site and Armored Corps Museum in Latrun, Israel – By Dan Shea
- A Brief History of the Maxim 1909 .22 Caliber Silencer – By Mark White