Item Number: SAR V23-09
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:
- New Review: V23N9 – By The Small Arms Review Editorial Staff
- Made in the USA – American-Made AK-47s
- Grand Power Stribog SPg A1 – Innovative Slovakian Pistol with SMG Power & Design – By Todd Burgreen
- Dark Chambers – Gun Designers Fill Need for Fluted Chambers – By Terry Edwards
- A Political Victim – WWII Tensions Prevent Production of the MP SS42 Submachine Gun – By Michael Heidler
- Putting the “Small” in Small Arms – Fully Functional Scale Replicas – By Peter Suciu
- Learning a Combative Mindset – Gunsite Academy’s 223 Carbine Course – By Alton P. Chiu
- UK Cadet Force Weaponry – British Enfield SA80, Part 7: Cadet GP Rifle – By Jonathan Fergson
- Eliminating the Threat 00 Development of the U.S. M79 Grenade Launcher – By Frank Iannamico
- Feed That Launcher! Legal Ammo for 37mm and 40mm Launchers – By Frank Iannamico
- Heinrich Vollmer – German Entrepreneur, Inventor, Submachine Gun Influencer – By Michael Heidler
- The SR-2 SMG – Finding a Match for the Potent SP-10 Cartridge – By Lynndon Schooler
- Monster Cartridge! The .475 Bishop Short Magnum – By Dean Roxby
- Compatibility Without Modification – American Arms Delta’s New SP1 Flat Top Upper Receiver – By Tom Murphy
- Book Review: V23N9 – By Dean Roxby
- Emmageeman’s Corner: V23N9 – By Robert G. Segel
- Guns of the Silver Screen: V23N9 – By Kyle Shea
- Legally Armed: V23N9 – By Johanna Reeves, Esq.
- NFATCA Report: V23N9 – By Jeffrey Folloder