Item Number: SAR V24-03
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 Products: V24N3 – By The Small Arms Review Editorial Staff
- Editorial Special: Precision Rifle Training
- The Jaeger 30 Suppressor – Using Advanced Armament’s Excellent Hunting Tools – By Todd Burgreen
- OF Foregrips, Form and Function – The Wasp and Venom From FXD – By Will Dabbs, MD
- Assessing Tavor SAR Models: 56mm, X95 and 7.63x35mm – By Oleg Volk
- Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds – Centuries’ Worth of Historical Weaponry – By Kyle Shea
- Ruger Hawkeye Long-Range Hunter – Light in Weight … Heavy on Performance – By Todd Burgreen
- WWII Semiauto Weapons – Stacking Up the American M1 Garand, Soviet SVT-40 and German G43 – By Peter Suciu
- Out with the Old, In with the New S&T Motiv STC-16 – By Heebum Hong
- Stealth Recon Scout – Desert Tech’s Lighter SRS-A2 Covert Rifle – By Oleg Volk
- Khyber Pass Darraie – The Soviet Makarov-Patterned Handgun Copy – By Miles Vining
- Czechoslovak Model 48 Submachine Guns (SMGs 23 and 25) – By David Pazdera
- French Experimental Submachine Guns (194501949) – By Jean Huon
- A Brief History of the Submachine Gun – 1915 to Today – By Tom Murphy
- Book Review: V24N3 – By Dean Roxby
- Emmageeman’s Corner: V24N3 – By Robert G. Segel
- Legally Armed: V24N3 – By Johanna Reeves, Esq.
- NFATCA Report: V24N3 – By Jeff Folloder