Item Number: SAR V24-07
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: V24N7 – By The Small Arms Review Editorial Staff
- The Witness Hunter: Maximum Effort … Maximum Power – By Todd Burgreen
- Undeniably ‘Awesome’ – The Barrett M82A1 Light Fifty – By Will Dabbs, M.D.
- The U.S. M3/M/A1 “Grease Gun” – Equipping Armed Forces in Post-War Austria – By Michael Heidler
- Firearms Training – Rimfire Conversions and Clones – By Oleg Volk
- Springfield Armory’s M1A SOCOM 16 – Think Outside the Box on Scout Rifle Setup – By Todd Burgreen
- Back to Basics – The History of Gunpowder – By Tom Murphy
- Ephemeral Rivalry – Luigi Franchi’s Submachine Gun LF-57 – By Michael Heidler
- A Perfect Resurrection – Brownells’ BRN-1805TM – By Josh Wayner
- Experimental French Carbines – Development of Small Arms From 1948 to 1951 – By Jean Huon
- A Competition Pistol That Holds 33 Rounds? – Meet the Keltec CP33 – By Oleg Volk
- A Reenactor’s Paradise – The War and Peace Revival 2019 – By Kyle Shea
- Editorial Special: Full-Auto and Semi-Auto Magazines
- Book Review: V24N7- By Dean Roxby
- Emmageeman’s Corner: V24N7 – By Robert G. Segel
- Legally Armed: V24N7 – By Johanna Reeves, Esq.
- NFATCA Report: V24N7 – By Jeffrey Folloder