Item Number: SAR V06-02
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: November 2002 – By Dan Shea
- Trijicon: Combat the Unknown – By Tim Kast
- The Japanese S.N.L.F. Type 92 Lewis Tripod – By Rick Cartledge
- Bren Gun Magazine Loading Tool – By Roger Hull
- ASD: The AK Specialists – By Dan Shea
- Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung Koblenz: The German Federal Armed Forces Study Collection of Military Equipment in Koblenz – By Lawrence Heiskell, M.D.
- This is not your typical AK47: SA M7 by Arsenal, Inc. – By Jeff W. Zimba
- The Thompson Submachine Gun ID Guide, Part VII: The M1A1 Thompson Submachine Gun – By Frank Iannamico
- The Georgian Gorda – By Terry Gander
- Back to the Future: The Story of Britain’s Lost Bullpups – By Marsh Gelbart
- The VZ2000 from Ohio Ordnance Works – By Dan Shea
- Tavor Update – By Terry Gander
- Lights, Cameras, and the Valmet RPK – By Rick Cartledge
- PWC’s AOW Krinkov – By Jeff W. Zimba
- Small Arms Data by Wire (SADW): November 2002 – By Nick Steadman
- New Review: November 2002 – By Chris A. Choat
- Industry News: November 2002 – By Robert M. Hausman
- The Carson Armory – By Thomas Murphy