Tag: history

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Guns of the Tatmadaw: Burmese/Myanmar Small Arms Development


The Myanmar Military (“Tatmadaw” in Burmese) is one of the only Southeast Asian nations that manufactures the majority of its small arms and light weapons (up to 120mm mortars) and has been doing so since the early 1950s in collaboration with a number of foreign allies. The majority of [Read More…]

TFBTV: German World War Two Guns in Action


What would it be like to try and attempt to shoot historical small arms in some of the ways that they were actually used in the past? We try and do that in this episode with German small arms in a small team setting, assaulting an objective across open terrain using a base of fire […] [Read More…]

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The Retro AR Collection of Enhanced Tactical Arms

We recently wrote about Enhanced Tactical Arms with their new grip design at SHOT 2018. But during the show, we were able to get a behind the scenes look at the small companies efforts to replicate the developmental history of the M4 carbine from the early beginnings [Read More…]

A Light Machine Gun for Independence: The Israeli Dror


The Israeli Dror Light Machine Gun was born during a time of necessity. What would later become the state of Israel was fighting off numerous enemies all around it and needed every weapon system possible. Through this endeavor, a sympathetic employer who formerly worked at Johnson Automatics helped [Read More…]

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[Shot 2018] Caracal USA


In today’s episode, we follow Miles to Shot Show 2018 Media Day at the Range and visit Caracal USA. Caracal brings the enhanced F 9mm pistol with standard sights or the quick sight system, allowing for faster follow up shots. Boasting 18+1 capacity the enhanced F could also be purchased with night [Read More…]