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What Makes a Weapon Inhumane?

What Makes a Weapon Inhumane?

Since the beginning of mankind as a species, weapons have been some of our cleverest and most important inventions. Over hundreds and thousands of years of war and killing, humanity has continued to devise new ways to kill one another. Often in brutal fashion. From the club, to the spear to the bow, the catapult, the musket up till today,…

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1938 Swedish Army Trials Luger

1938 Swedish Army Trials Luger

Hi guys, thanks for tuning in to another video on ForgottenWeapons.com. I’m Ian McCollum, and I’m here today at the Rock Island Auction Company taking a look at a Swedish test Luger. Now Sweden tested the Luger in, like, 1904, along with pretty much every other interesting and potentially viable semi-auto pistol that was out there on the market. They…

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Knight’s Assault Machine Guns at the Range

Knight’s Assault Machine Guns at the Range

Hi guys, thanks for tuning in to another video on ForgottenWeapons.com. I’m Ian McCollum, and I am here today at Knight’s Armament getting a chance to take a look at something that is not forgotten because most people don’t probably know about it yet. This is Knight’s … they’re calling it a light assault machine gun, and they have two…

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Small Arms of WWI Primer 007: German Walther Model 4 Pistol

Small Arms of WWI Primer 007: German Walther Model 4 Pistol

The town of Zella-Mehlis is centuries old, but its claim to global fame would be its strategic location along trade routes and surrounded by iron and copper mines, it became a craftsman’s hub before firearms were even popular in warfare. The traditions continued, adapting to new technology, until in 1908 a little family-owned shop introduce their first pocket pistol. Two…

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Arctic Warfare Magnum: Accuracy International L115A3

Arctic Warfare Magnum: Accuracy International L115A3

Hi guys, thanks for tuning in to another video on ForgottenWeapons.com. I’m Ian McCollum and we are here today taking a look at the current British Army standard sniper rifle. This is the L115A3, and it is chambered for the .338 Lapua Magnum, a really huge cartridge. Now the roots of this rifle in British service go back to the…

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