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SIG AK-53: A Truly Weird Forward-Operating Rifle

SIG AK-53: A Truly Weird Forward-Operating Rifle

Hi guys, thanks for tuning in to another video on ForgottenWeapons.com. I’m Ian McCollum, and I’m here today at the National Firearms Centre, part of the British Royal Armouries in Leeds, we’re taking a look at a Swiss AK-53. This is a prototype rifle that saw no commercial success for reasons that will become incredibly clear to you in the…

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Neostead 2000 Dual-Tube Pump Shotgun

Hi guys, thanks for tuning in to another video on ForgottenWeapons dot com I’m Ian McCollum. And today we have a chance to take a look at a really unusual and really cool Forgotten shotgun, this is a Neostead 200 designed by South African designer. Tony Neophytou – in About the mid 1990s. This was a project that he spent…

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Three Variations of Party Leader PPK Pistols

Three Variations of Party Leader PPK Pistols

Hi guys, thanks for tuning in to another video on ForgottenWeapons.com. I’m Ian McCollum, and I’m here today at Legacy Collectibles taking a look at “party leader” PPKs. This is an example of the Walther PPK, a sub-variant of the PPK, that is in tremendous demand by collectors and very highly valued and very easily faked. So I have the…

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Poland’s WW2 Battle Rifle: the Maroszek wz.38M

Poland’s WW2 Battle Rifle: the Maroszek wz.38M

Hi guys, thanks for tuning in to another video on ForgottenWeapons.com. I’m Ian McCollum, and I’m here today at the James D Julia auction house up in Maine taking a look at some of the guns that they’re going to be selling in their upcoming Spring, or April, of 2017 Auction. They have some really interesting things here, and in…

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British EM-2: The Best Cold War Battle Rifle that Never Was

British EM-2: The Best Cold War Battle Rifle that Never Was

Hi guys. Thanks for tuning into another video on ForgottenWeapons.com. I’m Ian McCollum, I am here today at the Royal Armouries, the National Firearms Centre in Leeds, England, and I am here today courtesy of ARES, Armament Research Services. Today we are taking a look at a pair of British EM-2 rifles. Now this rifle was actually adopted, very briefly,…

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