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The most recent Vickers Manual has become available: World war 2 Germany, Volume 2. In which the first volume centered on secure action rifles and submachine guns, this second volume has got the really awesome stuff: semiauto and choose-fire rifles, machine guns, and last-ditch arms. Additionally, it features a section on presentation pistols. And fair disclosure I had been among the adding authors, so you’ll have some of my bylines within the book.
The Vickers Guide series are considered unsuitable to become reference books, but instead gorgeous coffee-table material. The photography that James Rupley gives them is simply fantastic an excellent you won’t get in every other firearms print material. That stated, the books have been receiving gradually more in depth within their text commentary with time, which one includes sections from a lot of subject-matter experts – you may just learn something while searching between your photographs!
Of particular note within this book when it comes to rarity are generally early and late pattern FG-42s (as well as their accessories), a Grossfuss StG, an StG45(H), MG-30, MKb42(W), along with a folding-stock G33/40 rifle. If you are looking at German World war 2 small arms, it’s not someone to miss.
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