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Schwarzlose 1908 Blow-Forward Pistol
We previously got to take a look at a Hino-Komuro, a Japanese blow-forward automatic pistol dating from 1908 - and today we have another blow-forward from 19...
Schwarzlose 1908 blow-forward pistol in slow motion
When we went to the range to do our video on the Schwarzlose 1908, we didn't have our slow-motion-capable camera along. I knew it would be great to get some ...
1908 Japanese Hino Komura Pistol
The Hino-Komuro pistol (sometimes spelled Komura) was developed by a young Japanese inventor named Kumazo Hino, and financed by Tomijiro Komuro in the first ...
Review: the Schwarzlose 1908 blow-forward 32acp pistol
NOTE: I fire a few rounds at around 9:20 in this video.) It may look like a run-of-the-mill old German pocket pistol, but the Schwarzlose 1908 is actually q...
"Fundamentals of Small Arms 1: Cycle Of Operation" pt2-2 1945 US Army
more at http://quickfound.net/links/military_news_and_links.html "PROCESSES OF CHAMBERING, LOCKING, FIRING, AND COCKING EXPLAINED IN DETAIL - FUNCTIONAL MODE...
Colt/Browning Sight Safety M1900
http://www.forgottenweapons.com In 1897, John Browning patented four different types of automatic pistol - a blowback type that would become the FN/Browning ...
Japanese Pistols 1893 to 1945
Japanese Military pistols from 1893 to 1945 Japanese Pistols Sources Nambu M1902 Type A Grandpa / Papa - http://www.encyklopediezbrani.cz/encyklopedie_zbrani...
"Fundamentals of Small Arms 1: Cycle Of Operation" pt1-2 1945 US Army
Savage 1907 in .45ACP at the Range
In the first years of the 20th century, the US military was looking for a new standard sidearm in a .45-caliber cartridge, and set up a series of trials to c...
A Lorenzoni-Girandoni Repeating Pistol - Part 1
This smokeless powder, cartridgeless (caseless ammunition) .22 caliber repeating pistol was designed using principles from the 18th and 19th Century gunsmith...
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