Developed in the late 1940s, the Uzi was adopted by the Isaeli special forces in 1954, and then by the regular army in 1956. It is the most produced submachine gun in the world, and has been exported to over 90 countries!
The Bren was a Czech design which was adopted by the British Army in 1938. It’s name comes from combining the name of the Czech town it was developed in (Brno) with the name of the British arms manufacturing facility in Enfield. This originally .303 British chambered light machine gun was the workhorse of theRead More
Probably the most famous, non-American, belt-fed machine gun in history, it’s awesome rate of fire was 1200-1500 rounds per minute (that’s 20+ rounds per second!). Since its introduction in 1942, it has remained in front-line service with many nations, and is still being used in active combat today in a very slightly modified design (MG3).Read More
Check out our products in films such as: “1923” – Paramount’s “Yellowstone” prequel starring Harrison Ford. Our dummy rounds (inert ammunition) was used exclusively for this production. We were also the source of blanks for Spencer Dutton’s African big game rifle in .416 Rigby! “The Old Way” – Nicholas Cage’s 2023 western movie. Even ourRead More
Short history and specifications of the M16 family (M16A1, M16A2, M4, and M4A1).
Short history and specifications of the STEN Mk2, Mk3, & Mk.5.
Short history and specifications of the M3 and M3A1 “Grease Gun”
Check them out in action! The WWII version – M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle (The BAR) The Original – Model of 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle Short history and specifications of the WWI M1918 and WWII M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifles (BAR). The slow and fast fire modes of the 1918A2 BAR.
Check them out in action! M1A1 Thompson Short history and specifications of the M1928A1 and M1A1 Thompson submachine guns (SMG). Test firing J&M Spec .45 ACP Blanks in the M1A1.
Check them out in action! M1919 Air-Cooled Browning Light Machine Gun Short history and specs on the M1917A1 water-cooled & M1919A4 air-cooled Browning .30 caliber machine guns.