Posted July 12, 2017 4:20 pm by Comments

By Ronaldo Olive

For five whole decades or so after World War II, the .45 ACP and 9x19mm calibers were, as known, the most widely employed in pistols and submachine guns worldwide, this including Brazil. Types in wide use by the country’s armed and police forces included the locally-made INA M.B.50 and M953, both in .45 ACP, and […]

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