Posted September 2, 2015 9:00 am by Comments

By Dennis Adler


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Umarex MODEL 712

Gletcher Nagant

Gletcher Tokarev TT

Umarex LEGENDS P.08

Gletcher CLT 1911

Umarex Walther P.38

Webley Mk VI

It’s hard to imagine that these different guns from different eras, even from different centuries, all came together in one time period, but during World War II this unlikely convergence of arms did in fact take place. Even today, after more than 70 years, there remains an almost inexplicable attraction to these assorted military revolvers and pistols.

Aside from the Colt Model 1911, most are of foreign origin, including the Broomhandle Mauser; the British Empire’s venerated .455-caliber Webley Mk …read more

Source:: Tactical Life

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