United States Submachine Guns: From The American 180 to The ZX-7
This profusely illustrated new book covers the research and development of the submachine gun in the U.S. from World War I to the present. Some of the weapons and subjects covered in this well-researched work include:
Post WWII Submachine Guns Reising M50, Ithaca M3A1, Erquiaga SMG, McQueen Sidewinders, The Unger, Ingram M5, M6, M7, M8 and M9, Ingram M10, MAC 10, MAC 11, Texas MAC M10A1, Jersey Arms M10, RPB MACs, SWD MACS and M11/Nine, Smith & Wesson Model 76, West Hurley Thompsons and Drum Magazines, The Viking, AM 180, MK Arms MK760, Global Arms M76A1, Stemple Submachine Guns, Medea Corporation M3A1, Colt 9mm Submachine Guns (M16), Group and Vector UZIs, Calico 960 SMG
WWII Submachine Guns The Pederson Device, The Hyde 109 submachine gun, The Hyde Model 35, Smith & Wesson Light Rifle, H&R Reising, Atmed submachine gun, Hi Standard Submachine Gun, The Woodhull, 1928 Thompson Submachine Gun, M1 and M1A1 Thompsons, Hyde-Inland, Masco Submachine Gun, U.S. M2 Submachine Gun, The Turner, United Defense UD M42, U.S. M3A1, Auto-Ordnance T-2, The T15 and T20, The U.S. M3 Submachine Gun, United Defense UD-1, The Olsen Submachine Gun, The Sedgley , The Ruger MP9
Plus...learn how many foreign submachine guns fared when tested against the U.S. designs at the Aberdeen Proving Ground from 1939 to 1943
Written by Frank Iannamico
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