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THE TACTICAL MARINE MODEL SHOTGUN BY THE MILITARY ARMS CORPORATION

                                                             BY: NICK JACOBELLIS After field testing three SDS Imports/Tisas Brand 1911s (two in 9mm and one in .45 ACP) and being incredibly impressed, I decided to evaluate a Turkish made Military Arms Corporation Tactical Marine Shotgun. Even though I now live in the desert and will likely never again be near salt water …

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SIDE FOLDING, RETRACTABLE/TELESCOPING, UNDER-FOLDING STOCKS

AND STABILIZING BRACES ON RIFLES, SUBMACHINE GUNS, PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS  By Nick Jacobellis One of the more significant advancements that has been made in the firearms industry, has involved the installation of side folding, under-folding, and retractable/telescoping stocks on a variety of rifles, submachine guns, as well as on certain shotguns. In recent years, a …

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Brian E. Walter Books – Casemate UK

Post by Moon Mullins Here is something from my publisher regarding my most recent book (left) and my first book (right). Both are available 30% off from Pen and Sword.- Brian Walter 🟢Today is the 75th annual #CommonwealthDay. 🔵Did you know that the British Empire and Commonwealth eventually employed upwards of two million men in …

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Tactical Survival 101- New book by Nick Jacobellis

Article and Review by Christopher (Moon) Mullins A Modern Perspective on “Tactical Survival 101” by Nick Jacobellis Ever wonder what it takes to survive when the unexpected hits? “Tactical Survival 101” goes beyond basic training, equipping soldiers with the skills needed to thrive even when technology fails. Military personnel, Law Enforcement Officers, and paratroopers are …

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Into the Endless Mist, Vol 1, The Aleutian Campaign, June- August 1941

Review and rating by Christopher Eric (Moon) Mullins Author : Michal A Piegzik DetailsGeneral – Pages : 106 | Images : 68 b/w photos, 17 colour profiles, 5 b/w maps, 1 colour map, 7 diagrams, 39 tables Paperback – Date of Publication : 6th December 2023 | Size : 297mm x 210mm | ISBN : …

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The Tanks are Coming Through Now, The Brigade battles at Gazala, May- June 1942

Review by Christopher Eric (Moon) Mullins Author : Neal Dando DetailsGeneral – Pages : 192 | Images : 8 colour maps, 3 tables Paperback – Date of Publication : 4th December 2023 | Size : 234mm x 156mm | ISBN : 9781804512326 | Helion Book Code : HEL1661 Neal Dando does a great job of storytelling regarding …

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The Ones Who Got Away: Mighty Eighth Airmen on the Run in Occupied Europe

Review by Peter Belmonte Bill Yenne, The Ones Who Got Away: Mighty Eighth Airmen on the Run in Occupied Europe. Oxford, UK: Osprey Publishing, 2024. Hardcover, illus., 320pp. Of the approximately 50,000 United States Army Air Forces Eighth Air Force airmen who were downed in occupied Europe during World War II, about 3,000 successfully evaded …

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Book Review: Jutland 1916: The Archaeology of a Naval Battlefield.

Book Review by Peter L. Belmonte The author is Innes McCartney, Jutland 1916: The Archaeology of a Naval Battlefield. Oxford, UK: Osprey Publishing, 2016. Hardcover, illus., 272pp.In Jutland 1916: The Archaeology of a Naval Battlefield, marine archaeologist and author Innes McCartney discusses his examination of the underwater wrecks of twenty-two of the twenty-five vessels sunk …

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