Small Arms Review Back Issue: Volume 4, Number 6 (March 2001)

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Published since 1997, Small Arms Review brings authoritative content to small arms enthusiasts. SAR is widely considered to be the number one small arms resource in the world, providing a forum for all aspects of consumer, military and law enforcement small arms interests.

See Description below for a list of articles included in this issue.

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Item Number: SAR V04-06

Published since 1997, Small Arms Review brings authoritative content to small arms enthusiasts. SAR is widely considered to be the number one small arms resource in the world, providing a forum for all aspects of consumer, military and law enforcement small arms interests.

See Description below for a list of articles included in this issue.

Articles included in this issue:

  • New Review: March 2001 – By Chris A. Choat
  • SITREP: March 2001 – By Dan
  • The Johnson Automatics Part I: The M1941 Semi-Automatic Rifle – By Frank Iannamico
  • The 30 Round Grin – By Lee Arten
  • The Ingram Model 6 An Idea Whose Time Has Come? – By Lee Arten
  • The German Fallschirmj√§gergewehr 42 – By Frank Iannamico
  • Kulspruta Model 1936 in the Fiftieth State – By Mark Genovese
  • The P.A.W.S ZX-Semi Automatic Carbine Series: The American Sterling – By Brian Zuzelo
  • The Pietro Beretta Museum – By James J. Besemer
  • The Missing Link: Heckler & Koch’s “Family” Submachine Gun – By Jim Schatz
  • When size does matter… – By Thomas Hoel
  • Bushmaster 25mm Machine Cannon – By Robert Bruce
  • The New Israeli Micro Galil: Semi-automatic MAGAL .30 carbine – By Jani Kotnik
  • Small Arms Review In Phoenix, AZ For SAR Show – By Jeff W. Zimba
  • Make a mine a Mini, a Mini Assault Rifle that is… – By Jim Schatz
  • Association News: March 2001 – By Larry Pratt
  • Book Reviews: March 2001 – By Lee Arten
  • Small Arms Data by Wire (SADW): March 2001 – By Nick Steadman
  • Industry News: March 2001 – By Robert M. Hausman