Cold War Era


Post World War II, a Cold War ensued after and would last several decades to see who would emerge victorious: Communists or Democracies. With that, a race to innovate within each re-spective nation including firearms. With The United States’ M16 rifle or the Soviet Union’s AK-47 just to name a couple, each represented a clear distinction between both sides.

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Firearms Designer Spotlight: Fedor Tokarev

The interwar period in the Soviet Union saw the rapid modernization of the Soviet military’s small arms. The Nagant 1895 and the Mosin-Nagant M91/30 were quickly becoming obsolete as military firearms. A new rifle and sidearm were necessary to bring the Red Army in line with its European competition. In response to […]
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