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Old 04-20-2016   #1
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Default 'One man, one shot': British Army post-WW2 choices of ammunition

Infantry fighting features here, often on the choice of ammo and weapons. So from my "armchair" I think this blog will be of interest. The responses are just as interesting, even the Bradley IFV gets a mention.


The author has a forthcoming book 'Weapon of Choice: Small Arms and the Culture of Military InnovationLink:

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Thanks for cross posting my article to SWJ Blog. Pleased you think it's interesting. Look forward to more debate.


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