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A History of Swiss Military Small Arms

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In this video Eric goes over the history of Swiss military arms from the advent of the cartridge case up until modern times with relative examples of most every Swiss rifle and handgun thank to the help of our friends at Edelweiss Arms who loaned us some very rare and interesting pieces for this video. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “A History of Swiss Military Small Arms

  1. Have a Schmidt-Rubin, K31(sporterized by my grandfather, he was Swiss and bought several after he moved here), and an 1882. Didn’t know it was an earlier model until watching the video, it has the plastic black grips. I even have ammo for it, but it doesn’t fire, seems like light primer strikes.

  2. Great video! My family is originally from Switzerland and I so happen to be heading there next week. They’re marksman as well as collectors/historians of their small arms. I wish we could get Swiss firearms here as cheap as they are available there. The P210 is the holy grail of coarse…I shot one there while visiting probably 10-12 years ago. Such an accurate firearm.

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