By Luc Guillou
The design, manufacturing, development, and combat use of the various Mauser rifle models from 1918 through World War II.
Post-WWI manufacturers defined the characteristics of a future German regulation rifle, the Mauser, derived from the WWI-era Gewehr 98. After the Nazi accession of the German government, the improved version of the Gewehr 98 was adopted in 1934 under the designation "K98k." This book presents the various models of this famous rifle, as well as the changes made to its manufacture during the Second World War.
Close-up views of markings
Serial numbers list
A visual breakdown of the weapons
Accessories such as ammunition, ammo pouches, bayonets, magazines, scopes, and cleaning kits
Rarely seen combat-related uniform and equipment items
This full-color, illustrated book is the second of two volumes on Mauser rifles, written by Luc Guillou, a writer and editor for REGI ARM publishing in Paris, who has written extensively on historical and modern weaponry.
Size: 9.0in x 12.0in | Pages: 80
| Over 370 color and b/w photos