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  2. Raven Arms - Wikipedia

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    Raven Arms was a firearms manufacturer established in 1970 by firearms designer George Jennings. The Gun Control Act of 1968 prohibiting the importation of inexpensive handguns prompted Jennings to design the MP-25, a .25-caliber semi-automatic pistol, and enter the firearms business. Raven has been referred to as the original "Ring of Fire ...

  3. Pistol grip - Wikipedia

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    Pistol grip. Protruding hand grip (on right) of the SIG SG 550 (protruding) Stock with semi-pistol grip on a Finnish M39 Mosin–Nagant rifle. Straight or English stock (non-pistol grip) on a Soviet M38 Mosin–Nagant carbine. On a firearm or other tools, a pistol grip is a distinctly protruded handle underneath the main mechanism, to be held ...

  4. FP-45 Liberator - Wikipedia

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    The FP-45 was a crude, single-shot pistol designed to be cheaply and quickly mass-produced. It had just 23 largely stamped and turned steel parts that were cheap and easy to manufacture. It fired the .45 ACP pistol cartridge from an unrifled barrel. Due to this limitation, it was intended for short-range use, 1–4 yards (0.91–3.66 m).

  5. Modern technique - Wikipedia

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    Modern technique. The modern technique (abbreviation of modern technique of the pistol) is a method for using a handgun for self-defense, originated by firearms expert Jeff Cooper. [1] The modern technique uses a two-handed grip on the pistol and brings the weapon to eye level so that the sights may be used to aim at the target.

  6. Vertical forward grip - Wikipedia

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    A vertical forward grip or foregrip is a vertical pistol grip mounted on the fore-end of a long-barrel firearm, designed for grasping by the frontal support hand (or "off hand"). Use [ edit ] An M4 carbine showing a GPS-02 "Grip Pod", a type of vertical grip that has a deployable bipod inside the handle

  7. Walther P38 - Wikipedia

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    Sights. Rear notch and front blade post. The Walther P38 (originally written Walther P.38) is a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the Wehrmacht at the beginning of World War II. It was intended to replace the comparatively complex and expensive to produce Luger P08.

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    Gun violence, protecting democracy, climate change and women’s reproductive rights also were higher than the war in Gaza. But John Della Volpe, director of polling at the Harvard Kennedy School ...

  9. Heckler & Koch MP5 - Wikipedia

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    The Heckler & Koch MP5 ( German: Maschinenpistole 5) is a submachine gun developed in the 1960s by German firearms manufacturer Heckler & Koch. It uses a similar modular design to the Heckler & Koch G3, and has over 100 variants and clones, [14] including selective fire, semi-automatic, suppressed, compact, and even marksman variants. [15]

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