Twenty-first Century Small Arms: The World's Great Infantry Weapons

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MBI Publishing Company, 2003 - History - 96 pages
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Twenty-First Century Small Arms contains the most important weapons currently in use by infantry forces around the world. Developments in engineering and materials have increased the lethality of small arms, resulting in individual soldiers being able to carry weapons that are both lightweight but able to lay down large amounts of firepower against enemy troops at long ranges.

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Steve Crawford has written a number of books on military subjects, including Tanks of World War II, Deadly Fighting Skills of the World, The SAS at Close Quarters, The Eastern Front Day by Day and Battleships and Carriers. He lives in the south of England.

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