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Latest IssuePacked into the latest issue of The Armourer
A Fair Day’s Work The Armourer takes a look at who is selling what at arms and militaria fairs around the country
The Bren gun. By George Prescott
75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain By Ken Rimell
An Illustrated Look at the British Army of August 1914 Royal Regiment of Artillery (Regulars and Special Reserve). By Ray Westlake
A Scrapbook of Memories. By Ken Rimell
Caps and Cap Badges Part 1: Pre-1900. By Goff Lumley
Bayonets Factfile Bayonet Fact File No. 64: A British Unofficial Commercial Pattern 1888 Bayonet. By R.D.C. Evans
German Military Rifle Cartridges, Part III From Sedan to the Anschluss. By Paul Scarlata
Allied vs Axis: sidearms In the latest instalment in the series, we take a look at three iconic pistols of World War II. Benjamin Russell reports from Las Vegas.
Nebelwerfer Relic. By Tim Heath
SS membership badges. By Jamie Cross
The Highbridge to Meare Stopline A Wartime Treasure by John Norris
Waterloo: The last ‘Hundred Days’ By Gerald Prenderghast
Plus: A Fair day's work • Under the Hammer • Book Reviews • Ask the Armourer • News & Views • Collectors Corner • Arms Fair Diary