Alternative title: Episode IV: The Lugs Strike Forwards
Continuing our series on the Swiss straight-pulls, we get to the next in the series: the Infanteriegewehr 1889/96. Basically an 1889 with the locking lugs moved to the front of the bolt sleeve, so to the middle of the bolt. That’s it. Sounds simple, right? right? right? Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?
Warning – this video contains a poor attempt at a kitchy sketchlet kinda thang…
Switzerland’s most popular native-English-language guns & shooting channel! Probably. Maybe. I guess. A somewhat off-the-wall and tongue-in-cheek look at firearms, military history and shooting, and a jolly good tilt at the windmills of fuddlore to go with it. And the odd off-topic vid about Switzerland, or whatever happens to take our fancy. We normally launch “in-series” vids on a Friday (early launch on a Wednesday via Patreon and the FB page https://www.facebook.com/Blokeontherange/ ), out-of-series vids launch precisely… whenever.