This month's book vote focuses on our Weapon series, as 5 potential titles battle it out for your vote:
WPN: The Makarov Pistol
WPN: The Browning Hi-Power
WPN: Smith & Wesson Revolvers
WPN: Glock Pistols
WPN: The Walther P38 Pistol
The Makarov Pistol
Formally adopted by the Soviet armed forces and police in 1951, the simple but elegant Makarov semi-automatic pistol saw widespread action around the world and remains in production today.
The Browning Hi-Power
Entering service in 1935, the formidable Browning Hi-Power semi-automatic pistol equipped both Allied and Axis forces during World War II and continued in NATO service for decades after 1945.
Smith & Wesson Revolvers
Since the 1850s Smith & Wesson’s rugged revolvers have seen action in the hands of soldiers, sailors, law-enforcement personnel, outlaws, settlers and many others, notably General Custer.
Since the early 1980s the Glock family of innovative semi-automatic pistols have equipped the military and law-enforcement personnel of dozens of countries, notably the USA and UK.
The Walther P38 Pistol
Intended to replace the expensive P08 Luger as the standard German service pistol, the influential Walther P38 saw widespread action with German and other forces during and after World War II.
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Now it's time to announce the results of June's book vote. June's vote focused on our X-Planes series.It was a close one again this month, with Northrop F-20 Tiger Shark almost claiming the top spot, but in the end, the winner was Dutch and Belgian Pre-War Prototypes, which claimed 26.98% of the vote. Thanks to everyone who took part, and don't forget to vote in this month's Weapon vote.
|XPL: Dutch and Belgian Pre-War Prototypes||26.98%|
|XPL: RAF Mach 3 Bombers of the Cold War: English Electric P.10 and Avro 730||16.49%|
|XPL: Northrop F-20 Tigershark||25.41%|
|XPL: Schneider Trophy Racing Seaplanes||15.14%|
|XPL: US Navy Fighter Prototypes of World War II||15.98%|