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July Armourer magazine on sale

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The July issue of The Armourer has gone on sale and features D-Day on the cover. You can follow the action and then discover collectable medals, uniforms and gear.

Get inside a British tank crew as they come ashore and follow veteran Verdun Hayes as he returns to the battlefields of Normandy.
Our other main feature is an exclusive interview with Joachim Peiper, the Waffen-SS commander who fought on the Eastern Front with the LSSAH, in Italy and in the Battle of the Bulge. This interview has never been published before and was taken a year before he was murdered in France.
Also in this issue, the story of Samuel Colt and his classic revolver, a comparison of Scottish Basket Sword hilts, the use of the White Star Liners in WWI, the development of the German P38 pistol, and the weapons used at the Battle of Trafalgar.
You can order a print or digital copy on the website here.

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