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Forgotten Weapon: The Uniquely Awkward Sunngård Automatic Pistol

Forgotten Weapon: The Uniquely Awkward Sunngård Automatic Pistol

Harald Sunngård was a Norwegian inventor in the early years of the 20th century who noticed a common perceived weakness of automatic pistols: reloads under stress were often bungled by shooters, leaving them vulnerable to return fire without being able to shoot back. Doing the classic inventor thing, Sunngård figured out a solution to the problem in 1909…

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