Getting acquainted with the history of small arms, you can find a lot of interesting and unusual developments that attract increased human attention. One such example is the Gurojet rocket pistol. Created in the early 1960s by the designers of the American company MB Associates, the pistol actually fired miniature rockets. The reason for such an unusual design decision is the desire of the developers to combine high efficiency and low noise when firing in one sample.
The story behind the development of original high-velocity small arms cartridges begins in Germany in the 1930s. The head of the company for the production of hunting rifles and carbines "Halger" was a well-known designer in Europe, Harold Gerlich. The main direction of work of Gerlich himself was the creation of a new rifle cartridge with the highest possible bullet speed. In the spring of 1930, Harold Gerlich announced that when firing from a rifle of his own design, caliber 7 millimeters, he received an initial bullet velocity of 1400 m / s and was confident in the possibility of increasing speeds above 1650 m / s. This information caused a heated controversy in the firearms press, and many prominent experts were rather skeptical of Gerlich's statement ...
There is an opinion that the firearm made a man out of a monkey .. we don’t know how true this is, but the fact that the firearm has become an integral part of his life is a fact. We strongly recommend that you use the firearm only for self-defense and hunting purposes, or just shoot cans and want to tell you about some interesting facts related to it.