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This 1930s Sporting Rifle Has Curves Like a Pinup Girl

This Walther-Heinemann Toggle Lock Sporting Rifle is quite a sharp looking rifle.

There is certainly more than looks to this interesting rifle.

Ian from Forgotten Weapons tell us all about this Walther-Heinemann Toggle Lock Sporting Rifle.

If you like the classic sporting rifles of yesterday with interesting features and sweet curves, the Walther-Heinemann Toggle Lock Sporting Rifle is then your dream.

Ian of Forgotten Weapons takes a look at this very interesting toggle lock action rifle. In the 1930s, this rifle was made by the German Walther Company targeted to the sporting rifle market. It was originally designed of military use where it failed to catch on.

This Walther-Heinemann Toggle Lock Sporting Rifle fires in semi-automatic mode with an unusual action that just has to be witnessed. This rifle indeed is quite a unique weapon that just never made it big.

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This 1930s Sporting Rifle Has Curves Like a Pinup Girl