Turning Points of WW2 – D-Day

To continue our series of Turning Points of WW2 we are next going to look at the opening of the Western Front: D-Day. State of play beforehand On the Eastern Front, Germany and the Soviet Union were at a standstill with the Soviets managing to hold the Germans back. At the Tehran Conference of 1943 […]

Read More...

Product Focus – US Bazooka

Special blog dedicated to one of the latest arrivals at Epic HQ, the US Bazooka. In 1942, shortly after America’s entry to World War II, a US Army Lieutenant with an engineering degree named Edward Uhl developed the shoulder-fired rocket launcher. The Bazooka went from the drawing board into combat within 30 days, setting a record for […]

Read More...

Turning Points of WW2 – Battle of Stalingrad

Whilst reading our earlier blog about Stalingrad, an interesting discussion arose in the office; What was the biggest turning point in WW2? The first five people asked that question came up with 5 different answers! We are going to have a mini series examining those 5 key events. Let us kick off with the battle […]

Read More...

May Blueprint – US Colt 1911 Pistol

In this instalment of our 12 part series on Military blueprints, we look at the American Colt 1911. Design The 1911 pistol was designed by legendary firearms designer, John Moses Browning. It was a refinement of his earlier semi-automatic pistol designs. The basic principle of the pistol is recoil operation. As the expanding combustion gases force the bullet […]

Read More...

Product Focus – Thompson Submachine Gun

Today we are looking out our range of Thompson Submachine Gun accessories. History Invented in 1918 by the American, John T. Thompson, the Thompson Sub-machine gun (also known as the ‘Tommy gun’ or ‘Chicago Typewriter’) became one of the most iconic weapons of the 20th Century. It has been used by Law Enforcement, the Military […]

Read More...