Part VII:

New Lewis Rifles, and Pistols

   Colonel Lewis Patents a New Rear-Locked

   Breech Action

 

   Colonel Lewis Predicts new business Opportunities

 

   Sharing His Views with the U.S. Navy

 

   Colonel Lewis Firms Up His offer to Develop a New

   Light Machine Rifle

 

 

Lewis And Huberty Continue Top Secret  Developments

 

   The First "Secret Prototype (September, 1917)

   The Second "Secret Prototype (September, 1918)

   The Third "Secret Prototype (September, 1918)

   Disposition of the Three "Secret" Lewis/Huberty

   Prototype

 

 

Shades of Dr. McClean: the Lewsi :Shock Action"

Auto Rifle

   From the Patents: How the Lewis "Shock Action"

   Rifle Worked

 

   Other Patented Features of the Lewis "Shock

   Action" Rifle

 

   Disappointment: Taking the Shock Action Rifle    

   Abroad

 

   High Praise for Oliver Huberty: "Service Beyond

   Price"

 

The Lewis .45 Caliber Automatic Pistols

   The Lewis Fully Automatic "Shoack Action" Pistols

 

   Two Later Lewis Automatic Pistols

 

 Latter Lewis Rifle Developments Devbelopments: Henry Rudd in Paris

 

   The Rare Sample Lewis "Mitrailleuse"

 

   Redesigning the "Shock Action" Auto Rifle

  

   The Last Gasp: the Modèle 1924 Lewis Machine

   Rifle

 

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ART VII
CHAPTER CONTENT
24 NEW LEWIS RIFLES, AND PISTOLS
   

 

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ABLE OF CONTENTS

PART           TITLE

I

THE POLITICS

II

FORGED IN A TRIAL BY FIRE

III

ALLIED AFTERMATH

IV

LEWIS IN DEPTH

V

THE FORTUNES OF WAR

VI ACCESSORIES AND ANCILLARIES
VII PARALLEL DEVELOPMENTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

CHAPTER TWENTY TWO


 

 

 

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