Kevin Dockery (author)
Kevin Dockery (born October, 1954 in Highland Park, Michigan) is an American fiction and nonfiction author and military historian. He is best known for his work detailing the history and weapons of the U.S. Navy SEALs. He served in the U.S. Army on the President's Guard, and as an armorer. Since retiring from the Army, he has worked as a curator for the SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce, Florida, an historian, a game designer and as a lecturer. He has written 37 books, appeared in a number of television documentaries and served as technical advisor for several motion pictures.
Future Weapons (2007)Edit
- Future Weapons (2007), New York: Berkley Trade
- Besides the ammunition it fires, the P90 has a number of very unusual and unique features that make it stand out in the field of firearms. The bullpup layout of the weapon makes the P90 the most compact fixed-stock submachine gun made.
- The physical layout of the P90 is very unusual the first time an operator sees it. The grips underneath the weapon are oddly curved with elongated holes above them to allow the fingers to wrap over the grip. Once the weapon is picked up, the style of holding the weapon dictated by the layout of the grips becomes automatic.
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