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A wrought iron gate which sat outside the former Dachau concentration camp in Germany was stolen sometime over the weekend.
The piece was 75 by 37 inches, rested within a second, larger gate and displayed the phrase “Arbeit macht frei,” which translates into “Work sets you free.”
Dachau, which was established in 1933, was the first concentration camp set up by the Nazis. The camp held more than 200,000 prisoners, over 40,000 of whom died there.
The camp, which is now set up as a memorial, was liberated by U.S. forced on April 29, 1945.
Walther PDP: Thick in Size, Superb in Performance
Walther unleashed their Performance Duty Pistol, or PDP, to a flurry of media attention this year. We’ve taken it through a deep dive, and we’ll give you our thoughts right now after 500 rounds.
Classic Carry Piece: Walther PPK/S
Walther's flagship pistol for the past century has been the PP series handgun and for good reason, it is both old-school cool and often overrated.
Old P-64 vs. Sig’s P365: Does the Polish “Walther” Stand Up?
Can an old Cold War “micro” pistol compete with today’s high-tech modern handguns for concealed carry? We compare the Polish P-64 to the newer Sig P365.
First Look: FN 509 Compact 9mm Pistol
A no-frills version of the FN 509 developed specifically for carry purposes, this new polymer-framed striker-fired 9mm is still packed with features.