The 101 on Trujillo’s indig rifle
A while back I wrote a piece for Guns.com on the Hungarian-designed (by Pal Kiraly, who made guns for SIG back before WWII then the Danuvia 39M and 43M models of lever-delayed blowback submachine guns for the Hungarian Army during the war) .30 select fire Cristóbal carbine produced in the Dominican Republic in the 1960s.
It was a neat little rifle and some 250,000~ were made, seeing service in Cuba during ‘La Revolucion as well as in the DR for a few decades.
Well, I just ran across a really neat manual/sales sheet for the Cristóbal (in English!) that I thought was cool enough to share below: