Poor Mike, besides poor grammar his knowledge of historic facts regarding guns is null. Mikey baby, let me introduce you to the Liberator Pistol:
Known as the gun that took longer to reload than to manufacture, the Liberator was a single shot, smooth bore .45 ACP caliber gun that was produced in WWII reaching one million units. They were dropped in occupied territories for the Resistance forces alongside 10 rounds of ammunition. The idea is that a resistance fighter would use it to kill a German or Japanese soldier and procure their weapons for further fighting.
It came with a graphic instruction manual in one sheet to illustrate how to operate and reload:
Now, imagine what can an individual do to an occupying army with a modern handgun like a Glock <gasp!>
Pictures shamelessly stolen from Hellinahadbasket.com