Longarms of America's Forgotten War
Though largely overshadowed by the Napoleonic Wars, the American War of 1812 saw the use of a wide variety of arms by a colorful assemblage of combatants.
That "Damned, Jammed Chauchat"
France’s Infamous Light Machine Gun may not have been the best such gun in existence at the time, but it was available.
The Hession Rifle
With the London Olympics now over, it’s time for a little history lesson on British disarmament. It is a tale told best by one very special rifle.
Bannerman Specials are still reasonably affordable because they don’t fit into any specific category of military arms collecting.
The Westerns defined the ‘50s and ‘60s, and replicas of the guns carried by Hollywood heroes are available to shooters wanting to imitate the Wild West.
Roosevelt Guns at the NFM
A new exhibit at the NFM replicates the Oval Office from 1902-1908, when author, hunter, Nobel Prize recipient and NRA Life member Theodore Roosevelt was in office.
First adopted in 1962, the select-fire AR-15/M16 in its various forms has armed the U.S. military for 50 years.
Mitchell's Mausers PPS50/22
The Mitchell’s Mausers PPS50/22 is a semi-auto, .22 LR version of the World War II-era PPSh-41 that was a symbol of Russian resistance to the Nazis.
DuBiel Rifles Donated to National Firearms Museum
Dr. John Tyson has donated nine custom DuBiel Rifles to the National Firearms Museum at NRA Headquarters. (5/9/12)
Personally, I Prefer the Winchester
When it came to gun knowledge or shooting skill, no chief executive, now or then, was the equal of President Theodore Roosevelt.
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