The Model 1917 U.S. Enfield
With millions of “Doughboys” heading for France during World War I, the United States needed rifles. Thankfully the Enfield was ready for mass production.
Something About The U.S. Enfield
In 1917, Arms & The Man, American Rifleman’s predecessor, published the first comprehensive story about the U.S. Enfield rifle.
The Rifleman’s Rifle Turns 75
Even though, the Winchester Model 70 has undergone numerous changes in the past 75 years, it is still known at the Rifleman’s Rifle.
Jacob Double Rifle
The story about the Jacob Double Rifle is as fascinating as its creator. Today, the Jacob Double Rifle is highly collectable.
Special Session: Sniper War Afghanistan
Join Maj. John L. Plaster as he discusses the sniper warfare that American troops face everyday in the Middle East in his presentation "Sniper War Afghanistan."
U.S. M16: A Half-Century of America’s Combat Rifle
Historian Martin K.A. Morgan joins American Rifleman at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits to discuss the M16, combat rifle of the U.S. for 50 years.
Winchester Model 55 Takedown
The Model 55 Takedown was introduced because more outdoorsmen were traveling by motorcar and railroad in addition to horseback.
John Browning's Automatic Rifle
From the trenches of France to "Frozen Chosin," The BAR proved its worth on countless battlefields around the globe for more than three decades.
No Ordinary Rifle
For a half-century, a Remington Model 721 in .30-’06 Sprg. proved accurate and rugged, and became one of the most trusted rifles for professional hunter Harry Selby.
The British L42A1 Sniper Rifle
In World War II, the British fielded one of the best sniper rifles in the war, and today, it is still a highly sought after collector rifle.
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