Winchester Model 1895 Russian Musket
Early during World War I, the Russian Army turned to America for help outfitting its soldiers, purchasing a number of Winchester Model 1895s.
Top 10 Infantry Rifles
How do you choose the Top 10 Infantry Rifles of all time? It’s not easy, but the editors of American Rifleman did it, hoping to spark some debate.
Special Session: Men & Guns of Market-Garden
K.A. Morgan discusses the Men & Guns of Market-Garden at this seminar held during the NRA Annual Meetings. (3/1/2013)
The Rough Riders’ Potato Digger
The Rough Riders took two Colt-Browning machine guns with them to the war in Cuba in 1898, which were the first U.S. Army machine gun used in combat.
Guns of the "Banana Wars" Part Two
Using a variety of rifles, handguns and machine guns, U.S. Marines fought in the Caribbean and Central America in a conflict known as the Banana Wars.
Guns of the "Banana Wars" Part One
The Marine Corps fought a series of small actions in the Caribbean and Central America called the “Banana Wars,” with fierce battles few know about today.
British Mark III Snider Carbine
The Snider Carbine was developed as a way to convert percussion arms to handle self-contained cartridges.
Nock's Volley Gun
While its service on the seas was limited, the volley gun has become a star of both the silver screen and literature. (11/19/2012)
The Rigby Match Rifle, Creedmoor & More
The target rifles built by Irish gunmaker John Rigby & Co. competed in NRA’s first international match—as did Rigby himself as a member of the Irish team.
A bunch of dedicated gunnies gather each year at the NRA Whittington Center to shoot and visit. Where else would a bunch of shooters vacation?
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