Colt’s Patent Firearms Mfg. is considered by many-and with good reason-to be the first name in American firearms. And change appears to be coming to Colt.
The AP4 LR-308 look like its little brother, the M4 carbine. But looks can be deceiving.
The new selective-fire SCAR rifle platform from FN represents the most sophisticated solution to date for the requirements of America’s unconventional warriors.
Editors' picks for the rifles that changed the world.
The benchmark used to measure bolt-action rifles.
Exploded view and break-down instructions for AR-platform rifles.
This semi-automatic, .45 ACP-cal. “Tommygun” has great historical interest as Auto-Ordnance manufactured a broadly similar model.
The Cammenga EASYMAG is distinguished from standard magazines by the way that it loads. The front portion of the magazine pulls downward, depressing the spring and follower, locking it into the lowest position.
Here’s a U.S. made, semi-auto version of the most successful 20th-century military arm-the AK-47.
Spanish manufacturers developed a “broomhandle” pistol to undermine Mauser influence in China.