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Brian Sheetz's Top 10 Infantry Rifles

Editors' picks for the rifles that changed the world.

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Rifle

The Lee-Enfield No. 4 Rifle served the British Army during World War II and beyond.

Foreign Weapons 101

Learning about the guns our troops are encountering in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The British No. 4(T)

The No. 4(T) was capable of accurate work, and served British snipers into the 1990s.

Top 10 Infantry Rifles

The Top 10 Infantry Rifles were chosen due to innovation, effectiveness, service life, impact on history and small-arms development.

The Ross Rifle in U.S. Service

One of the best things said about the Ross Rifle was it was better than a broomstick.

Guns of the Easter Rising

In April 1916, Irish rebels rose up against the British Crown. Armed with a motley collection of obsolete and modern rifles, as well as handguns and shotguns, they resisted the might of the British Empire for five days before final defeat. The rebellion set in motion events that would lead to Irish independence.

Clips Vs. Magazines

What term is correct? Clip or magazine? Turns out it's complicated. Mark Keefe digs into this common controversy.

U.S. M1917 Vs. British Pattern 13 Bayonets

These days, U.S. M1917 bayonets command a premium over the P’13 bayonets, even though about 2.5 million M1917 bayonets were made.

The Lee-Enfield: The Greatest Bolt-Action of the Great War

Tonight on MidwayUSA's Gun Stories, Mark Keefe appears as a subject-matter expert on his favorite early 20th century military rifle, the Lee-Enfield.

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