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Winchester Announces WWII Victory Series Ammunition

As we close in on the 73rd anniversary of VJ Day, and total Allied victory in World War II, Winchester has released a new series of one-of-a-kind collectible cartridges called “WWII Victory Series Ammunition.”

U.S. Mint Commemorates WWII Anniversary with a 'V75' Privy Mark

The U.S. Mint is recognizing the 75th anniversary of WWII with an obverse privy mark on its quarters in 2020.

Book Preview: USAAF Aircraft Weapons Of WWII

Spanning 160 pages with more than 300 images, Tom Laemlein’s USAAF Aircraft Weapons Of WWII is one of the richest collections of original period photos published to date, giving readers a unique window into a crucial element of World War II.

Gen. George S. Patton, Jr. WWII Tribute Pistol

America Remembers has announced it will produce a limited-edition run of the General George S. Patton, Jr. WWII 75th Anniversary Tribute Pistol.

Rifleman Q&A: Did Remington Rebuild M1903s During WWII?

It's commonly thought that Remington build M1903A3 rifles during WWII, but this gun-show find indicates otherwise. Where did these M1903 Remingtons come from?

ARTV Preview: British 1st Airborne at Arnhem During Operation Market Garden; Marlin Model 1894 in .44 Magnum; Bergmann MP-28 Sub-Machine Gun

This week on on American Rifleman TV we continue with Operation Market Garden during WWII, focusing on the exploits of the British 1st Airborne in their attempt to capture the bridges over the Rhine River at Arnhem.

The Marlin Model 39: An Unlikely Participant in WWII

Not only was the Marlin Model 39 lever-action .22-cal. rifle a popular rimfire for the commercial market of its day, it even had a small role in the events of one World War II battlefield.

The German MG42: Was Its Bark Worse Than Its Bite?

In the middle of WWII, the U.S. Army posted War Department Film Bulletin No. 81, which claimed that the bark of the MG42 was worse than its bite. We're not buying it.

American Heritage Museum Offers Tank-Driving Experience

Ever wanted to drive a WWII-era tank? The American Heritage Museum in Massachusetts offers a unique experience for interested visitors.

Video—I Have This Old Gun: Russian PPSh 43 Submachine Gun

The lesser-known cousin of the famous PPSh 41, the stamped-steel, 7.62x25 mm-chambered PPSh 43 submachine gun was the real hero of WWII for many Soviet troops.

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