Tested: Iver Johnson 1911A1 Carbine

This unique interpretation of a classic WWII semi-automatic pistol takes its cues from several historical influences resulting in a carbine you've never seen before.

Historic Elimination

Competitors are once again grouped together to try their luck against trick shots, and the youngest shooter is sent home after firing a historical piece that actually served in combat.

The FG-42 Fallschirmjägergewehr

Of all the guns of World War II, the German FG-42, designed for use by German Fallschirmjäger or “Green Devils,” stands out as one of the rarest, most unique and timeless designs. Here, a best-selling author weighs in on the social, historical and cultural significance of the gun.

Full Metal Coloring: A Book Of Down Range Reflection

More than just a coloring book, Full Metal Coloring seeks to inform as well as entertain.

Limited Edition NRA AR-15 Rifle

For the first time in its history, the NRA has officially licensed an AR-15 rifle bearing the organization's logo.

Final Month: Remington Bicentennial Firearms

In celebration of its 200th year of business, Remington Arms is offering a Limited Edition run of guns. Eliphalet Remington, founder of the company, is depicted on each firearm through laser engraving and 24-karat-gold inlay.

Interior Grants Given to Protect American Battlefields

U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt announced $3 million in grants designed to expand and protect a number of American battlefields.

GSG Schmeisser STG-44 from ATI

The Sturmgewehr 44 was originally developed in Germany during World War II, and is well-known for being one of the first modern "assault rifles" to see major deployment. In honor of the Sturmgewehr, German Sport Guns has released the GSG Schmeisser STG-44—a replica model that's dialed back to semi-auto and chambered in .22 LR. It's being imported to the United States by ATI.

America Remembers Vietnam Veterans Tribute Pistol

America Remembers has announced the Vietnam Veterans Tribute Colt .45 Pistol to honor the more than 2.5 million Americans who served in Southeast Asia over the span of three decades.

Tracer Shotshells

Tracer shotshells were used on military training ranges for the most part and were produced by civilian companies for military contracts.

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