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ARTV Preview: Browning M1917 and M1919, Smith & Wesson M&P9 M2.0 Optic Ready and XM177E2 CAR-15

In this week's episode of American Rifleman TV, we near the end of our picks for the top 10 machine guns of all time with the Browning M1917 and M1919 family. We also take a look at the Smith & Wesson M&P9 M2.0 Combat Optic Ready handgun and examine the Vietnam era XM177E2 CAR-15.

This Old Gun: M1919 Browning Machine Gun

The M1919 Browning was the workhorse machine gun of the U.S. Military during World War II. Learn about the background behind this durable and reliable design.

Video: Shooting the Japanese Type 3 Taisho Machine Gun

Check out this preview of an upcoming episode of American Rifleman TV as the crew fires a nice example of the Japanese Type 3 machine gun.

SHOT Show 2017: Inland Mfg. T-30 M1 .30 Caliber Carbine

American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz had a chance to shoot the new Inland Mfg. T30 M1 .30-cal. carbine (originally the T3) at Media Range Day during SHOT Show 2017.

Video: Russian RPD

Watch this episode of "I Have This Old Gun" from a past episode of American Rifleman TV to learn about the Russian RPD light machinegun.

Video: Daewoo K2 Rifle

Watch this "I Have This Old Gun" segment from American Rifleman TV to learn how this rifle, built by for the Republic of South Korea, was conceived.

Video—Red Army Icon: Soviet PPsh-41 Submachine Gun

From American Rifleman TV's "I Have This Old Gun," check out this video of one of the most iconic firearms of World War II.

I Have This Old Gun: M1 Garand—Korea

When the U.S. became involved in the Korean War, the M1 Garand went back into mass production. The "Korean Garand," as it is sometimes referred, had undergone improvements since its World War II days, and once again proved why Gen. George S. Patton called the Garand "the finest battle implement ever devised."

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