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The Guns of the Boer Commandos

Superior Boer marksmanship and Mauser rifles exacted a high price from the British during the...

G.I. “Non-Colt” M1911s

Today, the name Colt is synonymous with the U.S. M1911 .45 ACP pistol. Virtually forgotten...

Winchester Goes To War

Throughout this century, Winchester has been called upon to be a vital part of the...

Thompson Submachine Gun

So, when was the Thompson submachine gun first fired in combat? Was it during the...

Throwback Thursday: Skilled Marksmen In Viet Nam

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. This week's article comes...

Marksmanship Really Does Matter: Exhibit A—Marine Pvt. Roland A. Fisher

In a previous post and “The Keefe Report” for the February 2015 issue of American...

Guns of the Battle of Blair Mountain

In 1921, “Marching Miners” squared off against mine owners and the “Logan County Defenders” in...

Guns of the "Banana Wars" Part Two

The Lewis, Thompson, BAR and M1917 water-cooled machine gun, along with the M1903 Springfield rifle...

That "Damned, Jammed Chauchat"

Issued to American Doughboys and Marines during World War I, the Chauchat automatic rifle was...

The Model 1917 U.S. Enfield

With millions of “Doughboys” heading for France during World War I, the United States needed...

"Non-Colt" 1911s

It is sometimes overlooked that there were also a relatively limited number of M1911 .45...

The U.S. M1911 & The Medal of Honor

Browning’s classic has helped American servicemen earn the Medal of Honor.
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