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The Keefe Report: More Affordable Guns

Judging from the research I have been doing for next month’s cover story, new, serviceable...

Sauer S100 Rifles Now Shipping in 6.5 PRC

Sauer is the first European manufacturer to chamber a rifle in the new Hornady caliber.

The AR-10 Story

Fewer than 10,000 original AR-10s were produced, and its true legacy is its spawning of...

Frozen Indecision: American Intervention in Siberian Russia, 1918

America’s interaction with Russia is quite the hot topic these days. Many Americans wonder, are...

1918 Mauser Tankgewehr: Restoring a World War I Tank Killer

Faced with waves of advancing Allied tanks, the Germans developed the massive 13.2 mm Tankgewehr....

The U.S. Model Of 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle

When it seemed certain that the United States would enter World War I, America’s greatest...

Tested: Sauer 100 Classic XT Rifle

One of Germany’s oldest gunmakers has delivered a detachable-box-magazine-fed rifle with a polymer stock to...

Nine Lives of the 10 mm Auto

Counted out more than once, the 10 mm Auto cartridge simply refuses to give up—and...

A Look Back at the M14 Rifle

As World War II was winding down, armorers and inventors took a look at what...

Sniping From Below: Periscope Rifles in World War I

World War I saw the widespread introduction of many, what we would call, “modern” arms,...

The First Panzerjäger: Germany’s T-Gewehr Anti-Tank Rifle

In response to the new Allied armored threat, Waffenfabrik Mauser AG quickly designed and produced...

NRA Gun of the Week: Sauer 100 Classic XT Rifle

American Rifleman’s Christopher Olsen has one beauty of a bolt-action rifle on the bench this...

NRA Gun of the Week: Ruger Hawkeye FTW Hunter Rifle

American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach examines a trusty design from Ruger chambered for 6.5 mm Creedmoor.

Book Review: Vickers Guide: World War II Germany, Vol. 1

This new book offers a look at some of the most rare and interesting firearms...

A Look Back at the Mauser Model 1898 Rifle

The vast majority of bolt-action rifles on the market today can trace much of their...

Machine Guns Take Flight During The Great War

Man had barely learned to fly when he decided to both fly and fight. With...

How NRA Trained America’s Snipers To Fight “Over There”

During World War I, America’s top riflemen and British and Canadian instructors ran the United...

Guns of the “Devil Dogs”: U.S. Marine Corps Small Arms Of World War I

The U.S. Marines in France would earn the name “Teufelshunde” or “Devil Dogs” from the...

Upping The Ante: The 30 Nosler

Do we really need another .300 magnum cartridge? Nosler sure seems to think so, and...

Roller-Delayed Revival: The Heckler & Koch SP5K

Heckler & Koch’s MP5 is one of the world’s great submachine guns. But the high...
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