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The U.S. “.45 Automatics”

The .45 ACP M1911 and M1911A1 pistols issued to American troops demonstrated their formidable stopping...

The M14 Rifle: John Garand’s Final Legacy

The resemblance of the M14 to the M1 Garand rifle is unmistakable and, love it...

G.I. “Non-Colt” M1911s

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

Combat Shotguns of the Vietnam War

Shotguns with familiar names—Ithaca, Remington, Winchester, Savage and Stevens—served American troops with distinction in the...

Arms of American Airborne

Whether dropped deep behind enemy lines or fighting as conventional infantry, American airborne troopers during...

Winchester Goes To War

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

General Motors Went To War

Most are not surprised that General Motors Corp. turned out trucks and other types of...

“Carbine” Williams Myth & Reality

Inventor David Marshall “Carbine” Williams has become a folk hero for “designing” the M1 Carbine,...

The Contender: Winchester’s .224 Light Rifle

Rendered in blued steel and walnut, Winchester’s .224-cal. Light Weight Military Rifle could well have...

Keefe Report: U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30 M1

The “U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30 M1,” continues to fascinate and captivate new generations of Americans.

Rifleman Q&A: Belt-Fed .30 Carbine?

I have a question about the .30 M1 Carbine cartridge. I have a friend who...

The International Harvester M1 Garand Rifle

While many manufacturing companies made guns for the first time during World War II, International...

Keefe Report: First Visit to the Tank Farm

Here are directions to the tank farm,” said American Rifleman’s Design Chief Steve McKelvain as...

The Unknown M1 Garand

Published first in the January 1994 issue of American Rifleman, the author explains how the...

The Ithaca Model 37 in U.S. Military Service

While eclipsed by the far-better-known Winchester Model 97 and Model 12 “trench” and “riot” shotguns,...

10 Things You Didn't Know About the M1 Carbine

The “U.S. Carbine, Caliber .30, M1” was the most produced American infantry arm of World...

The M1C Garand Sniper Rifle

When the U.S. Army sought a sniping rifle based on the M1 Garand at the...

Which Bayonet For The '97 "Trench Gun"?

Ever wonder if there was a special bayonet made just for the Model 1897 Trench...

7.62x51 mm NATO U.S. Navy Garand Rifles

With the U.S. Army and Marine Corps receiving the bulk of early M14 rifle production,...

Backing Another Horse: The Winchester G30 Semiautomatic Rifle

In the days before America’s entry into World War II, there were doubts about the...
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