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Rifleman Q & A: A World War I Winchester Lever Gun

A reader asks about a rifle he saw in a TIME Magazine special edition for...

“Grim Reapers”: The Machine Guns of World War I

A century ago, Americans of the American Expeditionary Force arrived in France and began filtering...

Mr. Browning’s Gun: The U.S. Model of 1917 Browning Machine Gun

A century ago, as the United States prepared to enter the Great War, John Moses...

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...

Video: Argentine Mausers

Watch this "I Have This Old Gun" segment on the Argentine Mausers from a recent...

The Keefe Report: “The Dreaded Price”—Memorial Day 2017

We owe it to him—and all who gave the last full measure—to remember them, today.

The Allies Strike Back: The Genesis Of Sniping, Part 5

Without a suitable sniping rifle, and with no training organization in place, the Allies struggled...

The Keefe Report: Over There—The Guns of the Doughboys

A century ago today, United States of America was no longer sitting on the sidelines....

The Chauchat Light Machine Gun: Not Really One of the Worst Guns Ever

Despite its reputation, the "Fusil Mitrailleur Modéle 1915 CSRG" served effectively in combat for the...

NRA Gun of the Week: Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III

The Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III was the main British infantry rifle of the Great...

Lee-Enfield Rifle—Workhorse Of The British Empire

The .303-cal. Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III rifle was fast to operate and up to...

Sgt. York: American Rifleman, American Hero

From the American Rifleman archives comes this story of faith, courage and straight shooting, which...

Remington Goes To War

Though mainly thought of as a maker of sporting arms, Remington was never a company...

The U.S. “.45 Automatics”

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

Winchester Lever-Actions Go To War

Although the U.S. military snubbed lever-action Winchesters, other nations, attracted by their innovation or just...

Throwback Thursday: Letter From D-Day

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. This letter appeared in...

Special Presentation: Maj. John Plaster on “Sniping in the Great War”

Retired U.S. Army Special Forces Major John Plaster continues his sniping history seminars, this year...

Throwback Thursday: A Twenty-Five Shot, Periscope Trench Springfield

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. This article is from...
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