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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...

Lights On Carry Guns?

American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach shines some light on a few pros and cons to using...

A Battle At Barrington: The Men & The Guns

On Nov. 27, 1934, two federal agents faced two heavily armed bandits in what is...

Upping The Ante: The 30 Nosler

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

The Keefe Report: What's Selling? Handguns

These are interesting times for firearm companies. And I use interesting as a euphemism for...

Top-Selling Handguns for March 2017

Gun Genius (powered by GunBroker.com) has listed the top-selling firearms for March 2017. See what...

A Look Back at the M1 Garand

The M1 has been used by nearly three dozen countries in various forms, including those...

Hemingway's Guns

Shaped by a lifetime quest for real experiences, Ernest Hemingway was fashioned into all he...

Win a Pistol and Gear in Springfield Armory "New Year New Gear" Giveaway

In the "New Year, New Gear" Giveaway, one lucky winner will receive more than $1,400...

American Rifleman's 2017 Golden Bullseye Winners

2016 was yet another remarkable year for innovative product introductions in the way of firearms...

Remember Pearl Harbor: The Men and the Guns

On Dec. 7, 1941, a “date which will live in infamy,” Americans fought back against...

Guncrafter Industries’ 50 GI 1911 Dream Guns

Gun designer Alex Zimmermann made his .50-caliber 1911 pistols a reality thanks to the Second...

John Browning's Automatic Rifle

From the trenches of France to “Frozen Chosin,” the BAR proved its worth on countless...

America’s Military Revolvers

Though some fixed- cartridge revolvers were used during the American Civil War, it wasn’t until...

A Look Back at the Colt Python

From tardy debutant to superstar status, Colt’s most famous snake has had a wild ride.

Is the .45-70 Gov't. Cartridge Still Relevant?

Is a big-bore rifle round used to fight the Spanish-American War still a good choice...

The Winchester Story

It was 150 years ago that the name “Winchester” was first stamped on a rifle....

Sgt. York: American Rifleman, American Hero

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

M1A—The M14's Successful Sibling

The military may not have liked the M14, but its brother, the semi-automatic M1A, has...

The Guns of the Boer Commandos

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