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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,...

Cartridge Adapters

Devices that permit firing a cartridge in an arm chambered for a larger one.

A Look Back at the Pistole Parabellum 1908 (P08 Luger)

The first successful semi-automatic pistol laid the groundwork for today’s modern EDC guns

The Guns of U.S. Presidents

It wasn’t that long ago when firearms were not only welcome in the executive mansion,...

A Look Back at the Remington 870 Shotgun

Design, form and function came together in a perfect shotgun storm 66 years ago.

Top 10 Infantry Rifles

The Top 10 Infantry Rifles were chosen due to innovation, effectiveness, service life, impact on...

Throwback Thursday: British Lion At Bay, Part 1

1942: Britain’s Fate Hangs in the Balance—Can Her Army Meet The Challenge?

An Exclusive Interview with the NRA’s New President, Allan Cors

The following interview with Mr. Allan Cors, the new President of the NRA, was conducted...

Review: TNW Firearms ASP 9 mm Semi-Automatic Pistol

Based on a rifle originally designed for downed bush pilots, this caliber-convertible pistol is surprisingly...

A Look Back at the Ruger No. 1

William Batterman Ruger is best known for his innovative mind in the firearm industry. Many...

Remembering the Men and Guns of the Battle of the Bulge

Seventy years ago this month, the "Battle of the Bulge"-Hitler's last attempt to throw back...

Throwback Thursday: The Scout Rifle

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

World War II “Liberator” Pistol

Perhaps no other handgun in U.S. history has been burdened with as many misconceptions about...

The Devil’s Paintbrush

Get a closer look at the German Maxim 08/15, a “light” version of Germany’s Maxim...

Throwback Thursday: Damaged Goods

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

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,...

American Rifleman TV: Don Burgett (Part 1)

Check out part 1 of this American Rifleman TV segment featuring World War II paratrooper...

Advances in U.S. Sniping Ammunition: From Vietnam to Afghanistan

The long-range capability of American military snipers has saved the lives of many service personnel...
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