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Known Zf 41 Manufacturers And Their Codes

Records at the Mauser factory in Oberndorf state that the firm made 86,000 rifles with...

"The Gunny" Speaks: Saving Private K9

American Rifleman gets some face time with The Gunny.

Tracer Shotshells

Tracer shotshells were used on military training ranges for the most part and were produced...

National NRA Foundation Banquet Raises Bucks for Shooting Sports

This year’s edition of The National NRA Foundation Banquet to raise money for shooting sports...

Throwback Thursday: Short Stories About Long Shots

In this week's article taken from the July 1944 issue, War Correspondent Bill Shadel shares...

Throwback Thursday: Cassino Close-Up

In this week's article taken from the May 1944 issue, War Correspondent Bill Shadel shares...

Guess This Gun

New guns arrive daily to the attention of the NRA Publications Armorer. Take a look...

A Look Back at the Remington 700

Arguably the most popular bolt-action rifle ever made, the Model 700 traces its lineage back...

Throwback Thursday: Snipers in Sicily

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

U.S. Overhaul Markings

U.S. military arms were identified by stamped initials of the U.S. Ordnance facility or inspector...

Guns Past

There is definitely some nostalgia that defies logic when it comes to fine examples of...

Unmistakable: The Thompson

The iconic Thompson Submachine Gun was the main Allied submachine gun in the critical early...

Askins’ Hot Rod

I talked about the 5.5 mm Velo Dog cartridge a while back and referred to...

Hotter Than The Hinges Of Hell's Gates–Don Burgett

Donald R. Burgett was a 19-year-old paratrooper who dropped into Normandy in the early morning...

Beretta Model 1935 Pistol

This gold-washed Beretta Model 1935 pistol was a presentation to General Yeager by a Cuban...
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