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U.S. Army Ordnance vs. NRA: The Battle Over the M1 Garand

At one time, the National Rifle Association really didn't like the M1 Garand. Here's the story behind this unique chapter in military history.

I Have This Old Gun: German Gewehr 41(W)

The first nation to actually issue a semi-automatic rifle to its troops was Mexico, which, in 1908, adopted the intricate 7x57 mm Mauser repeater designed by native son General Manuel Mondragón.

Video—I Have This Old Gun: German G41 (M) Rifle

In an "I Have This Old Gun" segment, ARTV looks at the German G41 (M).

The K98k Zf 41—The First Scout Rifle?

From the American Rifleman archives is the story of the K98k, equipped with the low-power, long-eye-relief Zf 41 scope, it was the most numerous German sniper rifle of World War II.

Review: Glock G40 Gen4 MOS Pistol

Chambered in the potent 10 mm cartridge, this long-slide hunting handgun features Glock’s new modular optics system.

Optics-Ready Handguns and Mini-Reflex Sight Round-Up

Competitive shooters and the U.S. military have known about the advantages of reflex sights for years, but it wasn’t until these “red dots” were miniaturized that rank-and-file gun owners took note. Several major gun companies now make handguns with integral mounts for these sights, and more are surely on the way.

Review: Glock G41 and G42

Since its inception in the early 1980s, Gaston Glock’s pistol has become firmly established as one of the premier polymer-frame, striker-fired handguns available in the marketplace.

Glock G41 Gen4

Glock's new G42 might have been the company's headliner at SHOT Show 2014, but the G41 Gen4 drew a few crowds of its own.

Glock G41 Gen4 Pistol

The G41 blends the extended barrel length and slim slide profile of the G34 Practical Tactical 9 mm with the potent stopping power of the .45 ACP Cartridge

Walther. Carl Walther.

The more than 125-year-old company Walther has set up its own facility in Arkansas-Walther USA-and the guns it offers are a reflection of not only the venerable German gunmaker, but also its sister company-Umarex. Never heard of Umarex? Well, read on.

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