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The Remington Model 11 Sportsman In World War II

Just like millions of American sportsmen, Remington’s “The Sportsman” pulled its weight as a trainer and guard gun during World War II.

'Bad Timing': Rise & Fall of Luxembourg's SOLA Submachine Guns

During the 1950s, Luxembourg found itself involved in an international diplomatic crisis, thanks to the exportation of the SOLA submachine gun family.

The .357 Magnum: Most Versatile Handgun Round Ever?

Eighty-five years have passed since the introduction of the .357 Magnum. Wiley Clapp contends that it's absolutely the most versatile handgun round ever made.

Book Review—M1 Garand Photo Essay

The gun that Gen. George Patton called “the greatest battle implement ever devised.”

Handgun Hard Choices: Colt M1911 or S&W M1917?

The armorer offers you a Colt Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911 or a Smith & Wesson United States Revolver, Caliber .45, M1917. What do you choose?

World War II Field Fix for the M3 Grease Gun

Learn about the World War II field modification that put damaged Grease Guns back in service.

Day G. Turner and the Battle of Am Astert

The sheer size and scale of the Battle of the Bulge gave rise to so many feats of arms that examples of individual heroism have tended to get swallowed by the big picture.

George S. Patton Tribute Pistol Now With Faux Ivory Grips

Thanks largely in part to comments on this site and our companion Facebook page, America Remembers has decided to change the grips on the General George S. Patton, Jr. 75th Anniversary Tribute Pistol to faux-white ivory grips.

The Unknown M1 Garand

Published first in the January 1994 issue of American Rifleman, the author explains how the rifle so familiar to millions of Americans wasn’t John C. Garand’s initial successful version, the little-known rarity collectors call the “gas trap” M1.

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 the Allies-was being bitterly fought in the towns, forests and countryside of Belgium and Luxembourg, and, remarkably, many of the guns used in the battle still remain.

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