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Lt. Col. “Sherm” Mills—Last Man Standing at the U.S. Springfield Arsenal

For the first time ever, we learn how retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Mills, decorated...

To Arm Against an Enemy: Colonial Williamsburg Highlights Small Arms of the Revolution

A new exhibit at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum at Virginia's Colonial Williamsburg seeks...

A Very Special Carbine

The “U.S. Carbine, Caliber .30 M1” is without a doubt one of the most popular...

The Guns of the Colonial Williamsburg Collection

As the capital of the Virginia colony and later the fledgling Commonwealth, Williamsburg has had...

Book Review: Vickers Guide: World War II Germany, Vol. 1

This new book offers a look at some of the most rare and interesting firearms...

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...

The .50-cal. Browning Machine Gun—The Gun That Won The War

With its origins in the Great War, the .50-cal. Browning machine gun—on land, on the...

A Look Inside Kimber

An unyielding approach to quality control in an unlikely location adds up to a business...

NRA's New President Allan D. Cors: A Culture of Freedom

Don’t know Allan Cors? For a half-century he has worked tirelessly, often behind the scenes,...

The Unknown M1 Garand

Published first in the January 1994 issue of American Rifleman, the author explains how the...

Guns Past

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

Guns of the "Banana Wars" Part Two

The Lewis, Thompson, BAR and M1917 water-cooled machine gun, along with the M1903 Springfield rifle...

The Liberator Pistol

Also called the Woolworth Gun, the Liberator didn’t see much action.

Hemingway's Beretta

It’s believed Hemingway owned a Beretta shotgun, though documentation is limited.