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Men and Guns of the 1900 China Relief Expedition

Some American troops fought with guns one would expect in the multi-national mission to Peking,...

The Model 1903 In World War I

When the Doughboys went to France, starting in 1917, they took with them arguably the...

The Cavalry’s Last Charge: The 1921 M1903 Prototype Carbine

Even though the last cavalry carbine of the U.S. Army was the M1899 Krag-Jorgensen, the...

Hornady Saves the .30-40 Krag

Hornady makes practice of reaching back and “rescuing” great old cartridges that have been out...

Guns of the Spanish-American War 1898

Lucky were the soldiers armed with the .30–40 Krag-Jorgensen, but many Americans fought with the...

Doughboy Sniper Rifles

The ’03 Springfield, fitted with telescopic sights and fired by American soldiers and Marines, was...

Guns of the Easter Rising

In April 1916, Irish rebels rose up against the British Crown. Armed with a motley...

America's Favorite Deer Rifles

New calibers, modern materials and the progress made in bullets powders and manufacturing continue to...

The Lee-Enfield: The Greatest Bolt-Action of the Great War

Tonight on MidwayUSA's Gun Stories, Mark Keefe appears as a subject-matter expert on his favorite...

Guns of the Easter Rising

In April 1916, Irish rebels rose up against the British Crown. Armed with a motley...

Guns of the "Banana Wars" Part One

Using rifles, handguns and machine guns, marines fought in fierce battles in the Caribbean and...

Bannerman's Special

These guns were pieced together from available parts, and are interesting collectables.

Book Review: The Illustrated History of Firearms

The Illustrated History of Firearms is an authoritative history, matchless reference and handsome showpiece for...

Trial of the Krag-Jorgensen Rifle

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from...

American Rifleman 125th Anniversary Special

The Rifle, the magazine that would become American Rifleman, was started 125 years ago. Excerpted...

U.S. Krag-Jorgensen: The Foreign Rifle

Although it was slick, fast and accurate, the Krag was obsolete before it even went...