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At The Range: M3A1 Submachine Gun

Watch this "At The Range" video segment above to see American Rifleman Field Editor Martin K.A. Morgan shoot a World War II-era M3A1 "Grease Gun" submachine gun chambered in .45ACP.

At The Range: Type 99 Arisaka

Watch this "At The Range" video segment above to see American Rifleman Field Editor Martin K.A. Morgan shoot a World War II-era Japanese Type 99 Arisaka service rifle chambered in 7.7x58 mm Japanese.

This Old Gun: Russian RPD

Watch this episode of "I Have This Old Gun" from a past episode of American Rifleman TV to learn about the Russian RPD light machine gun.

This Old Gun: M1919 Browning Machine Gun

The M1919 Browning was the workhorse machine gun of the U.S. Military during World War II. Learn about the background behind this durable and reliable design.

This Old Gun: Colt Model 1895 Machine Gun

In this American Rifleman TV episode, we cover the innovative Colt Model 1895 machine gun, also known as the "Potato Digger."

The American Chauchat: Shooting A Gladiator Model 1918 CSRG

In this review, Field Editor Martin K. A. Morgan goes over the history of the World War One era French CSRG Chauchat Light Machine Gun. In doing so, he discusses the unique 'American' version developed to use .30-'06 Sprg., and how the shortfalls of one of its manufacturers lead to the tarnished reputation of the series as a whole in popular memory.

The Keefe Report: 2nd Lt. Kelso C. Horne

This is a very special issue for several reasons. If you look on this month’s cover you’ll find a photograph by Bob Landry, taken about a week after D-Day, of a young soldier in the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division.

Special Presentation: Inside the Civilian Marksmanship Program

This presentation from Martin K.A. Morgan discusses the history of the DCM/CMP, and describes the ways that the program continues to fulfill its mission in the 21st Century.

Special Presentation: The Long Shadow of John Garand

This presentation with Martin K.A. Morgan describes the other users of the M1 rifle, the subsequent designs that it inspired, and the ways that its longevity has reached across the decades all the way to the present.

Special Presentation: Men & Guns of Vietnam

This presentation from Martin K.A. Morgan covers the evolution of firearms from the start of the Advisory Period and the subsequent Americanization of the conflict all the way through to the Tet Offensive, the Cambodian Incursion, the Vietnamization of the conflict, the U.S. withdrawal in 1973 and the eventual Fall of Saigon and the evacuation of the Embassy during Operation Frequent Wind.

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