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'Over There': The Harlem Hellfighters in WWI

Watch this American Rifleman Television video segment "Over There! Part 6: Soldiers, But Not Equal" to learn about American American soldiers of the AEF who fought on the Western Front and earned the nickname "Harlem Hellfighters."

"Over There:" An American Army on the Western Front

Watch this American Rifleman TV segment "Over There Part Two" to learn about the Untied State's preparation and experience entering the fighting during World War I.

Top 10 Infantry Rifles of All Time

Chosen through staff votes, these top 10 infantry rifles of all time were picked due to innovation, effectiveness, service life, impact on history and small-arms development.

Keep Your Gun Running: Survival Kits for Rifles

We often talk about bug-out rifles and survival kits for ourselves, but what about the tools and parts you need to keep your gun running?

Video—I Have This Old Gun: Greek Model 1930 Mauser

This "I Have This Old Gun" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV traces the origins and history of the Greek-commissioned Model 1930 Mauser.

Taking Stock of Your Long Guns

Learn more about the different materials used to build rifle stocks and the advantages they each have to offer.

War in the Desert: The Mauser-Vergueiro Rifle

An army should never go to war without rifles to arm its soldiers. Yet that was what almost happened to the Union Defence Force of South Africa in 1914.

The Ruger Model 77 Rifle Turns 50

A half-century on, it’s no coincidence that the upstart bolt-action that took on the big boys remains one of most respected rifles in the field.

1918 Mauser Tankgewehr: Restoring a World War I Tank Killer

Faced with waves of advancing Allied tanks, the Germans developed the massive 13.2 mm Tankgewehr. This one survived the war, but not a fire. Here’s the story of how a restorer put it back together for future generations.

A Look Back at the Mauser Model 1898 Rifle

The vast majority of bolt-action rifles on the market today can trace much of their lineage to Paul Mauser’s Model 1898 rifle.

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