Early last year, the Puerto Rican Police Bureau demilled and liquidated some of its old stocks of rifles as parts kits for private purchase. These kits give the average enthusiast the ability of building up a clone of one of the earliest evolutions of the AR-15 platform: the Colt Model 601.
The most famous rifle of D-Day—or at least the most memorable rifle of “The Longest Day”—wasn’t actually there. Lord Lovat did carry his Mannlicher-Schoenauer carbine in combat, however, and we can learn a lot about British and American guns used during World War II from his memoirs.
In this week's episode, we'll explore the history of the Colt Walker revolver, review the Lockdown Puck and look back at the Abyssinian Mauser rifles.
From the days of the first colonists and the Wild West to today, American women have been an integral part of our firearm heritage. This is just part of the story of women and their guns.
The Honored American Veterans Afield non-profit held a four day training event in Bandera, Tex. in October, overcoming the difficulties that COVID-19 has placed on the community.
We all know about the M1 Garand and the Thompson submachine gun, but troops in Normandy used much more. See these 12 forgotten guns of the D-Day landings.
Tonight on American Rifleman TV: D-Day + 75—Pointe du Hoc; Springfield 1911 TRP 10 mm RMR; The First Ruger
The new season of American Rifleman TV premieres tonight on Outdoor Channel, with the ARTV staff continuing its journey through Normandy on the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landing.