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The Model of 1941 Johnson Rifle in Marine Service

The Model of 1941 Johnson Rifle in Marine Service

Although the M1 Garand was the United States’ main infantry rifle during World War II—the...
Back to Basics: Modern Rifle Optics

Back to Basics: Modern Rifle Optics

Today’s riflescope is tougher, more precise with its elevation and windage adjustments, and has much...
A Look Back at the Weatherby Rifle

A Look Back at the Weatherby Rifle

While businesses evolve with marketplace changes, Weatherby adapts modern demands to a remarkably successful product...
Retro Rifles from Brownells and MarColMarFirearms

Retro Rifles from Brownells and MarColMarFirearms

Brownell's has gone to great lengths to produce an authentic Cuban Model using current DPMS...
D-Day + 75: Arms of the Airborne

D-Day + 75: Arms of the Airborne

Seventy-five years ago, Allied troops invaded Hitler’s “Fortress Europe” to bring an end to Nazi...
Taking Stock of Your Long Guns

Taking Stock of Your Long Guns

Learn more about the different materials used to build rifle stocks and the advantages they...
Rifles of the United States Navy & Marine Corps: 1866-1917

Rifles of the United States Navy & Marine Corps: 1866-1917

While reading this book, I found myself at about every third or fourth page exclaiming—“I...
Rifleman Q & A: Springfield vs. Enfield–Fame By Name

Rifleman Q & A: Springfield vs. Enfield–Fame By Name

A reader inquires why is the ’03 Springfield is accorded so much fame.
Henry Repeating Arms Honors Military Veterans, Law Enforcement

Henry Repeating Arms Honors Military Veterans, Law Enforcement

Henry Repeating Arms presented engraved tribute-edition rifles to six deserving individuals in recognition of their...
A Look Back at the Thompson Submachine Gun

A Look Back at the Thompson Submachine Gun

There is only a limited supply of Thompsons left, and fewer yet that can be...
Speaking the G.I.'s Language: The M16 Comic Book Manual

Speaking the G.I.'s Language: The M16 Comic Book Manual

As reports of M16s failing in combat began to filter in, the U.S. Army scrambled...
Archives: Britain’s "New" Rifle

Archives: Britain’s "New" Rifle

From the American Rifleman archives we learn about the No. 4 Mk I, which was...
Springfield Armory's First Model 1903 Rifle

Springfield Armory's First Model 1903 Rifle

The authors trace the fascinating history of just one M1903, the very first, serial No....
Rifleman Q & A: A Winchester Riflescope?

Rifleman Q & A: A Winchester Riflescope?

A reader inquires about an article in American Rifleman about the use of Winchester scopes...
The G.I. Thompson In World War II

The G.I. Thompson In World War II

Although the U.S. Army was slow to adopt the iconic gun, the Marines had been...
The Case for the 20"-Barreled AR-15 Rifle

The Case for the 20"-Barreled AR-15 Rifle

Although the semi-automatic M4-style carbine has dominated the AR market for many years, there is...
The Krag Is Still Relevant

The Krag Is Still Relevant

The Krag, and its .30-40 Krag cartridge, enjoyed a much longer hunting life because a...
Irish Lewis Light Machine Guns in the United States

Irish Lewis Light Machine Guns in the United States

Col. Isaac Newton Lewis capitalized on the experimental drum-fed, air-cooled, McLean machine gun, developing a...
War in the Desert: The Mauser-Vergueiro Rifle

War in the Desert: The Mauser-Vergueiro Rifle

An army should never go to war without rifles to arm its soldiers. Yet that...
My Trusty Red Ryder

My Trusty Red Ryder

From the American Rifleman archives: It was the first “gun” for many of us, and...
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