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The M1903 Springfield: A Look Back

Staring out as a patent rip-off of the 1898 Mauser, the M1903 Springfield remains a popular rifle to this day.

The Ruger Red Label Shotgun: A Look Back

The Ruger Red Label shotgun was an innovative attempt at putting a quality shotgun in a working man’s hands.

A Look Back at the Winchester Model 52 Rifle

After the Great War, Winchester did some reorganization of its product line since returning Doughboys showed a preference for bolt-action rifles. Thus after much experimentation, the Model 52 was born.

A Look Back At The Mauser C96

At first look, the Mauser C96 seems as ungainly as a newborn colt. Its weight and bulk hardly lends itself to any modern notion of a carry gun, but a closer inspection reveals a gracefulness in construction no longer seen in today’s pistols.

The Mauser C96: A Look Back

In this installment of "A Look Back," we're checking out the Mauser C96 "Broomhandle," one of the earliest semi-automatic handguns.

Merwin Hulbert & Co. Guns: Forgotten Western Revolvers

Merwin Hulbert revolvers were innovative in design and beautifully made, but the company was plagued by bad business decisions.

A Look Back at the Remington Model 8

Who designed the first successful semi-automatic rifle capable of handling any North American big game? Guess…

A Look Back at the Winchester Model 88 Rifle

This bolt-action rifle operated by a lever was ahead of its time.

A Look Back at the Remington XP-100 Pistol

Big Green’s futuristic pistol ushered in the exotic single-shot hunting pistols 53 years ago.

A Look Back at the M1 Carbine

Like a lot of things American, the popularity of the M1 Carbine grew more because of imagination than practicality.

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