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Throwback Thursday: Domestic Struggle

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the archives. From the August 6, 1914 edition of Arms & The Man, the editors mull the outbreak of World War I and the imminent United States' involvement. (Armor Plate Press image)

I Have This Old Gun: Remington-UMC M1911

I Have This Old Gun: Remington-UMC M1911

Web-Exclusive Preview: Americans in World War I—A Chauchat Medal of Honor

In this web exclusive, we tell the story of Pvt. Thomas C. Neibauer, an automatic rifleman in the 42nd "Rainbow" Division and an Idaho native, who received the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Great War.

Ending “The War To End All Wars”

On Nov. 11, 1918, an armistice ended combat on the Western Front.

NRA Gun of the Week: Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III

The Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III was the main British infantry rifle of the Great War. Learn more about this iconic 1913 rifle in this week's NRA Gun of the Week video.

Handguns of The Great War: Lugers and Broomhandles

Watch this feature segment on the "Handguns of World War I" from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV.

The Chauchat Light Machine Gun: Not Really One of the Worst Guns Ever

Despite its reputation, the "Fusil Mitrailleur Modéle 1915 CSRG" served effectively in combat for the French military chambered for the 8x50R Lebel cartridge, the Belgian military in 7.65x53 mm, and the Polish military in 7.92x57 mm Mauser.

Web-Exclusive Preview: Americans in World War I—Verdun, France

Historian and American Rifleman TV Field Editor Martin K. A. Morgan describes the horror of trench warfare that Doughboys of the American Expeditionary Force would face.

Video—ARTV: Remington 200, Part 2

In part 2 of "Remington 200," follow ARTV staff through the latter half of this quintessentially American company's history.

A Lewis Gun For The Trenches

Machine guns changed the battlefield during the Great War, driving soldiers below ground into the trenches to escape enemy fire. But here is a century-old solution, found by contributor Tom Laemlein, to firing a Lewis light machine without exposing the gunner to the enemy. And it is one we have never seen before—or since.

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