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Sgt. York: American Rifleman, American Hero

From the American Rifleman archives comes this story of faith, courage and straight shooting, which resulted in this Tennessee mountaineer being awarded the Medal of Honor.

Doughboy Sniper Rifles Of World War I

The ’03 Springfield, fitted with telescopic sights and fired by American soldiers and Marines, was the scourge of “No Man’s Land” during World War I.

Guns On The Border: The 1916 'Punitive Expedition' To Mexico

In 1916, Mexican bandits were a clear and present danger to the citizens of the United States, and the "Punitive Expedition" proved to be an important test of arms.

Sniping From Below: Periscope Rifles In World War I

World War I saw the widespread introduction of many, what we would call, “modern” arms, including the aircraft, the machine gun, the armored vehicle, the submarine and even poison gas.

America's Snipers in The Great War

A century ago, American snipers fought in both the trenches of France and in the open warfare that followed cracking the German lines. The courage, sacrifice and marksmanship of trained American snipers made a difference on the battlefield.

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

A reader inquires why is the ’03 Springfield is accorded so much fame.

Lt. Col. “Sherm” Mills—Last Man Standing at the U.S. Springfield Arsenal

For the first time ever, we learn how retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Mills, decorated Vietnam veteran, found himself with orders to close the doors on this iconic institution.

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