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CZ Model 27 Pistol

From the Dope Bag Archives: CZ Model 27 Pistol, February 1960.

Small Bores Versus Big Bores

Terse comments on a controversial subject by one of the world's most interesting big-game hunters.

Throwback Thursday: The Improved .45 Pistol

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article taken from the May 1924 issue, Major Lee O. Wright discusses the improvements Colt had just made to its "Automatic Pistol, Model of 1911."

Throwback Thursday: Firearms of Yesterday, The Lost Masterpiece

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article taken from the May 1924 issue, a collector shares a story of the gun that got away.

Veterans Day 1958

This editorial was originally published in the November 1958 issue of The American Rifleman. Fifty-six years later, Editor Walter Howe's admonishment for all U.S. citizens to be prepared to defend our American ideals, in peace or in war, ring as true today as they did then.

Throwback Thursday: Marksmanship and National Defense

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article taken from the October 1960 issue, Gen. Lyman L. Lemnitzer, the then-newly designated Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, stresses the importance of marksmanship training for all American citizens who would be subject to service in the event of war.

Throwback Thursday: Pistol Shooting

William Ewart Fairbairn—best known for the Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife—was one of the pioneers of gunfighting with the “one-hand gun.” In this article from The American Rifleman, March 1927—one of the primary documents of combat pistolcraft—Fairbairn sets out the philosophy and techniques he developed when he was with the Shanghai Police. Lessons he learned on the mean streets of Shanghai were taught to British Commandoe and SOE operatives, as well as Americans in the Office of Strategic Services—including Col. Rex Applegate.

Throwback Thursday: British Lion At Bay, Part 1

1942: Britain’s Fate Hangs in the Balance—Can Her Army Meet The Challenge?

Archives: The Price of Individual Rights

The real issue of the American Revolutionary War was between the idea that man exists for the benefit of the State and the idea that the State exists for the benefit of man. The real issue was the political independence of the individual.

Throwback Thursday: Snipers—Specialists in Warfare

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this week's article from July 1967, the author emphasizes how, since the early 1500s, snipers have been changing the course of history.

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