Browning Automatic Rifle - I Have This Old Gun
Browning Automatic Rifle History
Smith & Wesson U.S. Model 1917 Revolver
This 85 percent gun would easily fetch $850 to $1,100 as both a shooter and a military collectable.
Which Bayonet For The '97 "Trench Gun"?
Ever wonder if there was a special bayonet made just for the Model 1897 Trench Gun from WWI?
M1917 Display Bayonet
When the M1917 rifle and bayonet were adopted in 1917, the bayonets were manufactured by Remington and Winchester. Learn more here.
Throwback Thursday: Lessons of the War
Every Thursday we'll share an article from the archives. From the August 20, 1914 edition of Arms & The Man, the editors caution on siding too strongly with any of the combatants, but rather with the one whose cause is most just. (Armor Plate Press image)
The Home of the “Hairy Ones”
Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. From the Oct. 7, 1915, Arms & The Man, is the story of the French infantry—the poilu, the “hairy ones” —as the shelled, bombed, filthy, bearded men fought and died to throw the Germans out of their homeland. How frontline? Try 75 feet from the Germans.
The FN Browning 1910 Pistol And The Great War
On June 28, 1914, seven students in Sarajevo set out to assassinate Austria’s Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Armed with bombs and four FN Model 1910 pistols, they set in motion one of the world’s greatest conflicts.
Throwback Thursday: A Twenty-Five Shot, Periscope Trench Springfield
Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. This article is from "Arms and the Man," Oct. 1917.
Special Presentation: Maj. John Plaster on “Sniping in the Great War”
Retired U.S. Army Special Forces Major John Plaster continues his sniping history seminars, this year covering the First World War which saw the true birth of modern sniping.