Remington-Keene U.S. Navy Rifle

Not a bad design, but not extraordinary either.

A Lot of Guys Named Joe

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from the June, 1944 issue: A Lot of Guys Named Joe..

M16s of the Great White North

The Canadian C7 and C8 families have features unique to the Canadian Forces.

Heavy Bullets In The Garand? Get Out Your Socket Wrench

Want to shoot heavy bullets out of an M1 Garand without bending your op rod or damaging your gas plug? All you need is a socket wrench.

The M1C Garand Sniper Rifle

When the U.S. Army sought a sniping rifle based on the M1 Garand at the end of World War II, the M1C, with its offset scope, was delivered in small numbers. Never the best solution, the M1C performed adequately in post-war service and remains one of the most highly prized American military rifles.

Cut-Down Springfield: The Rare M1903 “Bushmaster” Carbine

The 158th Infantry would become associated with an obscure variant of the U.S. M1903 Springfield rifle, the so-called “Bushmaster Carbine.”

70 Years Of Service: The 1870/87/15 Vetterli-Vitali

While there are many military rifles that have seen extensive service, the Italian M1870/87/15 Vetterli-Vitali stands out as one of the longest-serving military rifles in any guise.

French Mas 49/56 Rifle -- I Have This Old Gun

French Mas 49/56 Rifle -- I Have This Old Gun

I Have This Old Gun: Hotchkiss Portative Model 1914 MK1

Though it didn’t produce lasting success, the Hotchkiss Portative Model 1914 MK1 is the firearm that brought the American military into the 20th century in terms of a portable, light machine gun.

Video: H&K MP5

Watch this "I Have This Old Gun" segment from a past episode of American Rifleman TV to learn more about the Heckler & Koch MP5 submachine gun.

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