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Exploded View of the French MAS 49/56

For 30 years, the French Army used a version of the MAS 49/56 chambered in 7.5x54 mm.

Guns of the Falklands War

Despite both countries’ modernity, the Falklands conflict contained a lot of conventional fighting.

The M14 Enhanced Battle Rifle

The changing nature of the war in Afghanistan led to the re-issue of the 7.62x51 mm NATO M14 rifle.

Crimson Trace Infrared Lasers in Action

Crimson Trace Infrared Lasers in Action

The Military Model 70

The Model 70 never saw significant use by the U.S. military.

Ohio Ordnance Works M240 SLR

The M240 SLR is a semi-auto-only version of the FN MAG.

New U.S. Military Bullet Partially Revealed

The U.S. military is soon to field a new projectile in its standard issue 5.56 mm NATO cartridge. There are two purposes to the new projectile: increased performance and less toxicity in the environment (i.e., lead-free).

Who Would Buy That Thing?

What is Leupold thinking with the CQBSS? It costs more than most used cars,” wrote one budget-conscious NRA member.

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..

Training Combat Pistolmen

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from the July, 1944 issue: Training Combat Pistolmen.

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