Garand Vs. Pedersen

The M1 Garand’s adoption was far from a sure thing.

Rock-Ola M1 Carbine

Rock-Olas are some of the rarest M1 carbines.

Remington-Keene U.S. Navy Rifle

The Remington-Keene rifle designed for the U.S. Navy was not a bad design, but it was not extraordinary either.

The Smith-Corona Model 1903A3s

Although not as widely used as the M1 Garand, the Smith-Corona Model 1903A3s saw service in every theater of the war.

U.S. Krag-Jorgensen: The Foreign Rifle

Although it was slick, fast and accurate, the Krag-Jorgensen was obsolete before it even went into production.

Arms Of The Chosin Few

American troops defeated North Korean and Chinese troops in the Chosin Reservoir campaign.

Thompson Submachine Gun: The 'Tommy Gun' Goes To War

After World War I, Thompson became very interested in, if not obsessed with, the concept of a “trench broom,” as he called it, for close-quarters fighting.

The G.I. .45 M1911 In World War II

The .45-cal. M1911 and M1911A1 pistols saw widespread service in all theaters of the war and further cemented its stellar reputation as one of the finest military handguns of all time.

The First Garands

The U.S. Army adopted the U.S. Rifle Semiautomatic Caliber .30, M1, in 1936. It is better known as the M1 Garand.

The National Match M1 Garand

The M1 Garand was potentially as accurate as any service rifle ever made.

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