Glenn Gilbert’s Top 10 Handguns
Editors’ picks for the handguns that changed the world.
I'm not sure where this underlug business really got its start, but I was around when it really got rolling. A term that relates most commonly to DA/SA revolvers, underlug refers to an integral extension of metal that runs along the bottom side of the barrel.
Triple K Saddle Leather Rifle Scabbard
Triple K proves that saddle leather isn’t just for cowboys.
"The Gunny" Speaks: Saving Private K9
American Rifleman gets some face time with The Gunny.
The Vickers K Gun and D-Day
The U.S. Army Rangers storming Pointe Du Hoc were not the only Allied troops using Vickers K Guns on D-Day. If you read about the K Gun in Marty Morgan’s "The Forgotten Guns of D-Day" article and were curious about the Vickers K Gun, here’s more on British Commandoes use of them.
The Enduring Hand Ejector
Long-time gun owners take their ability to identify various makes and models for granted. But what about newer shooters just embarking on a new hobby? For them, the nomenclature created over many decades is a whole new language, as Wiley Clapp recently learned.
The Men And Guns Of D-Day
On June 6, 1944, Allied troops carried out an amphibious and airborne assault on Hitler’s Fortress Europe in Normandy. Here are the stories of some of the men and the arms they used at the start of “The Great Crusade.”
The Homecoming of a Lost Marine
Seventy-three years after Marine Pvt. Harry Tye engaged in one of the bloodiest battles of the Pacific Theater in World War II, he is finally home and laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.
Wiley Clapp: The .38 S&W—Isn't That Special?
Here's a quick question for all you budding handgun historians: What is a Smith & Wesson Model 11?
Tested: Arsenal Inc. SAM7SF-84G Bulgarian AK-47
The high-quality SAM7SF-84G AK-style semi-automatic rifle from Arsenal Inc. sports unique features not commonly found on AKs available in the U.S.