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Rock-Ola M1 Carbine

Rock-Olas are some of the rarest M1 Carbines.

M1 Carbine

A new version of the military's most-produced firearm.

The M1 Carbine

This Saginaw M1 Carbine retains its original NRA and Army Depot papers, increasing its value.

Rifleman’s Canfield Is a “Star,” A Cajun One

American Rifleman Field Editor Bruce N. Canfield is one of the nation’s leading authorities and authors on American military arms.

The Citadel M1-22

This sub-caliber replica of the iconic M1 provides historic fun.

Gallery: D-Day +70: The Men and Guns of the Battle for Normandy

As we commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings, we look back at the infantry arms-both well known and forgotten-used on this pivotal "Day of Days" in American history. (Photos courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration/U.S. Army Signal Corps)

The Most Famous Rifle Of D-Day … Wasn’t There?

When Lord Lovat led his British Commandos into Normandy on June 6, 1944, he carried his trademark Mannlicher-Shoenauer carbine across Sword Beach, right? Not so fast. Here's what he really carried.

Range Time with the FN P90

Last week, we were on the range with full-automatic version of the FN P90 chambered in 5.7x28 mm.

Inland Manufacturing's 1945 M1 Carbine

This new American gun manufacturing company is off to a great start with its factory-fresh replica of the WWII era M1 Carbine.

10 Things You Didn't Know About the M1 Carbine

The “U.S. Carbine, Caliber .30, M1” was the most produced American infantry arm of World War II. And it's back. Again.

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