Interior Grants Given to Protect American Battlefields
U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt announced $3 million in grants designed to expand and protect a number of American battlefields.
The Battle of France: Guns of Allied & Axis Troops
Seventy-five years ago, beginning on May 10, 1940, German forces struck against Western Europe, invading Holland, Belgium and France.
New Zealand Gun Buyback Gets Ugly, Targets Historic Arms
Predictably, the New Zealand Gun Buyback program championed by the country's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, took a turn for the worse, as several episodes attest.
A Look Back At The 1917 Enfield
The author takes a look back at one of the great guns of history.
Book Review—Handbook of Machine Gun Support Equipment and Accessories 1895 – 1945
This massive tome is a full-color catalog of everything you never knew you needed for the favorite Class III gun in your life.
Product Preview: Cold Steel 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife
Cold Steel’s 1917 Frontier Bowie, while not a reproduction of any specific military or civilian example, is nonetheless a period-evocative interpretation.
Rolling Thunder: An Interview with Clint Smith of Thunder Ranch
Executive Editor Joe Kurtenbach sits down with Thunder Ranch's Clint Smith to talk about his history with guns and his distinguished career in firearms training.
Lost Treasure: Magic, Mystery and a Colt 1911
This is not just a 1911 story. It is a treasure story, just as much a mystery, and there is definitely magic involved.
To Arm Against an Enemy: Colonial Williamsburg Highlights Small Arms of the Revolution
A new exhibit at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum at Virginia's Colonial Williamsburg seeks to showcase the vast array of guns and edged weapons used in the fight for American independence.
Touring the Newly Refurbished Cody Firearms Museum
The newly refurbished museum now puts the collection front and center in a way that will enthrall the average museum-goer and satisfy any avid gun enthusiast.