The Guns Of Operation Torch
Deemed a safer option than a direct attack on Nazi-occupied France, Operation Torch—the Allied invasion of French North Africa—was nonetheless a hard-fought, six-month campaign. These are the guns that helped America’s warfighters win victory.
New For 2022: Silencer Central Banish Backcountry
Designed for the ounce-conscious hunter, the latest addition to the Silencer Central Banish lineup of suppressors is the Backcountry.
The Guns Of Guadalcanal
The six-month-long campaign to re-take Guadalcanal would prove to be a pivotal victory in the battle to turn back the Empire of Japan during World War II. So, which firearms were used and who carried them?
NRA Gun Of The Week: IWI Tavor 7
Watch American Rifleman staff on the range with the Tavor 7, a bullpup rifle similar in layout and function to the company’s earlier designs but upsized for the short-action 7.62 NATO cartridge.
Iwo Jima: The Men Who Fought & The Guns They Carried
The Battle of Iwo Jima is one of the bloodiest events of World War II, and from it came stories of uncommon valor and virtue. Here are the stories of the men who fought and their guns.
The U.S. Model 1919A4 Machine Gun
Based on the M1917A1 water-cooled, belt-fed machine gun, the lighter, air-cooled M1919A4 Browning was one of the standout arms used by American troops during World War II.
Editors’ Picks 2019: Hornady 300 PRC
Hornady’s newest cartridge, the 300 PRC, is being advertised as the ultimate .30-cal. magnum, and perhaps it is.
SHOT Show 2019: Winchester Victory Series .30 Caliber Ammunition
As part of its World War II Victory Series, Winchester has released. 30 carbine ammunition that replicates the original 110-gr. loading, but in packaging that looks a lot like what Winchester made from 1942 to 1945.
Texas Allows Airguns For Big-Game Hunting
The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) Commission announced that, effective Sept. 1, 2018, airguns and air bows using .30-cal. and larger projectiles will be allowed for the legal and ethical harvest of game animals, more specifically, deer and turkey.
Mr. Browning’s Gun: The U.S. Model Of 1917 Browning Machine Gun
A century ago, as the United States prepared to enter the Great War, John Moses Browning was ready with a water-cooled, belt-fed machine gun. Adopted as the U.S. Model of 1917, it would serve the “Doughboys” during the closing days of action in France—and even soldier on through the Korean War.