'Limited Standard': The M1919A6 Machine Gun
The U.S. M1919A6 machine gun was a modification of the M1919A4 intended to give a single trooper comparable firepower in a lighter-weight package. It was a compromise gun, and like many such designs, it could not do everything well.
First Look: Nosler Suppressors
In 2022, Nosler expanded into suppressors with four all-new models designed for durability, lightness and great sound mitigation.
Preview: Hatsan Blitz Air Rifle
The .30-cal. Blitz air rifle from Hatsan is a full-auto pneumatically powered product that packs a punch.
Review: Silencer Central Banish 30 Suppressor
Silencer Central is revolutionizing the suppressor-buying market, and it's contributing options like the Banish 30 to an ever-growing lineup.
The Pedersen Device: A Secret Weapon Of WWI
Though never used in combat, the innovative Pedersen Device was a potential solution to the horrors of trench warfare and a tribute to the genius of its designer.
Product Preview: MTM Case-Gard Metal Ammo Can Tray
The Metal Ammo Can Tray, from MTM Case-Gard, is a new solution for stacking, storing and carrying traditional metal military ammunition cans.
Video—ARTV: Inland Mfg. M1A1 “Paratrooper” Carbine Review
We are shooting the Inland Mfg. M1A1 "Paratrooper" Carbine in this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman Television.
Inland Announces T-30 M1 .30 Caliber Carbine
A rare World War II, Korea and early Vietnam-era Carbine is back for today's shooters.
Winchester Goes To War
Throughout this century, Winchester has been called upon to be a vital part of the ”Arsenal of Democracy.” Though not as well regarded as its commercial guns, the firm’s military arms served our servicemen and women well in both World Wars.
An American Rifleman reader inquires about the nomenclature for the bolt-action Springfield rifle.