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Emperor Selassie's Treasure: The Guns of Royal Tiger Imports

The guns being brought in from Ethiopia by Royal Tiger Imports represent one of the most important military-surplus finds in decades.

FN Mausers and the Fight for Israel

When Israel declared its independence in 1948, it acquired rifles—including some used by the Germans during World War II—from any source it could find. New Mausers made at FN saw service in the Israeli War of Independence, and on through the Six-Day War.

Video: Argentine Mausers

Watch this "I Have This Old Gun" segment on the Argentine Mausers from a recent episode of American Rifleman Television.

Video: I Have This Old Gun—Swedish Mausers

Watch this "I Have This Old Gun" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV in which editors examine the highly collectible Swedish Mauser rifles.

Mitchell's Mausers PPS50/22

The World War II-era PPSh-41 was a symbol of Russian resistance to the Nazi invasion. It's an iconic firearm, well steeped in history—and also a select-fire submachine-gun capable of full-automatic fire. That makes it a Class III firearm, so examples are subject to legal restrictions on sale, ownership and transport—not to mention quite expensive.

Gun of the Week: Mitchell's Mausers PPS50/22

Gun of the Week: Mitchell's Mausers PPS50/22

Mitchell's Mausers PPS50/22

The Mitchell’s Mausers PPS50/22 is a semi-auto, .22 LR version of the World War II-era PPSh-41 that was a symbol of Russian resistance to the Nazis.

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