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ARTV Preview: The Maxim Machine Gun, Taurus USA G3 T.O.R.O. and LeMat Revolver

In this week's episode of American Rifleman TV, we reach the end of our picks for the top 10 machine guns of all time with No.1, the Maxim gun, take a look at the Taurus USA G3 T.O.R.O. and examine the history of the Civil War-era LeMat revolver.

Communist Small Arms of the Korean War

Throughout the Korean War, Communist North Korean and Chinese forces used a variety of small arms from different sources to arm their soldiers. Here we explore some of these Communist-used firearms.

"Over There:" An American Army on the Western Front

Watch this American Rifleman TV segment "Over There Part Two" to learn about the Untied State's preparation and experience entering the fighting during World War I.

The Guns of Port Arthur

The Russo-Japanese war of 1904-1905 is one of those rarely discussed conflicts that provides an important preview to important developments in warfare and weapons technology.

Video—ARTV Feature: Silencer Co.

American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach visits with the staff of Silencer Co., to check out the company's legendary suppressors.

The War to End All Wars That Wouldn’t End: The Polish-Soviet Conflict of 1920

In the chaos following the Armistice ending World War I, Soviet Communist armies moved west, threatening all of Europe.

America’s First: Hiram Maxim’s Heavy Machine Gun

Maxim took inspiration from a childhood memory of being knocked over by recoil to later patent gas-, recoil- and blowback-type firearms.

The Arab Revolt and the Guns of Lawrence of Arabia

T.E. Lawrence fought an unconventional campaign in the Arabian Desert during the Great War. But he had American help—the M1911 pistol and the Lewis light machine gun.

Back to Basics: Silencers

Silencers—or sounds suppressors—are available for all types of firearms, from rimfires to center-fires to even shotguns and a muzzleloader. Learn the basics here.

Marble Arms Celebrates 125 Years

It was 1892 when Webster Marble began manufacturing his Universal Rifle Sight, in the original Marble Arms & Mfg. Co.’s Gladstone, Mich., factory.

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