Model 1895 Nagant revolver

Rifleman Q&A: Identifying Russian Revolver Ammo

Can you help identify a small box of what I believe is Russian-made ammunition?

Rifleman Q&A: Socket-Style Bayonet Mount

Puzzled by an apparent early socket-style bayonet, one NRA member writes Rifleman Q&A for answers concerning its mounting type.

Rifleman Q&A: A Parkerifled Single-Shot Pistol

Q: I have an old gun that I cannot identify. It’s a .22-cal., single-shot, target-style pistol. I believe the barrel is a Parkerfield, but the stamping is spelled “PARKERIFLED.”

Rifleman Q&A: A Backup Pistol For The SS?

My father was a private first class in the 17th Airborne Division and made the parachute jump into Germany where he acquired an unusual semi- automatic pistol from a surrendering German SS officer. The gun is marked “DUO” on its stocks.

Rifleman Q&A: Soviet Tula-Korovin Pistol

We answer an American Rifleman reader's question about a Russian-made pistol he has in his collection.

Rifleman Q & A: French-Made Mosin-Nagant?

In this Rifleman Q & A segment, we answer questions about a unique, French-made variant of the popular Mosin-Nagant rifle.

Rifleman Q & A: A Belgian Cape Gun?

A reader inquires about a double-barreled Cape rifle/shotgun.

Rifleman Q & A: Fred Adolph Rifle– “If I Rest, I Rust”

A reader inquires about an engraved single-shot .25-35 Win. rifle with set triggers, an octagonal barrel and a flip-up sight.

Rifleman Q & A: Antoine Ronge Pistol

A reader has a question regarding a pistol he received and that reputedly came back from France around the time of World War II.

Rifleman Q & A: Model 1894 Peculiarities

A reader asks for help identifying peculiarities of his Winchester Model 1894.

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