Book Review: 'The FN-49–Last Elegant Old-World Military Rifle'
Loaded with new information, and nearly double the size of his previous work, Author Wayne Johnson is back with more hardbound facts surrounding the FN-49 self-loading rifle.
The Johnson Auto-Carbine: A Firearm History Footnote
The hard-hitting .30-’06 Sprg. Johnson Auto-Carbine could have been one of the most important infantry arms of World War II. Never heard of it? There’s a reason for that.
NRA Gun of the Week: U.S. M1A1 Carbine
Mark Keefe takes an iconic World War II carbine to the range for this week's Gun of the Week.
The Krag Is Still Relevant
The Krag, and its .30-40 Krag cartridge, enjoyed a much longer hunting life because a large number of surplus Krag rifles and carbines were sold to civilians.
Shedding New Light on the “Air Service” Springfield M1903
There has been confusion and speculation about the M1903 Springfield “Stripped for Air Service.” Documents from the National Archives explain the why, how many were made, and how the “Air Service ’03” was obsolete before it was even made.
Barrett Firearms New DoD Contracts Include MRADs in 300 PRC
Barrett Firearms Mfg. has announced it has been awarded several new military contracts.
The AR-10 Story
Fewer than 10,000 original AR-10s were produced, and its true legacy is its spawning of its smaller caliber successor.
Video—ARTV: Pacific War, Guam, Part 4
In this fourth installment in "The Men and Guns of the Pacific," the ARTV crew heads to Guam.
1918 Mauser Tankgewehr: Restoring a World War I Tank Killer
Faced with waves of advancing Allied tanks, the Germans developed the massive 13.2 mm Tankgewehr. This one survived the war, but not a fire. Here’s the story of how a restorer put it back together for future generations.
Video—I Have This Old Gun: Remington Model 720 Rifle
Watch this "I Have This Old Gun" segment from a recent episode of ARTV, which takes a look at the Remington Model 720 Rifle.