“Trench Guns” Of World War I

America’s Prototype 'Trench Guns' Of World War I

Arms of all sorts were in high demand at the onset of the Great War, including a new type of close-quarters combat firearm: the repeating shotgun. Though several designs were explored, only a few made it into the trenches before the Armistice was signed.

The Remington Model 11 Sportsman In World War II

Just like millions of American sportsmen, Remington’s “The Sportsman” pulled its weight as a trainer and guard gun during World War II.

Browning Auto-5: The First Successful Semi-Auto Shotgun

It was the first successful semi-automatic shotgun design, and its 96 years of production are a tribute to the enduring genius of John Moses Browning.

The Keefe Report: Remington Model 11

Today, we take for granted the fact that a semi-automatic shotgun is simply going to work.

Video—ARTV: Remington 200, Part 1

In this first of a two-part series on 200 years of Remington, ARTV takes a look back at some of the landmark events in this storied company's history.

Wiley Clapp: The .38 S&W—Isn't That Special?

Here's a quick question for all you budding handgun historians: What is a Smith & Wesson Model 11?

A Battle At Barrington: The Men & The Guns

On Nov. 27, 1934, two federal agents faced two heavily armed bandits in what is possibly the most savage gunfight on American soil. In the end, it cost the lives of two G-Men and Baby Face Nelson. Here, a Pulitzer Prize winner tells the tale.

Review: Savage Model 11 Scout Rifle

It’s pretty much impossible to mention a scout-style rifle without a reference to Col. Jeff Cooper, who popularized the concept.

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