FBI Finds Trove Of Missing Historic Guns
An anonymous tip fielded by a pair of Pennsylvania detectives re-launched the investigation that finally solved cold cases that spanned six states and included missing items from 16 different museums.
National Military Women's Memorial
Located within the Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., the National Military Women's Memorial honors the service of more than three million American women who have served in the armed forces.
The Spencer Rifle: Christopher’s Legacy Design
This is the story of how Christopher Miner Spencer developed from boy-aged wood- and metalworker to legendary gunmaker, ultimately spurring a new era in American firearm history.
Hand-Engraved, Silver-Plated New Original Henry Rifle Heads To Auction
There are few places in the country more impressive than The Cody Firearms Museum for history buffs and firearms enthusiasts, and Henry Repeating Arms, Baron Engraving and Davidson’s have created something special to support the facility.
Great Guns Of The American West
Beyond their utilitarian function, firearms have been admired over the centuries for their intrinsic artistic form and, often, their lavishly applied decoration. Pictured here are guns belonging to one of America’s foremost collectors with provenance to legendary figures such as Bat Masterson, George Armstrong Custer, Tom Horn, Tom Mix and Jesse James.
Washington’s Pistols At West Point
George Washington and the Continental Army were plagued by a variety of problems during the harsh winter of 1777-’78, but the gift of a pair of pistols warmed the heart of America’s commander-in-chief and future first president.
Liberty: Don Troiani’s Paintings Of The American Revolution
Noted artist and American Rifleman contributor Don Troiani will display some of his original artwork at his first-ever major exhibition, which is being hosted by the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia, Pa. The exhibition opened Oct. 16 and runs until Sept. 5, 2022, in the museum’s first-floor Patriots Gallery.
Rifleman Q&A: Roos Underhammer Muzzleloader
From the archives of American Rifleman, read about a German-made, upside-down built, small-bore muzzleloader.
NRA Museums: 85 Years Of Preserving The Past For The Future
In June 1923, the Official Journal of the National Rifle Association became The American Rifleman, a bi-monthly publication with a staff that included Maj. Julian S. Hatcher, Lt. Col. Townsend Whelen, Capt. Charles Askins, Sr. and a host of others whose names read like a who’s who of legendary gun writers and experts.
The U.S.S. LST 393: World War II U.S. Navy Tank Landing Ship
Now in Muskegon, Mich. as a museum ship, U.S.S. LST 393 once served as a specialized landing ship for the United States Navy, delivering thousands of troops and vehicles from the coast of Sicily to the shores of Normandy during D-day.