Review: Zastava USA M91
By the 1990s, Zastava Arms—formerly the Yugoslavian national arsenal and now located in the country of Serbia—began designing an updated version of the M76. While it uses a long-stroke design, the new rifle, called the M91, differs by using a stamped-steel receiver and firing the 7.62x54 mm R cartridge.
Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory Saint Victor .308 Win.
Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "Rifleman Review" from 2020 to learn more about the Springfield Armory Saint Victor in .308 Win.
Rifleman Review: Winchester 22 Wildcat
Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "Rifleman Review" from 2019 to learn more about the Winchester 22 Wildcat semi-automatic carbine.
Ruger Mini-30: The 7.62x39 mm Mini-14
First introduced when large stocks of 7.62x39 mm ammunition became available in the U.S. Market, Ruger's Mini-30 continues to be a popular choice, blending the Mini-14 with the power of the Russian .30-cal. cartridge.
The German MG42: Was Its Bark Worse Than Its Bite?
In the middle of WWII, the U.S. Army posted War Department Film Bulletin No. 81, which claimed that the bark of the MG42 was worse than its bite. We're not buying it.
First to Fight the Blitzkrieg: Polish Small Arms in September 1939
When Nazi Germany invaded Poland on Sept. 1, 1939, they found the Polish military to be inferior in numbers, but not completely short-changed in effective equipment or fighting spirit.
Top-Selling Semi-Automatic Rifles — June 2019
What were the best-selling semi-automatic rifles last month? Here is the latest report from Gun Genius (powered by GunBroker.com):
Top-Selling Semi-Automatic Rifles of 2018
See what Gun Genius (powered by GunBroker.com) has listed as its top-selling new and used semi-automatic rifles for 2018.
Video—ARTV: IWI Part 2
Senior Executive Editor Brian Sheetz heads back to the range with the Uzi Pro pistol and the Galil Ace carbine.
'Grim Reapers:' The Machine Guns Of World War I
A century ago, Americans of the American Expeditionary Force arrived in France and began filtering into the death and stalemate of the trenches. Machine guns transformed the battlefield of the Western Front, and here is a look at guns nicknamed the “Grim reapers” or the "Devil’s Paintbrush.”