The RSC Modele 1917 developed by France in World War I represented a huge technological leap for battle rifles and saw heavy use on the Western Front.
The Fabrique Nationale FN-49 was one of the last military rifles made of forged, blued steel and walnut the old-school way. Today, they are favorites among shooters and collectors alike.
From its introduction, American Rifleman has covered the M1 Garand from many angles. Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe discusses the legacy of this iconic battle rifle.
For many, the M14 and the commercial M1A are the rifles that people love to hate. Is such criticism justified, though? Here, we take an objective view of the platform and what it offers to today's firearm enthusiasts.
Springfield Armory rolled out a shortened version of its M1A in 2020, combining the wood-stocked aesthetics of the classic M14 with the shot barrel of the SOCOM 16.
The changing nature of the war in Afghanistan led to the re-issue of the 7.62x51 mm NATO M14 rifle.