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The 7x57 mm Mauser: History & Performance

Developed in the early 1890s, the 7x57 mm Mauser was the high-speed, low-drag cartridge of its day, and it still holds its own more than a century after its adoption.

Book Review: 'Carvings from the Veldt: Part Three'

In this book review, we take a look at "Carvings from the Veldt: Part Three" by David C. George detailing the carving found on Boer-era firearms.

Book Review: 'Carvings from the Veldt: Part Two'

In this book review we take a look at "Carvings from the Veldt: Part Two" by David C. George detailing the carving found on Boer era firearms.

Book Review: 'Carvings from the Veldt: Part One'

Available in three volumes, "Carvings from the Veldt: Rifle Carvings of the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902" is one of the definitive volumes of these richly-decorated rifles.

Navy Arms Offers 1895 Chilean Mausers

A limited number of reconditioned Model 1895 Chilean Mausers have been brought into the U.S. by Navy Arms and are now for sale.

Video—I Have This Old Gun: Boer Mauser

Check out this recent "I Have This Old Gun" segment from a recent episode of ARTV to learn about the rifle that helped Boer burghers hold out against the mighty British Empire,

Video—I Have This Old Gun: Long Lee-Enfields

Join American Rifleman's Mark Keefe for a discussion on Long Lee-Enfield's.

Throwback Thursday: Champions of Civilian Marksmanship

The June 1989 American Rifleman presented a history of how civilian marksmanship marksmanship was promoted through the expansion of rifle clubs in England after its army suffered great losses during the Anglo-Boer War.

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