The FN-49

Book Review: 'The FN-49–Last Elegant Old-World Military Rifle'

Loaded with new information, and nearly double the size of his previous work, Author Wayne Johnson is back with more hardbound facts surrounding the FN-49 self-loading rifle.

Book Review: The US M3/M3A1 Submachine Gun

Michael Heidler, no stranger to writing about firearm history, has produced a most impressive volume on one of this author’s favorite World War II firearms, the M3 “grease gun.”

Book Review: Classic Guns Of The World Series

Since 1974, Schiffer Publishing has been producing high-quality, glossy-paged books on nearly every type of antique of interest to the collector’s market. For arms and militaria collectors, the publisher’s Schiffer Military branch has been the go-to for books on nearly every aspect of 20th-century military material.

Book Review: The Colt Walker Army Revolver

NRA National Firearms Museum Senior Curator Philip Schreier reviews "The Colt Walker Army Revolver" by Charles W. Pate.

Review: 'U.S. Small Arms Of World War II'

Bruce Canfield's "U.S. Small Arms of World War II" is a rich tome complete with a wealth of information and impressive color photography.

Book Review: "Revolver"

In his new book, Revolver, Jim Rasenberger uses sweeping prose to tell the story of Samuel Colt and his quest to bring his idea for a revolving firearm to market.

Book Review: The Martini-Henry: For Queen And Empire

"The Martini-Henry: For Queen and Empire" is one of the most comprehensive works on the British military Martini-Henry to come out in years.

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: Foundations Of Sniper Marksmanship

Author and law enforcement sniping instructor John C. Simpson undertook his 123-p., 6"x9" softcover Foundations Of Sniper Marksmanship mainly because of the frequency with which he encountered students who lacked even a minimal knowledge of riflecraft.

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