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FN Awarded $92 Million Contract for M240s and Receivers

FN America was awarded a contract valued at $92 million to produce more M240 machine guns and spare receivers for the U.S. Army, on top of the other contracts it was awarded last year.

I Have This Old Gun: American Lewis Light Machine Gun

In this American Rifleman TV segment of "I Have This Old Gun," we take a look at the features and history of the American version of the Lewis Light Machine Gun in U.S. service from World War I to World War II.

Coming Soon: ZEV Technologies Folding Defensive Pistol-9

Magpul announced a collaboration with ZEV Technologies to produce the Folding Defensive Pistol-9 based on its famous FMG9 design.

Unsung: The AN/M2 .50-cal. Machine Gun in World War II

From Pearl Harbor until the Japanese surrender, the AN/M2 .50-cal. Browning machine gun served in the air, on land and at sea, and was a part of every major American battle in every theater of operations around the world. It was the unsung hero of American firepower during World War II.

U.S. Army Issues M249 SAW Contract to FN America

The FN America contract for the M249 SAW carries a completion date in 2025.

At The Range: M60 General-Purpose Machine Gun

Watch this American Rifleman "At The Range" video segment above to learn about the M60 general-purpose machine gun chambered in 7.62 mm NATO.

This Old Gun: Russian RPD

Watch this episode of "I Have This Old Gun" from a past episode of American Rifleman TV to learn about the Russian RPD light machine gun.

'Over There:' Stalemate, Fighting & Firearms on the Western Front

Watch this American Rifleman TV segment "Over There Part One" to learn about the impact that German weaponry during World War I and the human cost of battles like Verdun.

This Old Gun: M1919 Browning Machine Gun

The M1919 Browning was the workhorse machine gun of the U.S. Military during World War II. Learn about the background behind this durable and reliable design.

When Pigs Fly: The Heliborne M60 Machine Gun in Vietnam

The conflict in Vietnam is considered by many to have been an infantryman’s war. While that may be true, it certainly took a tremendous amount of support from the air and the sea to give American soldiers and Marines a competitive advantage in the harsh environment of Southeast Asia.

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