On this week's episode of American Rifleman TV, NRA's Larry Quandahl walks us through the NRA rules for safe gun handling. We'll also take a look at the Hornady 6 mm ARC and the Degtyaryov DP-28 light machine gun.
In the chaos following the Armistice ending World War I, Soviet Communist armies moved west, threatening all of Europe.
The lesser-known cousin of the famous PPSh 41, the stamped-steel, 7.62x25 mm-chambered PPSh 43 submachine gun was the real hero of WWII for many Soviet troops.
After the Great War, Soviet Russia sought to upgrade its military capability—especially when it came to sniping rifles. The result was the scope-sighted, bolt-action Mosin-Nagant, used with deadly effect against the Nazis on the Eastern Front.
From American Rifleman TV's "I Have This Old Gun," check out this video of one of the most iconic firearms of World War II.