Mapping the Course of Canada’s Inglis Hi-Power Pistols
Looking back at the Inglis Hi-Power, a Canadian version of Browning's legendary World War II-era gun that still holds up to this day.
Grease Gun: Examining the M3/M3A1 Submachine Gun
Here's a look at the M3/M3A1 'Grease Gun,' a .45 ACP full-auto submachine gun that delivered for the United States and its allies.
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The Winding, Myth-Filled Story of Japanese Battle Rifles
Untangling the complex story of famous Japanese battle rifles that served during wartime such as the Type 38 Arisaka or the Type 99.
Gun Review: A 1944 Smith & Wesson Victory .38 Special Revolver
The .38 Special Smith & Wesson Victory revolver proved ideal for Amerian and British warriors alike during the Second World War.
Gangster Gun: The Remington Model 11 Shotgun
Meet the classic John Browning design that became the go-to scattergun of the 1930s: the Remington Model 11 shotgun.
Gun Review: Testing the New Inland T30 Carbine
If you want a shooter, or you’re a fan of collectible historic firearms but can’t afford one, the new Inland T30 Carbine might be the ticket.
Gun Review: The M1D Garand .30-06 Sniper Rifle
The .30-06 Springfield warhorse known as the M1D Garand rifle saw lots of action during a variety of 20th century conflicts.
Steyr MP34: The Top Dog of German WWII Submachine Guns
In the hands of the worst bad guys in modern history, the classic Steyr MP34 submachine gun earns its top spot in military weapons history.
Full-Auto Sentry: Looking Back at the German MG34 Machine Gun
The German MG34 machine gun rained 7.92x57mm fire on the battlefields of World War II.