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 20th century conflicts.
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.
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6 Rifles Used by the Afrikaners During the Second Boer War
Afrikaners used an assortment of long arms to fight the British during the Second Boer War. Here we look at six of them.
International Harvester’s Post-WWII M1 Garand Rifles
How International Harvester became a chief supplier of M1 Garand rifles after WWII.
FN Military Collector Series: Three Frontline Legends
FN delivers semi-auto versions of the M4, M16 and M249 SAW.
Gatling Gun: Charting Its Storied History and Influence
Though the Gatling gun was laid to rest in the early years of the 20th century, it led to the creation of probably the most effective small weapons systems of...
Eastern Bloc Firestorm: The Czech UK vz. 59 Machine Gun
The belt-fed UK vz. 59 revolutionized Czech firepower in the 20th century.
Remington Model 10 Shotgun: The Other Trench Fighter
The lesser-known Remington Model 10 fought alongside the Winchester M1897 in World War I.
MP40: Germany’s Influential 9mm Submachine Gun
Whether it has a folding stock or parts made from stamped steel, aluminum or plastic, nearly every military firearm fielded since 1940 owes something to the MP40.