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Review: Kahles K624i 6-24x56 mm Riflescope

Kahles’ latest offering, the K624i 6-24x56 mm riflescope, takes the evolution of tactical long-range optics...

Classic Guns: Mauser Tank Gewehr

Designed to penetrate the armor of the earliest tanks on the battlefields of World War...

Classic Guns: The Bodeo Revolver

Known by those who carried it as Coscia d’agnello (“leg of lamb”), the Bodeo revolver...

Classic Guns: The Model 1886 Lebel

Did you know the first smokeless-powder, repeating military arm was fielded by France in the...

Turn-of-the-Century Trapdoor: The Model 1884 Springfield

Few know about the firearm used during America's rise to the global stage: the Trapdoor...

The Colt New Service Revolver: A 20th-Century Favorite

Developed during the twilight years of the 19th century, the Colt New Service revolver became...

WWI Battle Rifle: The Upgraded Mauser Gewehr 98 of 1918

The Mauser Gewehr 98 is a rifle that would become the progenitor of an entire...

Fightin' Iron: The Krag-Jørgensen Rifle

Though its military-service life spanned slightly more than a decade, the Krag-Jørgensen rifle served as...

Review: Kahles K624i 6-24x56 mm Riflescope

Kahles’ latest offering, the K624i 6-24x56 mm riflescope, takes the evolution of tactical long-range optics...

The Mauser Tank Gewehr: Tank-Killing Elephant Rifle

Think the .50 BMG is big? Mauser’s World War I Tank Gewehr begs to differ.

Classics: The Trapdoor Springfield Rifle

Few know about the firearm used during America's rise to the global stage: the Trapdoor...

Ohio Ordnance Works HCAR

Thanks to Ohio Ordnance Works, the venerable BAR is ready for a second century of...

.30-06 Turns 100

Though it's more than 100 years old, the .30-06 Sprg. remains one of the most...