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How the U.S. and NRA Assisted the Allied Effort in WWII

Assisting the Allied war effort, in addition to American troops, were privately owned American firearms that were sent to Britain to help fight the Axis.

Classic Guns: Beretta BM59

While it may look like an M14, Italy’s first 7.62 NATO-chambered Beretta BM59 had a genesis of its own.

Classics: The Argentinian Ballester-Molina

The 1911-ish Ballester-Molina pistol was Argentina’s answer to John Moses Browning’s classic, famous creation.

Classic Guns: The FN-49

The FAL might be the “right arm of the free world,” but there was an FN design before it. Here's a look at the FN-49.

Classic Guns: The 1891 Argentine Mauser

Paul Mauser’s groundbreaking rifle would have implications around the globe, and the 1891 Argentine Mauser is a great example of the design.

17 Affordable Concealed-Carry Guns Under $300

Want a gun to defend yourself but are on a tight budget? Here are 17 concealed-carry guns you can find for sale under $300.

The Uzi Submachine Gun: Compact Cold-War-Era Firepower

In the later years of the Cold War, as more compact designs started emerging on the market, the Uzi submachine gun still held its own as a source of compact firepower.

Classic Guns: Beretta BM59 Battle Rifle

While it may look like an M14, Italy’s first 7.62 NATO-chambered Beretta BM59 battle rifle had a genesis of its own.

Classics: The Ballester-Molina Pistol

The 1911-ish Ballester-Molina pistol was Argentina’s answer to John Moses Browning’s classic, famous creation.

Inside Look: Bersa Firearm Factory

Shooting Illustrated received an inside look into the firearm factory of Bersa, located just outside of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Check out our experience here.

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