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Get Off My Lawn: Great WWII Guns for Home Defense

While purpose-built, modern firearms are all the rage for personal protection, don’t discount that old World War II gun for home defense.

John Browning's Firearm Designs: Still In Service Today

If you own a firearm, chances are you have John Moses Browning to thank for some part of that gun. Maybe even the whole thing.

The M1917 Enfield: America's WWI Workhorse

Where the rubber meets the road, function matters a lot more than form. The M1917 Enfield rifle excelled at function when it counted in America's entry into WW!.

Classic Guns: Winchester Model 1897 'Trench Gun'

Imagine a firearm so powerful that it was protested as a violation of war conventions. In reality, it was a pump-action Winchester shotgun: the Model 1897 "Trench Gun."

U.S. Rifles of WWI: The M1903 and M1917

America’s bolt-action infantry rifles came from two main camps, but both the M1903 Springfield and the M1917 Enfield were sturdy, stout options to fight the Kaiser’s forces.

Fightin' Iron: M1917 Enfield Rifle

Where the rubber meets the road, function matters a lot more than form. The M1917 Enfield Rifle excelled at function.

Ithaca Model 37 Trench and Riot Gun

Though not nearly as famous as the Winchester Model 1897, Ithaca's Model 37 served with distinction in multiple conflicts.

Smith & Wesson Model 22 in .45 ACP

It's pretty well agreed the .45 ACP is clearly the best cartridge for self-defense.

Rifle Sling Roundup

Attaching a sling to your rifle will make it easier to carry and bring on target quickly.

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