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Classics: The MG42 Belt-fed Machinegun

One of the Third Reich’s most fearsome battlefield implements has descendants that can be found...

The M2 Carbine

Designed in the closing days of World War II, the M1 Garand’s little brother had...

The SVD Dragunov Rifle

If you think the concept of a designated-marksman rifle is new, guess again. Martin K.A....

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless

Considered quaint today, the Colt .32 ACP Pocket Hammerless designed by John Moses Browning played...

The Madsen M47 Rifle

Great rifle designs often get left behind, which is exactly what happened to the Madsen...

The Classics: Remington M1903 Rifles in World War II

While the M1 Garand gets the most accolades for its service in World War II,...

The Classics: France's MAS-36 Bolt-Action Rifle

France’s mid-20th-century battle rifle was designed, as many were at the time, around a specific...

The Classics: T48-The American FAL

While we all know the prevalence of the FN FAL around the world, few know...

The M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle

Three Nazis walk into a BAR …

The FN Model 1910

The 1911 and the Hi Power aren’t the only John Moses Browning designs that have...

Classic Guns: Valmet M76

Finland’s contribution to the AK-based line of rifles could just be the Cadillac of Kalashnikovs.

Classic Guns: Beretta BM59

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

Classic Guns: The M3 'Grease Gun'

The M3 “Grease Gun” saw plentiful action in World War II, a testament to American...

Classic Guns: Enfield Mk. I and Mk. II Revolvers

Enfield’s contribution to revolver evolution wound up arming a curious—and cold—police force.

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 PIAT at Arnhem

What do you use to destroy a tank at close range? Why, a horizontal mortar,...

Classic Guns: The Polish wz.29

Eighty years ago, Poland faced the Nazi onslaught with an eclectic mix of firearms. One...

Classic Guns: The 1891 Mosin-Nagant

The 1891 Mosin Nagant rifle is synonymous with “Mother Russia” and is intimately familiar to...

Classics: Sterling Submachine Gun

If war has a silver lining, it is firearm development, and one of World War...

Classic Guns: The Huntsman Sporting Knife

Think the “spy-with-crazy-gadgets” movement started with James Bond? Guess again. Here's a look at the...
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