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Classic Guns: The Huntsman Sporting Knife

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...
Classic Guns: Mauser Tank Gewehr

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

Classic Guns: The Bodeo Revolver

Known by those who carried it as Coscia d’agnello (“leg of lamb”), the Bodeo revolver...
Classic Guns: The FN-49

Classic Guns: The FN-49

The FAL might be the “right arm of the free world,” but there was an...
Classic Guns: Gewehr G41(M)

Classic Guns: Gewehr G41(M)

Before the development of the well-known Gewehr G43, there was the Gewehr G41(M) "gas-trap" design...
Classic Guns: The 1891 Argentine Mauser

Classic Guns: The 1891 Argentine Mauser

Paul Mauser’s groundbreaking rifle would have implications around the globe, and the 1891 Argentine Mauser...
Classic Guns: The M1903 Springfield Rifle

Classic Guns: The M1903 Springfield Rifle

Designed in 1900, revised in 1901 and 1902, and formally drafted into service in 1903,...
A Need for Speed: Rise and Fall of the Bottlenecked Pistol Cartridge

A Need for Speed: Rise and Fall of the Bottlenecked Pistol Cartridge

The trend of bottlenecked pistol cartridges has ebbed and flowed over the last century. Where...
Classic Guns: The Model 1886 Lebel

Classic Guns: The Model 1886 Lebel

Did you know the first smokeless-powder, repeating military arm was fielded by France in the...
The M1917 Enfield: America's WWI Workhorse

The M1917 Enfield: America's WWI Workhorse

Where the rubber meets the road, function matters a lot more than form. The M1917...
Fightin' Iron: Style & Function in Early Semi-Auto Pistols

Fightin' Iron: Style & Function in Early Semi-Auto Pistols

When it comes to combat, guns need only go bang and hit their mark; aesthetics...
6.5 Creedmoor: Why Is It So Popular?

6.5 Creedmoor: Why Is It So Popular?

While some consider the 6.5 Creedmoor a new cartridge, ballistically speaking, it’s actually on par...
Classic Guns: The M712 Schnellfeuer 'Broomhandle' Mauser

Classic Guns: The M712 Schnellfeuer 'Broomhandle' Mauser

No, it’s not a product of Hollywood’s overactive imagination; there really was a full-auto broomhandle...
5.56 NATO vs. .223 Rem.: What's the Difference?

5.56 NATO vs. .223 Rem.: What's the Difference?

Many popular AR-15 rifles on the market are chambered in 5.56 NATO or .223 Rem....
The Benefits of a .300 BLK Bolt-Action Rifle

The Benefits of a .300 BLK Bolt-Action Rifle

Who says the .300 BLK is only for AR-15-pattern rifles? See how you can really...
Classic Guns: The SVT-40 Battle Rifle

Classic Guns: The SVT-40 Battle Rifle

Russia’s answer to the M1 Garand, the SVT-40, clearly influenced Soviet battle-rifle development well into...
Testing the Accuracy of a Mosin-Nagant Sniper Rifle

Testing the Accuracy of a Mosin-Nagant Sniper Rifle

The Mosin-Nagant sniper rifle was renowned for its use in WWII. Can this Russian relic...
WWI Battle Rifle: The Upgraded Mauser Gewehr 98 of 1918

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...
The Mauser Tank Gewehr: Tank-Killing Elephant Rifle

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: Gewehr G41(M) "Gas Trap" Rifle

Classics: Gewehr G41(M) "Gas Trap" Rifle

Before the development of the well-known Gewehr G43, there was the Gewehr G41(M) from Mauser.
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