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.
What kind of lessons did the French-produced Benét-Mercié teach the U.S. military? Check out the story of this early military arm here.
OK, civilian shooters can't own it, but here's a sneak peak at the NEGEV NG7—the next generation of the NEGEV family of LMGs.
Among the myriad federal firearms laws currently enforced in the U.S., fewer are more commonly misunderstood by the general public or mischaracterized by the mainstream media than those concerning the private ownership of fully automatic guns.