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.

The Machine Gun Man: Lt. Col. George Chinn

If there were a Marine Corps small arms equivalent to “According to Hoyle,” it would be “According to Chinn," thanks to the impressive body of work compiled by Lt. Col George Morgan Chinn on the Corp's machine guns.

Classics: M60 General-Purpose Machine Gun

Most belt-fed machine guns are iconic, but none have been as dramatically featured as the “portable” M60 machine gun.

Work Hard, Play Hard

Ultra-modern indoor ranges may be quickly spreading across the nation, but there’s another breed of firearm experience rapidly gaining favor with shooters—even if they don’t own a gun. Want a silver-screen experience, prefer the smell of sweat in the morning or looking for a change in scenery? Now you can find it on the range.

Old Dominion Leads Country in Machine Gun Ownership

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.

IWI to Introduce 7.62 NATO Light Machine Gun With Semi-Auto Mode

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.

Max L. Noe's .30-caliber machine gun

Applesauce 28th Infantry Division style

On the Front Line of Freedom Gallery

Here are some of America's finest guns being used by some of its finest people.

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