Classics: The MG42 Belt-fed Machinegun
One of the Third Reich’s most fearsome battlefield implements has descendants that can be found in today’s military arms.
The M2 Carbine
Designed in the closing days of World War II, the M1 Garand’s little brother had a full-automatic option.
The SVD Dragunov Rifle
If you think the concept of a designated-marksman rifle is new, guess again. Martin K.A. Morgan takes a look at the SVD Dragunov.
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 cartridge for a specific purpose.
The Classics: T48-The American FAL
While we all know the prevalence of the FN FAL around the world, few know a variant was considered by the U.S. military.