Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless
Considered quaint today, the Colt .32 ACP Pocket Hammerless designed by John Moses Browning played an important part in World War II.
The Madsen M47 Rifle
Great rifle designs often get left behind, which is exactly what happened to the Madsen M47 rifle.
The Classics: Remington M1903 Rifles in World War II
While the M1 Garand gets the most accolades for its service in World War II, M1903 bolt-action rifles made by Remington also served our forces well.
The FN Model 1910
The 1911 and the Hi Power aren’t the only John Moses Browning designs that have lasted a long time.
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 genesis of its own.
Classic Guns: The M3 'Grease Gun'
The M3 “Grease Gun” saw plentiful action in World War II, a testament to American ingenuity and manufacturing ability.
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.