Browning Automatic Rifle

Fightin' Iron: Squad Auto

The infantry Soldier’s lot is seldom a happy one. But, it is often full of quiet satisfaction at a hard job well done. Those who command the foot Soldier understand there must be a sensible organization and reliable tools with which to work.

Wiley Clapp Honored at Gunsite Academy

A classroom at the prestigious training facility will carry on his legacy.

Fightin' Iron: Lever Gun

At the mid-point of the 19th century, the world of firearms was changing fast. The main service rifle was still a cumbersome single-shot of .69 caliber. It worked on cap, ball and powder, delivered a massive blow and produced clouds of smoke. True, it got the job done.

Fightin' Iron: Mateba

Americans have long been enthralled with small arms, as our nation is unique in their protected availability. But, once a standard for a particular style of handgun is established, we become a bit suspicious of anything that deviates from the norm.

Gunsite Honors Wiley Clapp

A classroom at Gunsite will be be named after the long-time Shooting Illustrated contributor and columnist.

Boys Antitank Rifle

In the dark hours before dawn on the 17th of August, 1942, two U.S. Navy submarines cautiously surfaced off a darkened island in the Pacific Ocean. U.S. involvement in World War II was barely six months old, and things had not gone well for America.

Fightin' Iron: The Replica Phenomenon

Sometimes, a copy can be as good as an original.

Fightin' Iron: First Lightweight Handguns

These days, lightweight handguns are quite popular, but that wasn’t always the case.

Fightin' Iron: Every Marine a Rifleman

No one appreciates a great rifle more.

Fightin' Iron: The Beretta Cx4 Storm

Several years ago, the legendary Italian armsmaker Beretta introduced a new gun. Off and on for nearly 500 years, the company has done so many times. Beretta is easily the oldest continuously operated firearm maker in history.

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