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The 5 Greatest Gunfights of the Old West
These are the most legendary shootouts in the history of the American frontier
The Air Force’s Suppressed M9 Pistol from the ‘80s
This kit, made by Knight’s Armament, was packed into pilots' survival gear.
D-Day Guns and History
On the 76th anniversary of D-Day, we take a look at the small arms used on both sides during the invasion, guns in D-Day movies and video games, plus 2 stateside D-Day museums, and U.S. vs. German artillery and tanks.
The Guns of Eugene Stoner
His firearm designs have influenced modern rifles and machine guns more than anyone else’s.
The Stinger Machine Gun – A Frankenstein of Necessity
This improvised squad support weapon was built from an M1919, a BAR, and an M1 Garand.
Heckler & Koch VP70: The First Polymer-Framed Handgun
This striker-fired, blowback handgun, introduced in 1973, was way ahead of its time.
My Current Weird Obsession with the Winchester M1895
Why I can’t stop pondering the last original lever gun design of Browning and Winchester
The Guns of John M. Browning
He was to firearms what Mozart was to music.
Q&A: Ian McCollum Keeps the History of ‘Forgotten Weapons’ Alive
We talk to this YouTuber, whose channel has 1.54M subscribers, about small arms history, being a social media influencer, and what it’s like to spend his days around cool-ass firearms.
The Last Battle Rifle: Why To Buy An M1A
This rifle holds a lot of history and is a solid choice for many applications after six decades.