Eric R. Poole - November 09, 2018
When collecting war relics just isn't enough.
It's not too late to start collecting soldier souvenirs from the last century.
Garry James - November 09, 2018
Designed as a supplemental sidearm in World War I, this .45 ACP sixgun was made to commercial specs and is still a great shooter.
Gary James - November 09, 2018
This Spanish-made .32 became a mainstay of French forces in World War I.
G&A Editors - October 17, 2018
An accomplished shotgun shooter, former G&A editor Buz Fawcett was quite the shot with other firearms as well.
G&A Staff - September 20, 2018
P.O. Ackley was known for his experimentation and skill as a gunsmith, but he also had a passion for teaching other. In June 1965, he wrote about how G&A readers could become a gunsmith.
G&A Online Editors - September 07, 2018
This story on handloads from Colonel Townsend Whelen originally appeared in the August 1960 issue of Guns & Ammo.
G&A Online Editors - August 22, 2018
It may be the ugly duckling of military firearms, but the Lee-Enfield series of bolt action rifles served the British Empire from the closing years of the 19th century, almost to the 21st.
G&A Online Editors - August 15, 2018
According to exhaustive archaeological research at the Custer Battlefield site, the most common
G&A Online Editors - August 09, 2018
It is the most studied battle in American history. A source of controversy more than 100 years
G&A Online Editors - July 25, 2018
If there was ever a gun perfectly suited to its time, it's the Ruger Standard .22 semiauto pistol,
G&A Online Editors - July 18, 2018
Sometimes fame comes calling from the oddest directions. For the Walther PPK, fame arrived in the
G&A Online Editors - July 11, 2018
Sam Colt â€” genius, huckster, snake oil salesman, and one of the inventors of the modern world.
G&A Online Editors - July 05, 2018
Maybe it was the movie Dr. No or The Longest Day, but what first caught my eye about the Bren gun,
Garry James - July 02, 2018
Early 20th century concealability that still meets today's demands.
It's hard to believe, but in
G&A Online Editors - June 27, 2018
One of the things that has amazed me the most about the history of warfare, is how many of the most
G&A Online Editors - June 21, 2018
The flintlock followed in the steps of the snaphaunce with a flint bolted into the hammer, striking
G&A Online Editors - May 14, 2018
They buck, and they roar, and they twist your hands like fire breathing dragons. You can feel the
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