Weaponry of the Lewis & Clark Expedition: A Look at History

The Lewis & Clark expedition had a large impact on the course of the country. Let’s take a look at some of the weaponry from the journey.

The Awesome but Unsuccessful Puckle Gun

The Puckle Gun is sometimes inaccurately hailed as the world’s first machine gun. But it operated quite differently from modern machine guns. Here's a look at this fascinating piece of history.

A Brief History of the Beretta 92 Pistol

Rarely is a nearly five-decade-old design not only relevant, but among the best-selling products in the world. It’s probably not a stretch to say that the Beretta 92 may be the company’s flagship product across all platforms.

A Short History of Rifled Firearms

Despite its late 15th-century origins, rifling did not become widespread until the 1850s. Here's a look at the history and continued evolution of rifled barrels.

History and Small Arms of Dien Bien Phu

69 years ago the Battle of Dien Bien Phu came to an end after nearly two months of fighting. Here's a look at the small arms used in the battle.

Iconic – The Most Famous Firearms

Today we are looking at guns that break out of the American firearms culture and into the mainstream consciousness. These guns have reached iconic status, often through an odd variety of circumstances that blend pop culture with real-world performance.

The Legend of Jelly Bryce

Jelly Bryce’s career as a lawman ended with his retirement in 1958. Yet his exploits are still talked about today, 49 years after his death at age 68. Bryce was probably the 20th century's deadliest gunfighter.

Iconic Sniper Rifles of the American Armed Forces

American snipers have played a vital role in every American conflict since the American Revolution. However, there are a few rifles that stand out from the rest due to their reliability, collectibility, and documented battlefield successes.

The Super Influential FN Model 1900 Pistol

Even if they don’t know it, modern semi-automatic pistol manufacturers and enthusiasts are heavily indebted to John Browning, who designed the FN Model 1900, and Hart O. Berg, who saw its potential. The Model 1900 was the first real semi-automatic concealed carry pistol. We still use many of its innovations today.

The Krag-Jorgensen: America’s First Bolt Action Service Rifle

The Krag-Jorgensen rifle served the US military for only a decade. Yet it remains one of the best used combat rifles in American history.

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