On January 26, 1945, Gen. Patton uttered the famous phrase, “In my opinion, the M-1 Rifle is the greatest battle implement ever devised.”
Thompson Auto-Ordnance, maker of the famous “Tommy Gun” and other classic firearms throughout history, is excited to introduce the special edition WWII themed Tanker Thompson.
I wonder if we will see local social justice warriors calling for the state to tear down Bong’s memorial, close his museum, and rename the wildlife preserve and bridge named in his honor.
The Italian M38 Carcano and its unique intermediate 7.35x51mm cartridge could have been the most forward thinking infantry rifle of its time, but World War II had other plans.
The ATI German Sport GSG-MP40P Pistol from American Tactical & GSG fulfills a dream that many of us would otherwise never realize without a second mortgage.
A WW-II model M2 90 mm anti-aircraft gun is scheduled to be delivered to the Fort Miles Artillery Park in Cape Henlopen State Park on Thursday, March 30.
The origins of the Mauser HSc Pistol begin in the late 1930s. The Nazi party was in control, & the Mauser Model 1934 was losing sales compared to Walther PP.
Lucky Shot USA invites you to stop by booth #2957, which will be completely transformed into a WWI-WWII era troop transport truck.
Blaze Brothers Production’s World War II anthology film “The Front” is releasing at DMAX Cinema, The Texas Theatre and the Museum of the American G.I.
It’s a story right out of the Old West: Stolen horses. Risk-taking. Retrieve horses. Return horses…Except, this story happened in the waning days of World War II—and it wasn’t the Wild West…..
A rifle embedded deeply in a tree in a Russian forest is not a Mosin Nagant. It was likely carried by an Austrian or other conscript.
Student of the Gun is pleased to partner with Inland Manufacturing, an official sponsor of SOTG Television, for this exciting M1 Carbine Giveaway contest.