The Master Gunner of the 82nd Airborne shares some tips on care and feeding of M4 magazines, especially when it comes to wonky feed lips.
Kitfox Design Group is back at it with a second iteration of its popular coloring book series, ushering in the Service Weapon Edition.
Some 50 years ago this week, a helicopter that wasn’t officially there fended off an attack on a post that didn’t officially exist, with the help of a single Kalash.
John Wayne’s revolvers and Adolf Hitler’s “million dollar desk” will headline an historic military and firearms auction later this month near Cleveland.
At the most recent Big Sandy Shoot, big gun expert Robert Bigando gave us a tour of the nearly two dozen big guns on display at the event.
The ATF is offering a $10,000 reward for help figuring out who buried a cache of demo charges and anti-personnel mines.
Ex-United States Army cavalry scout and tanker, firearm and military vehicle enthusiast Marc William Hampton loves America and the great realm of freedoms that his country affords.
Put into production at a time when the militaries of the world were moving quickly to battle rifles, the bolt-action Danish M47 came late to the party.
One thing about the military is that Jolly Old St. Nick always seems to know what’s up and manages to make it to the strangest places.
A deal approved by the White House to export a shipment of American-made .50-caliber sniper rifles to Ukraine has drawn rebuke from Moscow.