From handguns to sniper rifles, to water-cooled machine guns, feast your eyes on 20 of the baddest, most collectible military firearms you'll ever wish to see.
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“Ruby” is a generic name applied to a .32-caliber automatic pistol made in Spain during the WWI era. They are fairly common in the United States but tend to be ignored by most gun collectors. In my opinion that's a mistake.
The Swiss Vetterli was the first bolt-action magazine-fed rifle adopted for military use.
The survival gun before there were survival guns is useful and also collectible!
The Internet lets you shop for guns all over the country, here are some tips to make it easier.
In certain regions of the world, the men were ordered to own one of these big-bore guns.
Jungle fighting meant that full-size standard issue rifles needed to be smaller for difficult terrain. The British .303 Jungle Carbine fit the bill.
With many varieties available, and a great history, the FN-49 is popular with modern gun collectors.