The Leatherwood-Hi-Lux "Wm. Malcolm" 8x USMC SNIPER scope - a faithful copy of the scope used by U.S. Marine Corps snipers during WWII - walked away with the 2nd, 3rd and 11th place awards, plus placed in several other Top 25 spots at this year's Camp Perry Vintage Sniper matches.
Testing the Leatherwood ART scope at long range, does it live up to the fanfare?
Find Out How the "Mattel Toy" became America's Assault Rifle.
The Krag-Jorgensen .30-40 is a historically significant rifle in that it transitioned the modern military — and most notably the U.S. military in 1892 following the painful defeat of General Custer at Little Bighorn — from black powder to smokeless. Here are 5 interesting facts that make it a no-brainer for the military gun...
In this installment, Part II, we’ll discuss setting up and sighting in the Leatherwood Hi-Lux M1000 ART Scope - a unique optic developed during the Vietnam War.
The Civil War was a turning point in American history. Edward R. Crews describes the different weapons used by the Union and the Confederates and how the quality and availability of arms affected the outcome of the war.
If you were to try to determine which guns truly influenced the history of the world, you could draw a few conclusions. Paging through The Greatest Guns of Gun Digest edited by Dan Shideler, you see the Colt Single Action and the Winchester 94, both guns that won the West and aided exploration...
The Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" pistol is the first military semiautomatic pistol to prove itself both rugged enough and reliable enough for field use, argues Massad Ayoob in his newly-released Greatest Handguns of the World, Vol. II.
If you want a reproduction of the U.S. Army’s classic sniper rifle, one that will shoot sub-MOA right out of the box, get an M24 from GA Precision.