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Phillip Peterson reports on the history and performance of three unique semi-auto sub guns.
Pressed into sniper service during WWII, this old workhorse is a history story told in wood and steel.
The Gibbs Rifle Company is giving shooters and collectors a reproduction of two WWII marksmanship rifles in an affordable package. And they can shoot, too!
The first breech-loading rifle to fire a self-contained cartridge is a great collector piece.
The Mauser and the Arisaka both offer great opportunities for handloaders. Here are a few loads you can start with to bring these guns to life.
Having held out for years, Dan Shideler gives the SKS a chance.
Did you know that even today most Gun Digest readers can buy military surplus M-1 Garand rifles, M-1903 Springfield rifles, M-1917 rifles, surplus military 22 LR target rifles, ammunition, and gun parts taken directly from surplus U.S. government stocks at excellent prices?