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Throwback Thursday: Great Johnstown Flood

Was this tremendous tragedy a natural disaster or a manmade catastrophe?

8 Survival Secrets of America's "Mountain Men"

Some ninteenth-century wilderness lessons should never be forgotten.

Throwback Thursday: Sink the Bismarck!

The full might of the British Royal Navy (and some "unofficial" American help) vs. one...

5 MORE Movies That Get Gun Handling Right (For a Change)

For once, you won't have to use steel cables to suspend your disbelief!

Throwback Thursday (In His Own Words): James Smith's Indian Captivity

It was rare for settlers to write down their experiences in captivity, but Smith did.

Throwback Thursday: The Mystery of Cahokia

They were an entire native culture, one that flourished in North America’s heartland a thousand...

To Keep & Bear Freedom: 150 Years of the National Rifle Association

One hundred fifty years of firearms and freedom, in one book.

Throwback Thursday: Lewis and Clark’s Air Rifle

A lone air-powered gun served as a Potemkin village in motion for the explorers.

4 Gun History Facts to Blow Your Mind

Black widow spiders, windmills and laughing gas...it's all part of gun history.

Throwback Thursday: Battle of Fallen Timbers

A tornado hit the woods...and then things got really messy.

Throwback Thursday: Union Army's "Mother" Bickerdyke

Even General William Tecumseh Sherman obeyed her!

NRA Family Vacations: Adirondack Experience

It's sort of like a pioneer museum...only much more so!

VIDEO: Birth of the Baby Browning CCW Pistol

Was the first Baby Browning "illegitimate"?

Throwback Thursday: John Colter, the West’s First Mountain Man

Trapper, explorer, frontiersman—he's long been considered the American West’s first mountain man.

Why You Should Care About Chronic Wasting Disease

What it is, what to do...and can it be stopped?

Throwback Thursday: Frederic Remington, Capturing the American West

The story behind those iconic images of America's disappearing frontier.

Throwback Thursday: Jack Hinson's One-Man War

This Civil War-era neutral wound up waging a one-man war.

Throwback Thursday: Sherman's March to the Sea

Psychological warfare or retaliation, this Civil War maneuver left scars you can still see.
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