The very first machine guns appeared in the late 19th century ... but which one cast the longest shadow? American Rifleman TV investigates.
In 1937 Mozambique, elephants were so overpopulated that people were dying. There, Wally Johnson made his legend.
As the face of war changed, so did the guns we used to fight it: a look at the necessity that mothered inventions.
From its humble beginnings in the late 18th century to its enduring legacy in popular culture, the Kentucky Long Rifle stands as a testament to American ingenuity and craftsmanship.
American bravery in the first World War was writ large and small, and punctuated with buckshot and bullets.