Rifles like this M1 Garand were provided to NRA for testing purposes during WWII.
Our second look at war movie guns focuses on firearms from recent films.
Army reclaims 100,000 rifles that had been loaned to foreign countries and earmarks 8,000 pistols for sale through the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
In 1975, the film “Jaws” electrified audiences across the country.
In the 1980s, gun prohibitionists almost accomplished a national ban on then-new polymer-frame pistols, such as Glocks, with the bogus claim that “plastic guns” are invisible to metal detectors.
The politics of guns and hunting obscures many deeper truth about America, such as a longstanding connection between private American arms makers and freedom that has greatly benefited our armed forces.
Follow the journey and development of firearms to the recent models of the 21st century, and you'll see that the politicians who tell us citizens should not own these guns don't know their history.