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H & K Style Rifles:
HKPro.com - Features this unofficial resource for the serious student of Heckler and Koch. Provides a forum and also sells HKPro gear.M1, M14, M16, AR Style Rifles:
AR15 Websites.com - Reviews of new and old AR-15s, variants and accessories. Includes photographs and links.
AR15Armory.com - An AR-15 dedicated site that includes manuals, guides, firearms news and discussion about the AR-15.
AR-15.com - Presents information and links to history, manuals, ammo, manufacturers, discussion groups, mailing lists, and distributors of AR-15s.
68forums.com - A forum with information about ammunition, manufacturers and distributors of 6.8 products.
M1 - Garand Collectors Association - Garand Collectors Association (GCA). The GCA is devoted to the study of the M1 Garand rifle. It is the intent of the GCA that this site will foster interest and study on the subject of this superb firearm.
M1- Department of the Army Field Manual - FM 23-5, Caliber .30 - FM 23-5 for the U.S. Rifle, CALIBER .30, M1.
The M1 Garand Information Place - The M1 Garand Information Place contains bulletins, serial number information, how-to guides and generic M1 Garand information.
The M1 Garand Rifle - An M1 garand site devoted to the mechanical functioning, nomenclature, and history of the M1 Garand Rifle. There are sections devoted to field stripping, detail stripping and assembly.
M1-Garand World War II Tribute - Tribute to the M1-Garand, the men of World War II who carried it, and what they did.
Modern Firearms - AR-15 - A collection of information about the AR-15, its history and the changes of the rifle.
Scott A. Duff Historic Martial Arms: FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions about the M1 Garand, and the US Rifle Model of 1917.
SWD Lightning Link - Information about the SWD Lightning Link for the AR-15.
Tribute to the M1-Garand and the men who used it in WWII - Tribute to the M1-Garand and the men who carried it in World War II.
US Armory - Suppliers of US military parts, including M1A, M14, AR15, M16, M1 Carbine, M1 Garand, AK47, FAL-Parts, accessories, bayonets, magazines, and clips.
300 Whisper Page - Features history, reloading, and shooting of this cartridge as well as a discussion of the various weapons that use it.Mauser Style Rifles:
Dayton Traister Inc. - Dayton Traister Inc. manufacturers the Mark II adjustable trigger, speed lock kit and Mark II Safety for Mauser M93-98 and M1903/1903A3 Springfields.
Mitchell's Mausers - New, but 55 years old, and still in 'Military New' unissued condition. An accident of history has preserved these superior design 98k rifles, designated M48, complete with all of their original accessories.
Peter Paul Mauser - In 1897 Mauser produced the Mauser Gewehr magazine-rifle. It was Germany's answer to the French Lebel M1888. It has been claimed that it was the most successful bolt-action rifle ever designed.Rimfire Rifles:
Old Deer Hunters - The 22 rimfire is the most popular rifle in America. We have already tested a couple of great rimfires and you can find the results here.
Rimfire Central - A forum dedicated entirely to the world of the small caliber rimfire firearm, good information source.