World War I Era

World War I Era

The Great War ushered in a new wave of innovations in firearms. From the advent of belt-fed machine-guns, self-loading pistols with magazines and long range bolt action rifles they set the stage for another worldwide conflict to follow. Trench warfare was gritty tough and conventional warfare during the period and the firearms used during battles reflected these circum-stances. Highly collectible and becoming more rare to own as more time passes, these firearms are a great addition to any collector’s arsenal.

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US Military Guns of WW1 – Do You Have Any in Your Collection?

The US remained neutral for more than two and a half years after WW1 started, but on April 6, 1917, the US declared war on Germany. President Woodrow Wilson wanted to get America into the war as he saw Germany as a growing threat. Wilson appeared before Congress to ask for a “war to end […]
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