An M4A1 just after firing, with an ejected case in mid-air; the M203 and M68 CCO are attached.
Heavy Counter Assault Rifle
A black or white photograph of a cowboy posing on a horse with a lasso and
Yugoslavian SKS M59/66 with the muzzle formed into a spigot-type grenade launcher, and folded down grenade sight
The Vickers was the successor to the Maxim gun and remained in British military service for 79 consecutive years.
A FN Five-seven pistol similar to that used by Hasan
A private and corporal of a Highland regiment, circa 1744. The Highland units of the Jacobite army would have worn something very similar to the private ...
French 4th Hussars at the Battle of Friedland, 1807
A U.S. Army sniper using a Barrett M82
The Colt Single Action Army, also known as the Colt 45 or “Peacemaker,” was perhaps the most famous pistol of the American West. The Colt Single Action Army ...
Anti-immigrant cartoon showing two men labeled “Irish Wiskey” and “Lager Bier,” carrying a ballot box. (Everett Collection Historical / Alamy Stock Photo)
The Colt M1911 .45-caliber pistol used by Fromme in her assassination attempt on Gerald Ford
Leonardo da Vinci's Profilo di capitano antico, also known as il Condottiero, 1480. Condottiero meant "leader of mercenaries" in Italy during the Late ...
A Nahal solder conducts firing drill with a CTAR-21.
NFM Treasure Gun - Girandoni Air Rifle as Used by Lewis and Clark
Mel Gibson in 'The Patriot'. (© Kobal Collection)
Group of men, children, and women being taken to a slave market
The Battle of Scheveningen in 1653
Patent drawing for R. J. Gatling's "battery gun", 9 May 1865
American World War I-era poster in Yiddish. Translated caption: "Food will win the war – You came here seeking freedom, now you must help to preserve it ...
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The U.S. ideal of the citizen soldier, in the militia, depicted by The Concord Minute Man of 1775, a monument created by Daniel Chester French and erected ...
Military uniforms of the American Revolution. During the 18th century ...
This cartoon from Harper's Weekly depicts how opiates were used in the 19th century to help babies cope with teething. (Harpers Weekly)
Boston Police watch over the Liberty Bell circa 1903.
In the left of this picture U.S. Grant can be seen firing a mountain howitzer
Contrary to the popular imagination, bearing arms on the frontier was a heavily regulated business
18th and 19th centuries
The Colt AR-15 semi-automatic rifle on display at Joe's Sporting Goods in
A late 19th-century illustration of Gay-Lussac and Biot ascending to 4,000 m (13,000 ft) in a hot-air balloon in 1804.
The Capture of the Hessians at Trenton, December 26, 1776, by John Trumbull, shows General Washington ordering medical help for the mortally wounded Hessian ...
A map of New Amsterdam in 1660
Hereditary and the Monstrousness of Creative Moms
The Winter Palace, from above
With AR-15s, Mass Shooters Attack With the Rifle Firepower Typically Used by Infantry Troops
Full-length portrait in oils of a clean-shaven young George in eighteenth century
Rifles at a gun store in TokyoKim Kyung Hoon / Reuters
The German Hyghalmen Roll was made in the late 15th century and illustrates the German practice of repeating themes from the arms in the crest.
The Transcontinental Railroad connected East and West—and accelerated the destruction of what had been in the center of North America
The Spanish Amaro Pargo was one of the most famous corsairs of the Golden Age of Piracy.
This traffic box public art was commissioned to be painted in tribute to the late great Godfather of Soul in 2015. Ms. Robbie Pitts Bellamy is the artist.
Combined arms in action: US M4 Sherman, equipped with a 75 mm main gun, with infantry walking alongside.
The Afro-Brazilian bounty hunter looking for escaped slaves in an 1823 portrait by Johann Moritz Rugendas.
The 15th-century invention of the printing press with movable type by the German Johannes Gutenberg is widely regarded as the most influential event of the ...
Several shooters aim their weapons at targets
Catwoman scales a Gotham City building
Master of foxhounds leads the field from Powderham Castle in Devon, England, with the hounds in front.
Japanese tanks of World War II
Irish American female pirate Anne Bonny (1698?-1782?)
Captain America bursting through a page of newspaper
375th Fighter Squadron North American P-51D-5-NA Mustang 44-13926
USS Texas, the only dreadnought still in existence, was launched in 1912 and is now a museum ship.
Thomas Paine's pamphlet Common Sense, published in 1776
Image. A musket from the 18th century ...
Portrait of Napoleon in his forties, in high-ranking white and dark blue military
Marriage à-la-mode, Shortly After the Marriage (scene two of six).
Examples of anti-personnel mines. Center: Valmara 69 (a bounding mine); right: VS-50
A black-and-white picture, depicting Frank Lucas in a black suit and
Just 16 years old, W. D. Jones committed two murders in his first two weeks as Clyde Barrow's protégé. The cut-down shotgun is one of Barrow's "whippit" ...
Aerial view of jet aircraft, carrying cylindrical fuel tanks and ordnance, overflying desert
Prince Charles in the battlefield
The original Japanese Mega Drive
Colt's Armory from an 1857 engraving viewed from the East
Anonymous portrait of Jean Lafitte, early 19th century, Rosenberg Library, Galveston, Texas
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Aristocratic heads on pikes — a cartoon from the French Revolution
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Publicly-traded gun companies are in most index funds
The Metal Health-era lineup of the band in 2002: (L to R) Kevin DuBrow, Rudy Sarzo, Frankie Banali and Carlos Cavazo.
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