This military ClipArt gallery offers 79 images of firearms, as well as tools to use these firearms and mechanics to understand how they work.

A large pistol than is pressed up against the sholder to fire.

Carbine Pistol

A large pistol than is pressed up against the sholder to fire.

A revolutionary flint-lock pistol with a short, thick barrel. Requires reloaded after each shot.

Revoltionary Flint-Lock Pistol

A revolutionary flint-lock pistol with a short, thick barrel. Requires reloaded after each shot.

A flask or horn in which gun-powder is carried by sportsmen.

Powder-horn

A flask or horn in which gun-powder is carried by sportsmen.

A firearm resembling a pistol, but differing from it in having a breech-loading cylinder so arranged that the cocking of the hammer revolves it and brings the next cartridge in line for firing.

Revolver

A firearm resembling a pistol, but differing from it in having a breech-loading cylinder so arranged…

A 45 caliber army revolver.

Revolver

A 45 caliber army revolver.

A common revolver.

Revolver

A common revolver.

The Colt Police Positive was a revolver manufactured in 1907. "Police-Positive Revolver. Adopted by the Police Departments of the principal cities of the United States and Canada." -Hill, 1921

Colt Police Positive Revolver

The Colt Police Positive was a revolver manufactured in 1907. "Police-Positive Revolver. Adopted by…

A rifle resting on the bayonet.

Rifle

A rifle resting on the bayonet.

A sight is an optical device used to assist aim by guiding the eye and aligning it with a weapon or other item to be pointed.

Rifle Sight

A sight is an optical device used to assist aim by guiding the eye and aligning it with a weapon or…

The M1 Garand (officially the United States Rifle, Caliber .30, M1) was the first semi-automatic rifle to be generally issued to the infantry of any nation. In 1936, it officially replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard service rifle of the United States Armed Forces and was subsequently replaced by the selective-fire M14 in 1957. However, the M1 continued to be used in large numbers until 1963 and to a lesser degree until 1966.

Browning Automatic Rifle

The M1 Garand (officially the United States Rifle, Caliber .30, M1) was the first semi-automatic rifle…

A mechanical diagram of 1915 Chauchat Machine—rifle, also known as Rifle C.S.R.G., illustrating the mechanism. The rifle weighs 19 lb. and 45 in. long; and was commissioned by Col. Chauchat from France.

Chauchat Machine Rifle

A mechanical diagram of 1915 Chauchat Machine—rifle, also known as Rifle C.S.R.G., illustrating…

Diagram of a rifle.

Diagram of a rifle

Diagram of a rifle.

The M1 Garand (officially the United States Rifle, Caliber .30, M1) was the first semi-automatic rifle to be generally issued to the infantry of any nation. In 1936, it officially replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard service rifle of the United States Armed Forces and was subsequently replaced by the selective-fire M14 in 1957. However, the M1 continued to be used in large numbers until 1963 and to a lesser degree until 1966.

M1 Garand Rifle

The M1 Garand (officially the United States Rifle, Caliber .30, M1) was the first semi-automatic rifle…

The first rifle from Remington Arms, an American manufacturer of guns and ammunition.

Remington Rifle

The first rifle from Remington Arms, an American manufacturer of guns and ammunition.

"U.S. Rifle, CAL .30 M1903 (Springfield)." -War, 1944 The Springfield M1903, formally the United States Rifle, Caliber .30, Model 1903, is an American magazine-fed, bolt-action rifle used primarily during the first half of the 20th century. It was officially adopted as a United States military service rifle on June 19 1903, and saw service in World War I. It was officially replaced as the standard infantry rifle by the faster-firing, semi-automatic M1 Garand, starting in 1936.

Springfield M1903 Rifle

"U.S. Rifle, CAL .30 M1903 (Springfield)." -War, 1944 The Springfield M1903, formally the United States…

An old style rifle.

Winchester Rifle

An old style rifle.

"Take an empty pistol ammunition box or a similar well-made box, remove the top and cut notches in the ends to fit the rifle closely. Place the rifle in these notches with the trigger guard close to and outside one end." — Moss, 1914

Sighting rest for rifle

"Take an empty pistol ammunition box or a similar well-made box, remove the top and cut notches in the…

"The parts are the butt, A; small, B; magazine well, C; barrel bed, D; air chamber, E, which reduces the charring effect og a heater barrel on the stock; small butt plate screw hole and seat for the butt plate tang, F; butt swivel plate seat, G; mortise for receiver tang lug and hole for rear guard screw, H; mortise for sear and slot for trigger, I; cut-off thumb-piece recess, J; mortise for recoil on the receiver, K; bed for fixed base, L; grasping grooves, N; shoulder for lower band, O; bed for band spring, P; shoulder for upper band, Q; channels for decreasing weight, R; upper band screw hole, S; and the stock screw hole, T. The large hole in butt is for decreasing weight, and the smaller one is a pocket for the combination oiler and thong case." — Moss, 1914

Stock, right side view

"The parts are the butt, A; small, B; magazine well, C; barrel bed, D; air chamber, E, which reduces…

"The parts are the butt, A; small, B; magazine well, C; barrel bed, D; air chamber, E, which reduces the charring effect og a heater barrel on the stock; small butt plate screw hole and seat for the butt plate tang, F; butt swivel plate seat, G; mortise for receiver tang lug and hole for rear guard screw, H; mortise for sear and slot for trigger, I; cut-off thumb-piece recess, J; mortise for recoil on the receiver, K; bed for fixed base, L; grasping grooves, N; shoulder for lower band, O; bed for band spring, P; shoulder for upper band, Q; channels for decreasing weight, R; upper band screw hole, S; and the stock screw hole, T. The large hole in butt is for decreasing weight, and the smaller one is a pocket for the combination oiler and thong case." — Moss, 1914

Stock, top view

"The parts are the butt, A; small, B; magazine well, C; barrel bed, D; air chamber, E, which reduces…