Thompson/Center Fire Storm Muzzleloader
Thompson/Center combined traditional functionality with modern components and performance in the Fire Storm muzzleloader.
Ballard No. 1 1/2 Hunter's Rifle
The Ballard breechloading rifle was the brainchild of Charles Henry Ballard that was eventually built by John Mahlon Marlin.
U.S. Springfield .45-70 Gov’t Trapdoor Carbine
While authenticated Trapdoor carbines are rare, values of any carbine in decent condition have risen dramatically in recent years.
Thompson/Center Arms Impact Muzzleloader
Thompson/Center Arms’ Impact muzzleloader fills the lightweight, accurate niche for the price-conscious shooter.
Old School Cool: Uberti’s Model 1885 High Wall
Uberti’s Model 1885 High Wall retains the classic lines and solid performance of John Moses Browning's original design.
CVA Optima 209 Magnum
The CVA Optima 209 Magnum is an accurate, user-friendly value for shooters regarding maintenance and cleaning.
African Big-Game Hunting Rifles
The big-bore rifles used on African big game hold a mystic power over American hunters.
African Plains-Game Rifles
African plains-game rifles are rich in romance and tradition.
The Arms of April 19, 1775
At the battle of Lexington and Concord, American Patriots stood up to the might of the British Empire using the men and guns that were there.
Marksmanship in 1775: Myth or Reality?
Marksmanship was key to America’s victory over the British in the Revolutionary War, but were citizen soldiers really that good?
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