Colt’s Patent Firearms Mfg. is considered by many-and with good reason-to be the first name in American firearms. And change appears to be coming to Colt.
Often called the perfect repeater, Winchester’s Model 12 pump-action shotgun distinguished itself on game fields, trap and skeet ranges, and in both World Wars.
Well-suited for duty and concealed carry.
A 1911 that boasts reliability and accuracy never before possible.
Landmark design and still a great pistol, three decades later.
With a name meaning protection, the Pro Aegis II is a special-purpose pistol.
This rifle shoots every bit as good as it looks, and for a Model 700 fan like me, it’s a combination that’s hard to resist.
A compact, but familar .380.
Just like its projectiles, Nosler rifles give hunters an edge.
The Superposed Shotgun was the first commercially successful over-under shotgun, and John Moses Browning's last gun.