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Now They’re After Your First Amendment

Robert Stevens thought he was living in a free country. Then he found himself in court, embroiled in a case now headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Colt .45

The most recognized item in any Texas Ranger's wardrobe, outside his circular Silver Star badge, has to be his sidearm.

Lincoln’s Rifles

President Abraham Lincoln loved all things mechanical, especially firearms. During the War Between the States, the president squabbled constantly with the U.S. Ordnance Dept., and he even tried new designs, such as the Spencer and Henry, on the White House lawn. My, how times have changed.

The Business Of The Second Amendment

Emotional links resonate with consumers, and the firearms industry is blessed with one of the best.

Branding In The Gun Business

How a brand name determines your perception of a gun.

Kahr Thompson 1927A-1 Carbine

This semi-automatic, .45 ACP-cal. “Tommygun” has great historical interest as Auto-Ordnance manufactured a broadly similar model.

Alfred Mordecai

The Wizard of Weaponry.

The 1903 Colt: A Look Back

One of the first semi-automatic pocket pistols came from the fertile mind of John Browning.

Book Review: 50 Years of Gunleather

Here’s the life story of legendary holster maker John Bianchi.

Laughridge’s Hammerless

In the early decades of the 20th Century, a number of makers offered a new class of gun called the pocket pistol. These were among the very first semi-automatic pistols ever made and they attracted a great deal of attention. There were many makes offered—Browning, Beretta, Mauser, Walther, Astra Star, et.al., in Europe, but the American makes were fewer.

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