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U.S. Springfield .45-70 Gov’t Trapdoor Carbine

Trapdoor carbines were used from shortly after the Civil War through the 1920s.

Waiting for a Holster

There is still a great demand for custom holsters and accessories, made one at a...

Hemingway's Beretta

It’s believed Hemingway owned a Beretta shotgun, though documentation is limited.

Spanish Broomhandles

Spanish manufacturers developed a “broomhandle” pistol to undermine Mauser influence in China.

U.S. Krag-Jorgensen: The Foreign Rifle

Although it was slick, fast and accurate, the Krag was obsolete before it even went...

Meeting A Legend: John Bianchi

His stride is confident, his handshake firm. He wears a Western sports jacket and a...

Book Review: 50 Years of Gunleather

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

John Bianchi: An American Legend

John Bianchi was a soldier, a police officer, a competitive shooter and, of course, the...

Single-Action Shootout at Gunsite

Single-action revolvers once ruled the self-defense world. They still make sense.

The Super .38

The .38 Super has M1911 design and ergonomics, high-velocity and low recoil.

Savage Model 99

The Savage Model 99 featured a unique rotary magazine for the then-new spitzer bullets

The New Model 70 Winchester

The Winchester Model 70 rifle, reviewed November 1936.

Pocket Holsters

Keep a small handgun ready without printing.

Chick Gaylord

Author of Handgunner's Guide.
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