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Winchester Model Of 1895 .405 Win.

The Winchester Model of 1895 became the most powerful lever-action rifle ever produced when in...

World War II “Liberator” Pistol

Perhaps no other handgun in U.S. history has been burdened with as many misconceptions about...

Ithaca Model 5E Single-Barrel Trap

Most of the older, major-trademark American shotgun manufacturers, including Parker Brothers, A.H. Fox, Ithaca and...

Savage Model 1903 Slide-Action Rifle

Although John M. Browning was the first to realize the potential of the .22 Long...

The First Smith & Wesson Revolvers

The Smith & Wesson Model One was the first commercially successful American revolver to fire...

Remington .41 Double Derringer

The Remington Over-Under Double Derringer is doubtless one of the most widely recognized handgun designs....

Smith & Wesson .357 Registered Magnum

Today, gun registration is anathema to those who understand the genius of the Second Amendment...

L.C. Smith OO Grade Side-By-Side

This shotgun’s configuration-standard OO Field Grade, double triggers, 12 ga. with 30" barrels and extractors-was...

Winchester Model 1894 Deluxe Saddle-Ring Carbine

When U.S. Repeating Arms stopped making Winchester’s longest-running production model after 112 years of manufacture,...

Colt SAA Artillery Model

The Colt Single Action Army, or “SAA” revolver, is doubtless the classic sixgun most associated...

Parker Brothers Model GH Shotgun

During its 66-year reign as America’s finest side-by-side shotgun maker, circa 1866-1932, Parker Brothers’ reputation...

Springfield Model Of 1903

As recently as 20 years ago, very few people cared about (or paid a lot...

Colt Python Revolver

As they have been unavailable from the factory for years, the Colt Python revolver's cost...

Beretta Model 626E Side-by-Side

For many, there is just something special about owning a Beretta side-by-side shotgun, even if...

Mike’s New Book

My buddy Mike Bussard has been rattling around this industry far longer than I have...

What’s it Worth?

What's it worth? Usually, the answer has to be “I have no idea” but the...

The Fitz Special

Some of the ideas that J. Henry FitzGerald applied to revolvers might be imprudent today,...

Book Review: 50 Years of Gunleather

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

Book Review: Sharpshooting in the Civil War

Few realize the impact of the Civil War sharpshooter.

Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector: A Look Back

A look back at the Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector, better known as the M&P...
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