I recently inherited two old double barrels from a neighbor. Both shotguns appeared in rough shape and looked as though in a past life they propped open barn doors. After examining them, I came to a conclusion-one was a parts gun, but the other might be salvageable. Here are the steps I took to restore the old shotgun.
American Rifleman's Christopher Olsen gets hands-on with the DP-12 double barrel pump shotgun for the latest NRA Gun of the Week.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff examine the a revolver designed for self defense that fires two rounds of .22 WMR. per two-finger trigger press.
Last year, Bond Arms stretched the company's big-bore, stainless steel over/under pistol line with the arrival of the 6" barrel Texan chambered in .45 Colt/.410.
During its 66-year reign as America’s finest side-by-side shotgun maker, circa 1866-1932, Parker Brothers’ reputation for quality and reliability became legendary. While many other famous American manufacturers made their side-by-side shotguns with equal quality, today’s Parker Brothers shotgun owners still hold the bragging rights of having a few of their rarest and best quality models.