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Steyr M1912: The Underrated Habsburg Hammer Gun

When it comes to surplus semi-automatic handguns from the early 20th century, the Steyr M1912 is arguably one of the most underrated pistols in this category, yet offers plenty of history and usability to collectors.

Review: Arms Of America Mini Beryl

Arms of America imports a Polish-made, AK-style pistol based on the rifles built for the Polish military, and the FB Radom Mini Beryl pistol in 5.56 NATO is one of the industry's best-kept secrets.

The Interarms G33/50: A Shootable Swedish Cavalry Carbine

Chambered for the light recoiling and readily available 6.5 mm Swedish cartridge, and with fine build and  finish quality, The InterArms Co. G33/50 carbine is an excellent choice for collectors who want a bolt-action surplus rifle to shoot.

Review: Taylor’s & Company TC9 1873 SA Revolver

With the classic aesthetics of a Single Action Army blended with the ability to chamber 9 mm Luger ammunition, the Taylor’s & Company TC9 1873 SA provides Old West enthusiasts with an easily fed SSA option.

3 Mausers: Rifles & Rounds Comparison

Culling a carefully curated collection of arms can be incredibly agonizing. So how does one select a favorite for keeps? Here the author delves into his personal collection of Mauser rifles with reasons why each of the three are important keepsakes, ultimately deciding one as "the one to keep."

Military Surplus Collecting For Beginners—6 Guns Worth Knowing About

Here we discuss three great military-surplus firearms for beginners and three that are best saved for later.


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