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The 1903 Colt: A Look Back

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

CCI’s Green Ammo

CCI gets the lead out of some of its rimfire hunting ammunition.

Savage Model 99: A Look Back

Savage’s Model 99 had an almost century long run, and is still an interesting rifle.

Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector: A Look Back

A look back at the Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector, better known as the M&P or the Model 10.

Burgess Rifle: Greatness Shortlived

Andrew Burgess’s lever-action rifle produced by Colt may have had too short a lifespan, but an Italian-made replica gives this grand rifle a new lease on life.

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 38

Never a company to rest on its laurels, Smith & Wesson continues to refine the 174-year-old revolver design with its new Bodyguard.

The History Of The .357 Magnum

There are lighter .357 Mag. revolvers to pack and more powerful, finely made revolvers to hunt with, but there will always be a place for an accurate, premium-built revolver with the power of the .357 Mag.

Stoeger Coach Gun

This shotgun is just as effective and as good a choice for today’s homeowner as it was as a protector of 19th century stagecoaches.

Colt History: A Look Back At The 1911

Officially called the Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911, John Browning’s masterpiece is as popular and practical today as it was 100 years ago.

Custom 1911 Builders

Those slick 1911 pistols you see in the gun shop with all the bells and whistles are a result of the talents and demands of several men over many years.

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