Elbert Searle's Prototype Savage Squeeze-Cocker Pistol
Elbert Searle isn't one of the most well-known firearm designers, but his Savage Model 1907 and its derivatives were popular guns in their time. Now, a unique prototype pistol of his has been discovered, illustrating what else could have been in Savage's early 20th-century handgun lineup.
Preview: Hornady Lock-N-Load 17-22 Rim Thickness Gauge
Inconsistencies in rimfire ammunition brass are quite apparent, which is why competition and target shooters, dedicated varmint hunters and enthusiasts turn to a nuanced process to gain an extra edge in performance—batch-sorting rimfire ammunition.
TriStar Viper G2 Bolt Lock Product Safety Recall
TriStar Arms has recently discovered a potential safety issue with certain TriStar Viper G2 .410 Bore shotguns, which may lead to serious personal injury and/or damage to the shotgun.
Preview: Lee Precision Ultimate Lock Rings
Made for 7/8x14 TPI loading dies and designed to provide repeatable results each and every time, Lee Precision Ultimate Lock Rings are a must-have item on the loading bench.
SCCY Firearms: Guns For Everyday Carry
The company’s exclusive focus is on producing budget-friendly and reliable pistols for concealed carry. Its first gun—the CPX-1—appeared in 2005, at about the time permit applications were just beginning their dramatic increase.
Preview: Dayton Traister Mauser Speed Lock Kit
The Dayton Traister Mauser Speed Lock Kit allows for the conversion of standard, cock-on-close Mauser Model 93 and Swedish Model 96 rifles to cock-on-open operation.
Smith & Wesson's Triple Lock: A Look Back
The Triple Lock was the first Smith & Wesson revolver built on what is now called the N-frame—S&W’s N-frames have defined the modern wheelgun.
Preview: Victor Company Titan22
The Victor Company Titan22, for Ruger 10/22 rifles, offers enhanced strength and rigidity to help shooters maximize the accuracy of their rifles.
This Old Gun: Smith & Wesson .455 Hand Ejector
For many, the Smith & Wesson Triple Lock, also known as the Hand Ejector First Model, represents the epitome of the modern double-action revolver, even though it dates from 1908.
American Muskets Of The Revolution
While the longrifle gets most of the attention, the muskets used by militia and the Continental Line were the workhorses of the American Revolution.