This Old Gun: Winchester Model 1892 'Trapper'
The Winchester 1873 may have been “The Gun That Won The West,” but it was the Winchester Model 1892, with its smoother, stronger action, that soon began outselling the earlier toggle-link lever-action and eventually caused the ‘73’s demise in 1921.
Browning Citori: A Redesigned Superposed
There are 33 versions currently available from the company, not including the 22-strong Citori 725 line. All wear American walnut furniture, in a variety of fine finishes. The line’s wide variety of options include recoil pads adjustable for length of pull, adjustable cheekpieces, intricate engraving, floating ribs and much more.
Smith & Wesson Model 41: An Iconic Rimfire Target Pistol
S&W's repeating rimfire pistol, the Model 41 began in 1957 and continues its classic appeal with standard and Performance Center models built for hunting, plinking and bullseye punching.
Book Review: Classic Guns Of The World Series
Since 1974, Schiffer Publishing has been producing high-quality, glossy-paged books on nearly every type of antique of interest to the collector’s market. For arms and militaria collectors, the publisher’s Schiffer Military branch has been the go-to for books on nearly every aspect of 20th-century military material.
This Old Gun: Walther Model 4
Before the Walther PP and PPK became iconic handguns, there was another highly regarded pistol from Walther: the Model 4.
Classic Guns: Webley Mk V Revolver
Webley provided revolvers for the British military for close to 30 years. Today, the Webley Mk V that hasn’t been rechambered for .45 ACP is the most collectible.
Where else would a bunch of shooters vacation, but a Shootist’s Holiday?
The Rifleman’s Rifle Turns 75
From the depths of The Depression came what some argue is the finest bolt-action rifle ever made.
Savage Model 99: A Look Back
Savage’s Model 99 had an almost century long run, and is still an interesting rifle.