Rifleman Q&A: St. Louis Arms Co. Shotgun
I have had a hammer shotgun in the closet for many years, 40 or more. Recently, I installed a new stock to replace the broken stock, polished the barrels and brought the Damascus back to life along with new springs for the lever and hammers. The original stock was highly figured English walnut. Can you tell me more about it?
Cabot Guns Celebrates American Craftsmanship
Cabot Guns, the Pennsylvania-based maker of bespoke, ultra-high-end M1911s built to extreme tolerances from a truly staggering assortment of exotic materials, is producing a video series on a topic near and dear to the company’s heart: celebrating the exceptional talent and skills of American artisans.
Hammer Guns: Classic Sporting Tools
From about 1880 ’till the beginning of World War I, so-called “contract guns” were sold as house brands by scores of hardware and sporting-goods dealers under the names of gun companies that never existed except on paper—an external hammer shotgun can be a thing of beauty or a disaster waiting to happen.
Knife Rights Supports NRA-ILA With Ornate Damascus Bowie
Freedom’s Steel VIII—Ribbons of Liberty Bowie has been donated to the NRA-ILA auction at the 2019 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Indianapolis, Ind.
Parker Brothers Model GH Shotgun
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.
Cabot Guns Folded Steel Damascus Pistol
Cabot Guns is releasing a true folded steel Damascus 1911.
Uncle Dan's EE Grade Lefever
Dan Lefever built the first hammerless side-by-side shotgun