A reader inquires about an old gun with markings on the barrel’s rib: “DERINGER PHILADA. PATd JUNE 3, 1873.
A reader inquires about a problem that occurs when firing a clip of blank cartridges in his M1 rifle.
Is that old military pistol you just picked up at a bargain-basement price an interesting collectable to be tucked away for safe keeping or a real shooter? Here are the steps to take to find out.
Recently, I saw an old copy of a movie poster from the 1980s. The film was called “The Grey Fox” and starred the late Richard Farnsworth—a wonderful actor in an off-beat western set in Canada at the turn of the century.
The Southerner Derringer was a turn-barrel pistol with its name, emblazoned on the barrel, intended to appeal to buyers south of the Mason-Dixon Line.
Winchester Centennial: I Have This Old Gun
Savage’s Model 99 had an almost century long run, and is still an interesting rifle.
From the Dope Bag Archives: Savage Model 101 Revolver, May 1960.