With a 1972 born on date, this Izzy-marked Soviet-era sniper rifle is a true SVD and still works like a clock as Robski and the AKOU crew found out.
If you live in rural Tennessee and you run an Uzi, you do rural Tennessee things with said Uzi in your down time.
The BAR name tends to confuse the current generations of shooters. Often seen in print referring to the light machine gun John Moses Browning introduced around 1918, shooters today usually think of a popular sporting rifle more suited for whitetails than fighting the Kaiser when they hear the name—though these two guns do share some of the same genetics.
The following six hunting rifles are no longer in production yet still find their way to the deer woods each fall in the hands of hunters.
Ian at Forgotten Weapons managed to get up close and personal with a pair of Volkssturmgewehr VG1-5 “last ditch” rifles used in the final days of the Third Reich.
The good people at Czerny’s auction house in Sarzana, Italy have a rare pistol up for auction that had the most advanced tactical light of its day.
The Georgia gun gurus at IV8888 laid hands on a loaner Heckler and Koch MP7A1 and ran it through its paces.
Its always a good idea to grab a metal detector and check trees before cutting into them along the former battlefields of the Eastern Front as they sometimes pick up the strangest objects.
A YouTuber posted his own low-cost nitrocellulose cannon made from some copper tubing, two 6-volt batteries and other household items.
The Firearms Blog went full on Spanish-American War and attempted to do a little running and gunning with the Springfield Krag rifle.