LifeSizePotato has a collection of Benelli’s mechanically interesting lever-delayed blowback B-series pistols, and the 9mm B-76 is a work of art.
Ian with Forgotten Weapons takes a gander at a cottage made M1911-ish pistol that has a lot of the same features of a GI longslide, namely the long slide.
Ian from Forgotten Weapons wraps his scholarly hands around a Marine Corps MC-1952 Sniper Garand, an Army M1C Sniper, and a series of Springfield 1903 sniper rifles for an in-depth look.
Remember that Winchester Model 1873 .44 found in Great Basin National Park in 2014? Here’s an update as to what happened to it and what researchers found.
Produced until 1950, John Browning’s Remington Autoloading Rifle was a sweet shooting semi-autogun that that was a game changer for its time, and IV8888 has one to shoot.
With their vintage .303 No. 4 Lee Enfield rifles being phased out, the part-time soldiers of the Canadian Rangers are standing tall at the Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Concentration.
The Lewis was designed by a U.S. Army officer but initially couldn’t get any love in the states, but would you like to see one along with its PITA pan mag in action?
Utah-based SilencerCo and SSVi have teamed up to produce a very quiet set up that mates a custom HK VP9 to an Osprey 9K can in one sweet package.
Ian with Forgotten Weapons fires the gently recoiling popgun that is Aimo Lahti’s 109-pound semi-automatic rifle on skis made to assassinate tanks.
Machine Gun Mike lives up to his name and lights up a real deal post-86 sample Fabrique Nationale P90TR as fast as it can cycle.