“Who doesn’t want to get a shotgun or a rifle and in the process capture the love of their lives?” said store owner Joe Thacker.
Glock’s Charles Sumner raps with Mike Lamb of Stoic Ventures about the evolution of Gaston’s polymer pistol from Gen I through Gen IV MOS, and has the guns to prove it.
A revolver used in an altercation between two 19th century French poets will be auctioned off by renowned art house Christie’s in Paris in late November.
With the changing of the leaves and the cooling autumnal breeze, one’s thoughts turn to typical signs of fall. Like the atheistic of wood furniture on an AR-15.
Tim with the Military Arms Channel reaches back deep in the vault and coughs up a 1980’s era semi-auto, carbine length British-made Sterling 9mm carbine.
The New Orleans Police Department has partnered with a New York project to hack up and melt down guns collected from the city and recycle them into jewelry.
The crew on Demotion Ranch now have a 37mm grenade launcher, which are very neat and very NFA-compliant (if used correctly).
A near-new condition Whitney Wolverine pistol is up for auction at the Illinois-based Rock Island Auction House. The pistol has a 10-round magazine and a four-and-a-half-inch barrel.
Nineteen-year-old Kai Kloepfer is at the helm of Biofire Technologies, a start-up dedicated to producing the world’s first fully functional smart gun.
The first Marine Corps snipers in Vietnam often found themselves using rifles forwarded from stateside shooting teams, such as this classic Model 70 with it’s huge 14x Unertl Sniper optic.