One of the most interesting features of the Johnson was its rotary feed magazine, similar in concept as today’s Ruger 10/22 though not detachable.
Rock Island Auction Company is preparing to auction off a slew of historical goodies in September, to include a pair of Boutet Parisian Flintlock dueling pistols.
Surplus sell-offs after World War Two coupled with plentiful G.I. bring backs means that the Cz-27 is not hard to find today.
A first year production Henry deluxe action rifle is set to be auctioned off in September by Rock Island Auction Company with the gun expected to fetch between $240,000 and $375,000.
German firearms wonk Herbert Werle upped his “Kalaschnikow Luger” game by crafting a new gun from a small Luger carbine and an AK74.
Tim with the Military Arms Channel laid hands on a vintage J. P. Sauer & Sohn semi-auto that went on to contribute a number of ideas to better-known designs today.
The goofy 7.62x38mmR round, with its gas seal and anemic characteristics, has long been dismissed when it came to performance. About that…
Starting with an idea to make a gun that would fit inside an Altoids mint box, a seven-year project has produced a folding single-shot .22LR pistol.
Swiss-born British gunmaker Durs Egg built a number of breech-loading flintlocks using the system invented by clockmaker Giuseppe Crespi. Would you like to know more?
Pictured somewhere in Florida, these MP5 magazines are so fresh, you can use them right off the tree.