While generally a conflict in which both sides duked it out with percussion muzzleloaders, the Civil War also saw some of the first widespread use of repeating rifles.
The good folks down at the VSO Gun Channel were able to evaluate a classic select-fire Chicago Typewriter dating to the Prohibition era.
Originally developed by Alex Bosco of SB Tactical, the brace was meant to offer more stability for wounded and disabled veterans shooting AR pistols.
Guns.com reported earlier this month that Elvis Presley’s Smith & Wesson revolver sold recently, but it actually sold in 2012 and will be back on the auction block in May.
Often used in high school science experiments back in the day, this large scale vacuum cannon spits out 3-inch PVC end caps powered by atmospheric pressure only.
Taofledermaus took a break from the exotic shotgun shell research to test the ballistics of .40S&W brass loaded with the heads of captured Legomen.
With a yard overrun with clay pots, pop and metal plates, Hickok45 tapped in a vintage WWII-era Inland Carbine for some backup.
Springfield Armory straightened out rumors that their highly sought after Custom Shop designs were no longer in production, saying the shop is still churning out custom guns.
A .41 caliber double barrel 1866 Remington derringer counted as one of John Henry “Doc” Holliday’s last earthly possessions is coming home.
Competition shooter Robert “Bob” Gordon Vogel got behind a homemade punt gun that packs in 11-ounces of shot and 650-grains of black powder, or about ten 12 gauge birdshot loads.