The Pedersen Device was a wonder weapon that turned the standard Springfield 1903 into a semi-auto pistol-caliber rifle with a bulky 40-round mag.
RIA’s Premiere Firearms Auction next month has over 2,500 lots and here are some of the sweetest (and most valuable) of the offerings.
Eric with IV8888 sits down and talks turkey with a beefy Spaniard made by Astra, the 9mm Largo caliber Model 400.
A one-of-a-kind, gold-plated Walther PPK once owned by a Nazi officer will be auctioned off in September.
In the first half of the 20th Century, if you read an Old Western novel, odds were it was written by Ohio native Zane Grey. And his presentation grade Winchester 1895 pays tribute to that.
When he was 18-years old, Bill Lessard stumbled across a chopped-down SXS while doing construction at an old shirt factory in Maine. Now, a half-century later, he is bringing it back home.
The unappreciated .41 Remington Magnum dates back to the Johnson Administration and was brought about by shooting greats Elmer Keith, Bill Jordan and Skeeter Skelton– and Hickok45 has a classic S&W Model 57 chambered in this vintage pill.
Royal Nonesuch as gotten his homemade 9mm semi-auto Grease Gun homage to the stage that he is test firing.
The Michigan company said the purchase will enhance its “ever-expanding product portfolio as well as provide new technology for product innovations.”
Eric from IV8888 drops a belt of 7.62x51mm NATO on an AR500 plate to see just how the hard plate reacts to the full-auto treatment.