Erik with IV8888 spends some time getting to know the Swedish designed semi-auto used by Egypt in the 1950s and 60s until they went AK.
Weapons wonk Larry Vickers takes a look at a gun that is only common if you served time in the French Army in De Gaulle’s day– the M1950.
Master of the tactical mohawk, Hank Strange, visits Florida-based Safety Harbor Firearms and sees step-by-step how their .50 BMG upper is born.
An 84-year-old man was able to recover a 19th Century German shotgun that he dropped off to be disposed of after city officials pointed out it was likely valuable.
Unsurprisingly, black powder revolvers are especially prevalent now as many new black powder shooters start out owning one of these wheelguns.
Richardson Industries M5 is a single-shot scattergun with no trigger, no hammer, no extractor, no magazine, no sights, and no choke tubes.
Overall, the 1862 Colt Pocket Police revolvers, despite not being made in huge numbers, certainly deserves a bit more notoriety.
Ian with Forgotten Weapons takes a close look at an SMG used for clandestine operations by the OSS– as well as a booby trap attachment for the same.
Artist and fabricator Jimmy DiResta creates a working scale model of the cannons found at Edinburgh Castle in his workshop while you watch.
Auction attendees took care of business and picked up a pair of wheel guns formerly owned by The King for all-time highs last week.