Utah-based SilencerCo has gone the extra mile to create a limited edition offering that includes an EVO S1 9mm that has been given the SBR treatment and sports an Omega 9K can.
After deciding to sell the gun, John Barnett did some research, only to find out the gun belonged to a man who died in a concentration camp in 1942.
Chambered for the very fat Techkrim 9.55x39mm (.366 TKM) round, the Russian firm of Molot dropped a video of their VPO-209 doing battle with fruit somewhere on the frozen steppes.
“This gun kind of is an amalgamation of a whole bunch of bad ideas all at the same time,” says Ian with Forgotten Weapons of the oddball combo gun.
In conjunction with World of Tanks, Richard at FullMag coughs up a Finnish Lahti 20mm anti-tank rifle on skis and pits it against 1/4″ steel plates.
Capandball, a Hungarian black powder enthusiast, and collector, puts the Union’s Rogers & Spencer next to an Italian repro side by side on the table and the range.
The Old Bedford Village in Bedford, Pennsylvania last week suffered a break-in that left the living history museum without their collection of rifled muskets.
Texas Machine Gun & Ordnance argues that the current National Firearm Act limits their ability to make explosive missiles. Rockets on the other hand…
Around 1815 the Geneva workshop of Frères Rochat created a handful of “pistols” that actually concealed an extremely complicated music box and an automaton bird that pops out of the barrels.
SSL Firearms Corporation will auction off a 1924 .32-caliber Smith & Wesson revolver once owned by Al Capone next month.