Tim with the Military Arms Channel took a pretty beat “pre-B” model CZ, stripped it down and breathed some new life into the now-classic 9mm.
For the last three years, Canadian fisherman Jonathan Fraser has been rescuing unwanted guns from destruction by exchanging them for gift cards and fresh lobster.
The reenactment, which was first done in 2014, is described as an “amazing battle with cannons roaring, horses galloping, and the clash of arms.”
Roland, Arkansas-based ARMTAC is now offering their Reaver integrally suppressed bolt-action rifle in 7.62x39mm.
Two new additions to the NRA’s National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia, are a pair of neat old Russian guns with a very U.S.-connection.
Hickok45 finds a thing of beauty in a black powder muzzle loading side-by-side shotgun sans tax stamp.
The historic capital ship is looking for some parts for one of their WWII-vintage anti-aircraft guns to complete their display.
Larry Vickers examines the pinnacle of the P-38 design: the 1970’s-era West German police Walther P4 9mm.
Kirsten Joy Weiss sets down the match-grade rifles and picks up a blowgun then lurks around the green hell while holding class on the humble blowpipe.
Rimfire expert 22Plinkster lays hands on Ruger’s Silent-SR integrally suppressed 10/22 barrel and enjoys some quiet time.