An Idaho pottery shop uncovered stacks of wooden WWII-era ordnance crates while renovating a new location.
Designed for Magnum’s semi-auto rifles as well as an aftermarket barrel that will fit all Ruger 10/22s, the new TTS-22 suppressed barrel has been in the works for over a year.
Courtland Hunt, the Florida spearfisherman who has been sniping invasive lionfish on their home turf, details his ‘Raygun’ underwater suppressor that looks like something out of Flash Gordon.
Optimized for competition, the Smith & Wesson Performance Center’s stainless 6-shot 686 and 7-shot 686 Plus include tuned actions and a distinctive appearance.
As part of C&Rsenal’s WWI Primer series, Othais and Mae take a look at the Norwegian-designed Springfield Model 1892–99 Krag–Jørgensen rifle.
GirlShot, a company centered on products for women, dropped an all-new product called the Concealed Carry Ammo Compact.
Chewing up converted 20x110mm cannon rounds of the same type used in the M61 Vulcan Gatling-style rotary cannon to shoot down aircraft, the .950 JDJ has a little kick.
In an effort to keep the land around the homestead nice and clean, Hickok45, takes a century-old vintage C96 “Broomhandle” Mauser for a walk innawoods.
A variation of Colt factory superintendent Elisha K. Root’s sidehammer revolver, the Model 1855 is often credited as being first repeating rifle adopted by the U.S. military.
Taking the M1893 Mauser as inspiration, the Destroyer was a scaled down pistol caliber carbine that was popular with Spanish police for about 50 years.