Ruger recently kicked off a new offering for their long-running Redhawk wheel gun line that brings an increase in capacity and Hickok45 has the rundown.
Using his own take on an arm brace, a DIY home gunsmith crafted a 9mm pistol with a 10-inch barrel using hardware store parts, a surplus barrel, and a paintball gun lower.
Hidden inside an 111-year-old photo of a very well dressed group of “working men” from a small market town in England are a trio of Colt pump action rifles and a trophy cup that is still around today.
For 30 years Remington made one of the neatest– and lightest– rimfire semi-autos on the market, the trendsetting Nylon 66.
Larry Vickers brings in a historically significant F-serial number block Mauser SVW-45 Walther, among the last made for the Germans at the tail end of WWII.
A jury in federal court last week found a Georgia man guilty of illegal possession of a destructive device after federal agents found him with an anti-tank gun that was not registered to him.
The Civilian Marksmanship Program advises the Army could soon hand over a large stock of historically significant M1 rifles.
Turnbull Restoration Co. is set to release a new Winchester Model 1892 lever action rifle featuring the company’s innovative color case finish.
If you’re a handgun hound, chances are you’ve set eyes on a whole line of imported European 9mm cop guns over the years.
The 170 year old Walker revolver, despite its failings, was a huge success for Colt and its legacy is carried on with .44 caliber replicas produced by Uberti