Guns.com recently visited Independent Studio Services (ISS), the Los Angeles-based supplier of firearm props used in 75 to 80 percent of films and TV.
One of the early Pilgrims at Plymouth Colony at the first Thanksgiving was John Alden, and a vintage rifle belonging to him has survived some 396 years.
Over the course of five years and thousands of miles, I toured America to meet some of the millions of legal gun owners who every day proudly exercise their constitutional right to keep and bear arms.
A Remington brand dog’s head rifle cane is up for auction and estimated to sell between $5,000 and $8,000.
When Colt came out with his “Baby Dragoon” model in 1848 especially for civilian use and sale, the concealed carry handgun was born.
The revolver used to arrest Lee Harvey Oswald after he fatally shot John F. Kennedy is up for grabs at a Dallas-based auction house.
“Working with meteorite is completely seductive,” says Rob Bianchin of Cabot Guns about his company’s set one-of-a kind right and left handed custom 1911 pistols.
Jake Hamby, who describes himself as a “Former Combat Camera dude/Aspiring Filmmaker/Duel-Sport Enthusiast” recently ran across a whack job of a garage gun in Iraq.
Ian with Forgotten Weapons takes a look at the very curious but rather simple semi-auto 8mm pistols of Herr Theodor Bergmann.
Best known for his role as Napoleon Solo in The Man from U.N.C.L.E where he carried the world’s most tricked out pistol, actor and veteran Robert Vaughn died last Friday.