Every year manufacturers from across the industry join together in the month of October to raise awareness for breast cancer.
The Sig P229 EPLS (Electronic Personal Lock System), debuted in 2000, rose about as far as a lead balloon and Ian from Forgotten Weapons outlines why.
A pair of sealed shipping containers recently donated to the Texas-based Commemorative Air Force were cracked open in a ceremony in Dallas this week and found to contain some high-tech WWII bomb sights.
German firearms wonk Herbert Werle doesn’t a talk a lot in his videos, but that is OK because the custom creations he comes up with carry the conversation just fine.
The typical British and Commonwealth infantryman of World War II carried a Lee-Enfield bolt-action rifle and Hickok45 has a beautiful 1942-vintage No. 4 Mk 1* example to try out.
LifeSizePotato has a collection of Benelli’s mechanically interesting lever-delayed blowback B-series pistols, and the 9mm B-76 is a work of art.
Ian with Forgotten Weapons takes a gander at a cottage made M1911-ish pistol that has a lot of the same features of a GI longslide, namely the long slide.
Ian from Forgotten Weapons wraps his scholarly hands around a Marine Corps MC-1952 Sniper Garand, an Army M1C Sniper, and a series of Springfield 1903 sniper rifles for an in-depth look.
Remember that Winchester Model 1873 .44 found in Great Basin National Park in 2014? Here’s an update as to what happened to it and what researchers found.
Produced until 1950, John Browning’s Remington Autoloading Rifle was a sweet shooting semi-autogun that that was a game changer for its time, and IV8888 has one to shoot.