Swiss-born British gunmaker Durs Egg built a number of breech-loading flintlocks using the system invented by clockmaker Giuseppe Crespi. Would you like to know more?
Ongoing construction this year in Lawrenceville near the location of the historic Allegheny Arsenal has kept Army explosive ordnance disposal teams busy.
Hickok45 reaches out for a .44 that has well over a hundred years of use on it but is just getting broken in.
The Model 1857 “light 12-pounder gun” was one of the most popular smoothbore field artillery pieces of the Civil War era. Would you like to see it in action?
A rest stop between the Springfield muskets of the Civil War and the later bolt-action rifles adopted by the Army, the 1873 Springfield was best known by its trap door
What is innovative yet archaic and popular yet infamous? Perhaps no firearm better illustrates this riddle like the Iver Johnson Safety Automatic revolver.
The Idris Elba/Stephen King vehicle set for theaters may boost sales of Remington New Army revolvers and moon clips, just not together.
Hickok45 goes black powder with one of Italian repro masters Davide Pedersoli & Co’s giant Howdah twin-barrel pistols.
Eric with IV8888 pits the two-inch thick front glass of a Humvee against a 1.4-pound lead projectile fired from a mini Parrot gun.
In the age of weaponized drones, it may be hard to imagine that close to 250 years ago a country was born using the primitive weapons of the oppressor.