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
Eric with IV8888 looks at an important part of Scandinavian military arms– the black-painted Norwegian M1774/1841/51 pillar breech musket.
The guys at Cody’s Lab took roughly two ounces of gold and cast a very pricey and super dense alternative metal .50 caliber bullet– then actually shot the thing!
Uberti is also providing a pretty good bang for the buck by bringing this legendary pistol back to market at a price everyone can afford.
The neat thing about an 1875 Portuguese Navy contract British-made Snider .58-caliber carbine is that by the time the smoke clears, the watermelon is gone.
Lawmakers in the Virginia House of Delegates gave their approval to a Senate plan Tuesday allowing some with felony records to use guns such as muzzleloaders for limited reasons.
The results of the Metropolitan Police’s weeklong gun amnesty program looks kinda like the weapons from a Clue board game.
Black powder revolvers are fun, but loading them isn’t always the case. Reloading is a snap with paper cartridges and making them is a snap.
While reloading gear seems relegated to the corners of quiet booths at SHOT, there are nonetheless some noteworthy introductions for handloaders.
“We’ve got 120 grains of black powder…” says backyard ordnance maker Royal Nonesuch with a wince as he steadies his homemade hand cannon towards a stack of milk jugs.