The Old Bedford Village in Bedford, Pennsylvania last week suffered a break-in that left the living history museum without their collection of rifled muskets.
Taking a break from exotic shotgun shells, the gang at Taofledermaus grabbed some black powder and a few random balloons to see if they could (literally) blow one up.
While most of the countries in South America were buying shiny new Mausers for their military, cash-strapped Uruguay tried to make due with a French-made amalgam that was (mostly) a Mauser.
Henry Nock was famous for his 7-shot sea-sweeping Volley Gun but he also made this very interesting early 1800s self-priming flintlock with a full half-dozen rotating barrels.
Construction workers at first thought they had unearthed an old wrecking ball. Then after a closer look, a historian called the police who in turned placed a call to Fort Stewart.
Never one to rest on its laurels, or in this case, its super-successful Encore line of muzzleloaders, T/C has debuted a new-and-improved black powder rifle.
A group fighting both ISIS and the Syrian government has in recent months added some very old-school armament to their campaign.
I have always wondered exactly how powerful those Civil War pistols were so, I grabbed some ordinance gel and decided to see what these weapons can do.
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.