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.
When Colt came out with his “Baby Dragoon” model in 1848 especially for civilian use and sale, the concealed carry handgun was born.
Capandball, a Hungarian black powder enthusiast and collector, puts the OG Colt Police wheelgun from 1862 next to an Italian repro side by side on the table and the range.
Mae from C&Rsenal has lots of experience with gargantuan weaponry, but even she gets a lot of punishment from this huge flintlock.
Richard and the folks over at FullMag gave a nod to Civ VI by pitting a bowling ball cannon and flintlock rifle against a pumpkin based invader.
Police in Coventry, Rhode Island served a search warrant on a man and ended up with a display of guns to show off– some of which may be actual firearms.
The Florida Supreme Court overturned the conviction of a felon in possession of a firearm because the gun wasn’t considered “modern” under state law.
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.