British subject Phillip A. Luty thumbed his nose at gun bans in the UK and designed a burp gun from homemade parts, then wrote a book about it.
The Marine Corps has posted a Request for Information on commercially available suppressors that can work across all of their 5.56mm platforms.
The NFA Review Channel covers the project between Angstadt Arms and KG Made Suppressors to produce a very sweet AR that includes a user-serviceable integral suppressor.
With a selection that includes a rare Hanel SMG, a Johnson light machine gun, and a British proof-marked BAR, Rock Island has a truckload of fun stuff at their September auction.
Windsor Arms Co. took a semi-automatic Palmetto State Armory PA-10 and turned it into a very controllable machine gun capable of firing 800 rounds per minute.
The weapon was purchased by the former sheriff in 1934, and while it has a fixed value of $37,000, the current sheriff said he expects it to bring $50,000.
Ian with Forgotten Weapons takes a look in-depth at the classic German 9mm sub guns of World War II, and what sets them apart.
Glock has largely set the standard for duty weapons and in many ways become synonymous with the word “gun,” but within that ubiquity there is a rarity: the Glock 18, a machine pistol.
Eric with IV8888 tests out a fresh production variant of the integrally-suppressed 9mm semi-auto from SilencerCo.
The meteoric rise and fall and subsequent revival of the iconic roller locked carbine mirrors something out of a classic tale.