The Henry rifle is the perfect tool to bring new shooters into the fold, especially with its reasonable $450 MSRP. Hand them one of these rifles, and they’ll keep asking you for more and more ammo.
The typically snappy .357 Magnum is easily tamed by this luminous lever-action brass beast. If you thought firing the normally stout Magnum was paradoxical, try firing a .38 Special round from the Henry.
The Legacy of “The Gun that Won the West” lives on with the Rossi M92. With the Rossi in hand you instantly walk a little taller, talk a little slower and “pardner” sneaks into your vernacular. It seems like every time I hold this gun I catch myself saying, “Fill your hand…”
With visions and fantasies of yesteryear this gun is a dream come true. As a Cowboy Action Shooter, this gun will be the envy of many friends.
Mad Max was released in 1979. The Mossberg 464 SPX, 34 years later, would have been perfect for the film. Its twenty first century plastic looks odd on the nineteenth century frame. But there’s more to the new .30-30 than its Hollywood potential.
Looking for a lever action carbine that will fit nicely in a saddle holster? Or maybe you are looking for a finely tuned competition gun for cowboy action shooting. Either way, Cimarron and Uberti have teamed up to make a great copy of an old Winchester. The 1873 Saddle Shorty is a nicely finished short stroked lever gun.
It’s a decade before the turn of the 20th century and Winchester tasks a 33-year old John Moses Browning with moving the company, primarily known for making lever action rifles into the shotgun market. The only catch is the shotgun has to be a lever action too.
With affordable semi-autos suffering from Unicorn Syndrome, Guns.com has been getting more and more requests for looks at large caliber survival rifles that aren’t semi-automatic. Well you know what they saw about asking…
My wife and I exchanged nervous glances and kept our eye on the group of shooters. This lady didn’t have a clue what she was doing, and nobody was helping her. The following are things that should be rudimentary but apparently are not, at least to some people.
Exacting an inimitable influence on the direction of American arms, in the new millennium Winchester’s most renowned designs have occasioned brisk business in the replica arms market. A handful of manufacturers hang their hat on producing near perfect antique Winchester clones and, as Guns.com h