European-made Velo Dogs, with their folding triggers and sub-optimal calibers, were the weapon of choice for the ancestors of modern spandex-clad cyclists.
Despite the troubles of the company, Dan Wesson produced what was probably the most accurate, rugged and versatile revolver of all time.
A Hasbun and Half Face Blades Collaboration, today in Monday Night Knife Fights.
In today’s Weapon Crush Wednesday, the French Apache. No barrel, the grip is a set of brass knuckles…what’s not to like?
Workmanship on the Model 1876 rifle, from Horn’s signature engraved on the rifle’s side plate to the fire blued screws and safety catch on the butt of the lever is impeccable.
Today in Monday Night Knife Fights we get all into the M1917 Trench Dagger with Mike Searson.
In today’s WCW, Mike the Mook talks about the S&W Model 64. Basically, a stainless steel Model 10, a design with roots at the turn of the 20th century.
The Dead Air Ghost is a mutiple role can our boy Mike the Mook wanted to check out, so he ran one…on a SIG and a Hi-Point, gawd help us. Here’s what he has to say ’bout the experience.
We looked at the S&W Model 1 which was undoubtedly the puny 7 shot 22 Short peashooter, recently. But what’s the S&W Model 1.5?
In WCW today, learn about the first revolver manufactured by Smith & Wesson, the Model 1 which was the first commercially successful revolver to use rimfire cartridges.