The .30-06 (not .303!) US Model 1917, also known as the American Enfield, was one of the great logistical successes of World War I.
Mando likes the 458 SOCOM cartridge (or so we here). Until we can confirm, check out the Beskar Blaster our boy Searson put together!
Mike Searson reviews the PSA KS-47: an 8″ barreled AR pistol with a brace, 5/8 x 24″ threaded muzzle, chambered in 7.62 x 39mm that works with AK magazines.
The 45 caliber is one of those ideal bore diameters for hurling lead downrange. Here are 50 shades of .45 ammo that have spanned the past 200 years.
The Winchester 30-30 (Winchester 1894) is an iconic gun, probably because of one particular man: Teddy Roosevelt. Of all the US Presidents, Theodore Roosevelt is perhaps my favorite. In his life, he did it all: author, rancher, big game hunter, explorer, military...
For over 75 years, Brownells has been providing quality Gunsmithing tools, gun parts, and service to the firearms industry. The company's commitment to customer service and quality is one of the highest in the industry. For nearly 30 years of that history, I have been...
There is nothing wrong with the Sigma series SW380 – that is, at least as long as you don’t have to stake your life on it.
Austria’s M1895 Mannlicher had several problems. One of them was probably the worst iron sights ever used on a mass production rifle.
The Officer’s Model was the top of Colt’s revolver line until the introduction of the Colt Python in 1955 and was dropped from production in 1969.
The LeMat revolver was a unique, .42 caliber firearm that takes its name from Jean Alexandre LeMat. It carried *9* shots, and 1 .60 smoothbore in the center.