The TC86 Takedown Rifle is a new lever gun from Taylor’s and Company. You know we have a soft spot for lever guns: Taylors has GOOD ones.
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...
Henry Rifle is showing off a contemporary interpretation of the classic American rifle – it’s the Henry X1, first of what we hope is an entire X concept series. Take a look.
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.
A number of companies have marketed functional reproductions of the Mare’s Leg, making them the same way as the original, by cutting down Winchester rifles (most of which are now considered collectible antiques). These reproductions have the same legal restrictions as the original: a rifle may not have a barrel length less than 16 inches without obtaining a tax stamp from the ATF, in accordance with the National Firearms Act.
The lever gun may feel like a throwback to some--but you can still face shoot with it, so it's good with us. Today John Marrs reviews the Co-Pilot by Wild West Guns. Even if it isn't your thing, enjoy the view. Mad Duo From the West With Love- Review of the Co-Pilot...