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...
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The Colt Monitor (R80 Machine Rifle) was a modified BAR (Browning Automatic Rifle) adopted by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies.
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 M95 Mannlicher had several problems. One of them were probably the worst iron sights ever used on a mass production rifle.
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.
In this edition of Weapon Crush Wednesday, Mike the Mook got himself a sixgun that wasn’t what it seemed…now he’s gonna tell you about it.
Back in 1927 when Colt made firearms that people wanted and could actually buy, the company rolled out a new revolver based on their popular Police Positive Model. With its slimmer frame and shorter barrel, the new revolver was called “The Detective Special”. But to us, it was just a Dick. Elliott Ness famously carried one, as did Charles Lindbergh. The Dick Special was carried by police detectives, private detectives and anyone who wanted to discreetly carry a small frame .38 revolver. Colt dropped it from their lineup in 1992, just in time for concealed carry reform to start taking hold in America.
The Bowers USS 22 is a quiet and rugged rimfire can for shutting up just about everything on the small side. A 22 suppressor is usually the first silencer that most people acquire. The cost is relatively low, performance is excellent, and it is a great way to...
Known first as the Tramond-Lebel, the 1886 Lebel Rifle was a contemporary of the Mauser M-71/84.
We’re looking at an interesting pocket gun today, a weapon designed for bad breath use. Some call ’em BUGs. Read more about the High Standard Derringer.