The Colt Single Army is an iconic gun, and the Taylor’s & Company 1873 Cattleman Revolver in 32 WCF is faithful to the original in every way.
The flintlock, smoothbore guns that were traded to Native Americans helped start the industry that lasted for a couple of centuries and led the expansion west to open new territory.
One of the most iconic guns out there is the Mauser 98, especially the Karabiner 98K, the main rifle of the German military throughout WWII
The SKS is one of the most well-known military arms all around the world, and has been embraced by shooters and collectors since imported
With ruling party of Democrats seeing bloodlust towards stripping gun owners of their rights these days, the ammo shortage
In days of centuries past, hunting once was reserved for the nobility. In Europe, royal forests, off-limits to the average peasant
America is in for some very dark years. The eagle is bleeding one cut at a time, & Joe Biden and the dystopian gods now in charge hold the knives and they keep cutting.
If Joe Biden ends up as President and the Democrats get total control of the government, then the United States will quickly turn into what we here in New York have to deal with, and possibly worse.
They all plead their case, one or two of them said that they only had a few rounds for each of their particular guns and with hunting season about to begin
The Italian Carcano rifle, probably the most maligned, made fun of and possibly hated military bolt action rifles in existence.
Our country has been turned upside down, and hardworking, law-abiding citizens are on the bottom and are being trampled by the rioters and the regulations coming from blue states…
One can hardly turn on the news without seeing our country imploding before our very eyes, and it seems as though nothing is being done about it.
The American made Mosin Nagant rifles are a unique piece of firearms history. The Remington and Westinghouse rifles were made to help save the Tsar
Store shelves at gun stores all around the United States lay bare as panic buyers grab everything not nailed down – but not .410.
So, each time a gun owner wants to buy a gun, no matter what, they will have to seek out an approved mental health professional to have an evaluation performed.
We need to all get it together before we’re all saying “We used to” when referring to guns and hunting and all the outdoor sports in past tense.
The lever-action shotgun has been with us for a long time, and here’s to hoping it will be around a lot longer.
Sometimes you have to wonder when you run across an old gun, one that has seen better days, if it is worth saving or just scraping for parts?
Crenshaw was far from the only Republican who suddenly decided that likeability was better than upholding the Constitutional rights of his constituents.
The Uberti Schofield Wells Fargo Revolver is a wonderful revolver and would make a great addition to anyone’s collection, whether you’re a Cowboy Action Shooter or just a fan of Western firearms.
The Winchester rifles were synonymous with winning the West, but to point out which of those rifles that actually achieved that has been open for debate.
The Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless was ahead of its time when it was designed. It was made for the sole purpose of self-defense and concealability.
There is another rifle that goes by the same title that to some has a following that has sustained it for just as long, and that is the Marlin Model ’94 Lever-Action Rifle.
I had the chance to examine Henry Arm’s latest offering, called the Cowboy Carbine, which is part of their new line of guns, the Side-Gate Lever Action. Re-read that last part again, that’s right…
Several states have been ramming through these red flag laws, but the scarier part is that there are so many, including gun owners and even the NRA is receptive to red flag laws in one form or another
This week New York State took another drastic leap towards totalitarianism with eight new “progressive” gun laws that were passed by the government which is controlled entirely by Democrats and will a
I learned a long time ago; if I can’t do the work or don’t have the proper equipment, I take it to a gunsmith, a real gunsmith, someone with experience and the right tools.
Most hunters now seem to stick to whitetails and turkeys and leave the rest of woods alone. All I can say is you are missing out on quality time in the woods spent squirrel hunting.
Where does someone move to when it appears the gun rights that you may have now could be in jeopardy in the next ten years and how far do you keep moving?
So what about the .30-30 Winchester as a viable defense round? Is it any ?, or should it be hung over the wall with Granddad’s antique snowshoes?