In the late 19th century, Buffalo Bill Cody was probably the best known American in the world, and Annie Oakley was the star of his show.
The spirit that produced the war in the 1860s, and lasting division in the 1960s, is abroad again. A great secession of the heart is underway.
The NRA’s National Firearms Museum is full of eminent collections and is honored to showcase a Colt revolver, on loan, that once belonged to W.F. Cody.
The Hawken Rifle made its mark in the West, but the gun’s story — and the men that made these guns — actually began in the East.
Where was the universal ridicule for former Democrat Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Bob Graham?
Why? Because by doing so, today’s Democrat party can once and for all eliminate their despicable history as the party of racism, slavery, and secession.
A member of Canada’s elite Joint Task Force 2 special forces unit targeted and killed an Islamic State fighter at a distance of almost three and a half kilometres.
800 lots span 200-year timeline with exceptional shotguns, rifles, revolvers, Japanese swords, Civil War, WWII/Nazi rarities, American Indian relics
Known as the Cleveland Tank Plant, this I-X Center event will showcase vehicles built at the former tank plant including the M41 Walker Bulldog Tanks.
Gun writer David Tong gives us a look into the history of the Walther PPK Pistol. One of the most iconic pistols of the 20th Century…
From the point of view of those who would rule them, these brave Patriots committed treason.
HB 1911, referred to as Permitless Carry is a major step forward to restore the handgun rights Texans lost in the 1870s.
At 7:30 a.m., the “Shot Heard ‘Round the World” was fired on the village green in Lexington, Mass., between the colonial militia and British army.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Cody Firearms Museum brings international firearms experts and museum professionals to Cody, Wyoming, for a July symposium, Arsenals of History
The first appearance of the Mannlicher-Schoenauer Carbine was at the 1900 World’s Fair, and the main emphasis was military sales.
The Smith & Wesson Registered Magnum Revolver is possibly most revered revolver in Smith and Wesson’s long revolver making history…
On Feb. 28, 1967, Anderson had just celebrated his 20th birthday and his one-year anniversary in the Marines when he was put to the ultimate test.
David Tong reviews a historic revolver, the Smith & Wesson Triple Lock or as known by its long name the .44 Hand-Ejector First Model “New Century” Revolver.
In this review, gun writer David Tong discusses the history behind the U.S. Krag-Jorgensen Rifle…
From a Vietnam era gun truck and a World War II B-25 bomber to a giant 20mm Oerlikon anti-aircraft cannon and more, THE WEAPON HUNTER is history up-close and personal.
Lucky Shot USA invites you to stop by booth #2957, which will be completely transformed into a WWI-WWII era troop transport truck.
The Michigan History Center welcomed Suzanne Fischer as the new director of the Michigan History Museum System last week…
Reenactors will portray the days’ events from 1824 during living history weekend July 2-3 at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park (SHP).
The AR 15 Rifle has become the most popular general purpose rifle platform since, well, since ever…
Join over 34 million television viewers tonight in the United States, 15 million viewers in Canada and 8 million viewers in Europe as C Products Defense presents the third episode of the new hit…..