With Beretta 92s hitting the police trade-in market in droves & the average retail price falling between $300 & $400 on a gun that has served our military well, it is worth another look .
One of those rare revolvers came into my grasp, but little did I know that picking up a $75 junker would result in restoring a Colt M1878 Frontier Six-Shooter in 44 WCF.
Skinner’s Ladder Sight makes the original Winchester Buckhorn sight look like a piece of scrap metal.
Besides the quality paint job, this has become one of my favorite rifles to take to the range.
If you are looking for a high-end AR for three-gun, precision or just bragging rights; the FIMS AR-15 is the rifle for you.
Mike Searson gives us some history of the Buntline Special Pistol with a bonus review of the Cimarron Wyatt Earp Buntline revolver.
The Colt King Cobra Target is another step in the right direction for Colt to potentially own the revolver market once again.
Mike decided to accessorize his Palmetto State Armory AR-15 with a CMC Curved trigger and a Schmeisser magazine, as well as a Sly Tactical two-point sling.
There is a lot of value in this revolver (I have seen them retail for less than $400), do not turn your nose up at it because it is inexpensive; it is full of potential.
The Heritage Rough Rider would probably be a bear to find a holster made for it, but I had fun with it and would not hesitate to own one.
One of my cohorts in the country actually developed a blood blister from shooting the Arex Rex Delta Pistol so much!
Top-tier rifle manufacturer, Cobalt Kinetics, seems to be hanging up their rifles in order to bring a new line of pistols to market.
The Franklin Armory Title 1 has a pistol-length buffer tube. It has no stock and was never built with one. It will always be a firearm under the legal definition. It is NOT a rifle.
Palmetto State Armory and their PSAK-47 Liberty GB2 Classic is setting a high bar for US-produced AKs and keeping the price reasonable.
Don’t be so quick to discard an old clunker. None of these firearms were valuable at all and apart from detailed cleaning and the repairs; I saw no need to perform a full-on restoration on any of them
The Kahr S9 holds true to everything I always found good about the design including their look, feel, accuracy and reliability.
This time out I took a look at the black Blade Spyderco Efficient knife and Wazoo Gear’s Viking Whetstone tool.
Here is how I turned my good rifle into a great one. There were no problems with the PSA-15 MOE, but it was time to experiment with a few enhancements.
All in all, this was an easy build, and I ended up with a very unique rifle with a lot of better/custom parts than if I bought one pre-built. You can do it.
You have to hand it to Century International Arms. They started out as an importer of surplus firearms and ammunition and back in the 1980s and 1990s they were the king of the hill in that regard.