Dr. Frankenstein, Gunsmith: The Reanimation Of A Rare .22 LR Pattern 14 Enfield
Ugly and heavy for a .22 LR hunting rifle, this modified Pattern 14 Enfield is a one-of-a-kind curiosity that warrants a closer look.
All About The Evans Repeating Rifle
The world’s first “high capacity magazine” rifle was a lever-action rifle that held 34 rounds and served in warfare in the late 1800s.
Savage’s Model 19 N.R.A. Match Rifle
With more than 100 years of history, this rifle is a testament to the NRA’s mission to support competitive shooting
Classic Doubles On The Clays Fields
Appreciate guns from a bygone era and yearn for the companionship of like-minded folks? You need a dose of classic side-by-side shotgun competition.
Classic Guns: Mossberg’s Model 183 Bolt-Action .410 Shotguns
Nostalgia for sale, $80. Mossberg’s Model 183 series bolt-action .410 shotguns saw nearly 40 years of manufacture. Today, these guns can be found at bargain prices on the used marketplace.
Astra Cadix: Not Quite A Smith & Wesson
Taking a deep dive on an old, but still serviceable shooter.
Theodore Roosevelt’s Top Guns
A Life Member of the National Rifle Association, regarding gun knowledge, he was the President with the most.
The Winchester Model 52
The Winchester Repeating Arms Model 52 was a bolt-action .22 cal. target rifle that shooters in the USA fell in love with, especially for competitive shooting