With incredible designs and functionality, early German bolt-actions are solid collector’s pieces that won’t break the bank.
The sweet 16 gauge shotgun is the most logical of all the gauges. Despite this fact, it has fallen from popular use. Terry Wieland explains why.
At what point does a gun stop having serious collector value, and become more valuable as a candidate for restoration? Follow a Winchester 1886 from the dusty confines of the past to a whole new life.