Vintage WWII Japanese firearms just keep on growing in popularity and price.
Modern sporting rifles and tried and true bolt-actions moving fast with Texas hunters at new retailer.
Since its introduction earlier this year, one Wisconsin retailer can’t keep the Glock’s new single-stack 9mm on his shelves.
Tighter supplies of M1 Garands at a Wyoming auction house has meant higher prices and more fakes!
For a Palmetto State retailer, handguns have been hot. But the business is also seeing turkey guns and entry-level AR-15s fly off the shelves.
True-to-life digital targets are spurring interest among shooters in enhanced optics for their handguns.
At a recent auction a Remington M40 drew top dollar in part due to the movie “American Sniper” helping drive interest in that style of rifle.
Classic guns, and some oddballs, have drawn top dollar at a respected auction house.
When Walthers and Mausers of WWII vintage have crossed the block for one German auctioneer, they have move quickly and for top dollar.