After around 100 years of service with the Canadian Military, the Lee-Enfield is being sidelined. However, the venerable and battle-tested rifle looks being replaced with another bolt-action.
Rock Island Auction is shooting for the stars in 2015, with one of the company's largest events upcoming. Check out some of the rare and historic handguns and rifle that will be crossing the block.
One of the most famous smokeless powder military cartridges in history actually started out as a black-powder round. Here’s a look at the load and the revolutionary new repeating rifle that chambered it – the Lee-Metford.
In what can only be described as an amazing find, a Winchester Model 1873 was discovered leaning under a tree at Great Basin National Park.
Most guns are reactive products of their times, fulfilling a need that exists. But the Savage 99 was ahead of the curve, in both design and calibers. Moreover, it was invented by a man as remarkable as the rifle that bore his name.
Smith and Wesson has produced some of the world's most popular revolvers. For one retailer, this has meant vintage parts for the wheelguns have flown off the shelves.
Hornady is better known for manufacturing reloading supplies and ammunition. But the renowned company has recently taken a foray into gun making, producing a one-of-a-kind rifle now up for auction.
German arms, particularly Luger pistols, have been the hot ticket for an Iowa auction house. Not only have they moved quickly, but also drawn top bids.
Jim Clark was known as one of the best bull's eye shooters of his era. But he left his mark on the shooting world in another way, developing 1911 pistols that excelled in competition.