In the shadow of the Black Friday shopping weekend, the gun auction scene was red hot as Rock Island Auction Company’s December 2014 Premiere Firearms Auction saw collectible firearms selling like flat screen TVs.
Like most companies, 20-gauge shotguns were late additions to Browning's catalog. But, the wait was worth it, with two of the iconic manufacturer's most popular models being produced in the lighter bore.
Hunters, settlers and soldiers boosted their reach and firepower with metallic cartridges and Sharps rifles. And while the design is more than 150-years-old, it's still is holding its own.
When it comes to firearms collecting, military arms are hot, but few come close to the firearms documented in this video. The German rifles show here are extremely rare and, in turn, boarder on being priceless.
Wow, some real beauties here! Check out the 5 rare firearms going up for auction in Rock Island Auction Company's final premier event of 2014.
Typically, very old, rare firearms draw top dollar at auction. But at one Ohio auction house, guns of a more recent vintage have been raking in the bids.
RIA continued an impressive run through 2014 with its most recent firearms auction. The event drew top prices for military hardware, especially ones of German origin.
There are plenty of ways to augment a Glock collection without having to make room in a gun safe. One of the coolest is hunting down the first American review of the company's iconic Glock 17.
Rock Island Auction Company has enjoyed a profitable year, something that continued on through its July event. The company staged the largest auction in its history, which turned out to be the third-most profitable.