Classic guns, and some oddballs, have drawn top dollar at a respected auction house.
As the world’s oldest gun makers, Beretta has planted plenty of milestones. And it has set another this year as it celebrates its 100th year of producing semi-automatic pistols.
When Walthers and Mausers of WWII vintage have crossed the block for one German auctioneer, they have move quickly and for top dollar.
Colt revolvers have always had a strong following among collectors and continue to be a sure bet for one online auction house.
If you’re shooting for a bit more range out of an AK-style weapon, Arsenal might have reintroduced the rifle for you.
From 20th Century battle rifles to ornate cap-and-ball revolvers, Rock Island Auction Company’s latest event had something for every stripe of collector.
An amendment to the NDAA might make old U.S. Army side arms available to citizens, through the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
FNH’s M249S gives everyday shooters the opportunity to own a semiautomatic version of the iconic belt-fed military firearm.
The national ammo shortage might have slowed the sales of contemporary rimfires, but the collectable variety are demanding top dollar at one auction house.