Seeking ways to boost the local economy, officials in Crossville, Tennessee, decided to hold two events this summer at the local Cumberland County Community Complex: a music festival and a gun and knife show. The run-away winner was the gun and knife show.
These beautifully made pistols were the first of the original double-action blowback semi-automatic pistols. They had a successful commercial design with a high polished blue finish that was second to none.
We can be sure that Morris F. Smith was the only person who ever applied the terms “reliable” and “durable” to the infamous Standard Model G automatic rifle.
Rock Island Auction Company announces their premiere collector’s firearms auction to be held September 9, 10, & 11 at their new facility Rock Island, IL.
Largely forgotten nowadays, Forehand & Wadsworth was for a time one of the nation’s best-known manufacturers of small, concealable revolvers.
Despite little advertising and less fanfare, the makers of this unique, handsome and elegant double gun have sold nearly a half-million of them throughout the world. They must be doing something right!
With many varieties available, and a great history, the FN-49 is popular with modern gun collectors.
A rare semiautomatic shotgun proves to be interesting and elusive.
Popular with collectors around the world, the history of the Russian TT-33 is worth a closer look.