The 1911 is among the most recognizable pistol designs in the world, but the semiautomatic was not born overnight. In fact, the iconic firearm was a long, though worthwhile, effort to come up with a top-notch military sidearm.
Running in conjunction with the SHOT Show, Morphy's upcoming gun auction has some real gems.
Nothing is as bitter as lost opportunities when it comes to buying that special find.
The curator of the Cody Firearms Museum gives a concise, yet detailed overview of the Winchester rifle found in the Nevada desert earlier this year.
“I think,” says the author, “I've seen more game killed with fewer shots from this modest little cartridge than any other.” Here's the why and how, all of which may well explain the current spate of interest in the 7X57.
The Ruger No. 1 is a versatile and handy rifle chambered in just about anything you need to take game on this—or any other—continent.
Historic pieces, including Kennedy’s M1 Garand and a Heinrich Himmler presentation Walther PP highlighted Rock Island Auction Company’s September 2015 gun auction.
The remarkable results of six decades in the marketplace prompt Gun Digest to present here, in color, 10 great guns of Bill Ruger.
From sixguns to bolt-guns, you can't go wrong by starting a Ruger collection. Here are some tips for getting started.