Vintage gun history articles columns blogs advice from Gun Digest book and gun history columnists including Dan Shideler.
A rare semiautomatic shotgun proves to be interesting and elusive.
We at F+W Media and Gun Digest are saddened to announce that our friend and colleague, Dan Shideler, a senior editor in the Firearms/Knives Group, passed away Sunday, April 3.
Phillip Peterson reports on the history and performance of three unique semi-auto sub guns.
Another hero finds peace.
For the past three days I have visited with members of the Blackhawk! staff at their headquarters in Norfolk, VA. You know about Blackhawk!, the ma
The N-Frame Smith & Wesson revolver is available in configurations to suit just about every possible use. But at the end of the day, these big bore sixguns haven’t changed that much since their introduction. That’s true for one reason: They work.
Human beings only have two ways to deal with one another: reason and force. If you want me to do something for you, you have a choice of either
Nick Niles answers a reader question about Stevens double gun patent stamping found on various models.
Page 2: The able Contributing Editors of Gun Digest will perhaps forgive me if I take a moment and comment on just a few guns and gadgets that tripped my personal trigger during the past year.
The able Contributing Editors of Gun Digest will perhaps forgive me if I take a moment and comment on just a few guns and gadgets that tripped my personal trigger during the past year. Some of these are doubtless discussed elsewhere in this volume, but what can I say? I was here first.