A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that still holds value to collectors.
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These were the smoke wagons, street howitzers and repeaters that tamed the American West.
Ruger’s fantastic No. 1 single-shot rifle has been a favorite among hunters and shooters since its introduction in the 1960s.
Built like a Sherman tank, accurate to 1,000 yards and affordably priced on the surplus market, the battle-worn M1 Garand might be the most overlooked survival gun to be had.
Colt’s classic 1911 still remains America’s favorite handgun, and there are a host of different models that draw in premiums on the collector’s market.
Browning was one of the most prolific firearms designers in history, producing a number of great guns in his career. Here are nine of his “best.”
There are few things as accurate, useful and fun as a great rimfire handgun.
Winchester’s Model 65 was produced for a relatively short time, but it was a big hit with lever-action fans.
John M. Browning is perhaps most widely known for his sporting arms and handguns, but the firearms design genius churned out his fair share of wicked machine guns.
Our annual review of the finest examples of beauty and artistry in the world of the custom gun.
A survivor of 80 years on the shotgun scene, the Model 37 remains a dependable and classic option for hunters and sporting shooters.
Nothing puts low-down varmints in their place or meat on the table with more style than the All-American lever-action rifle.
As a popularity leader in both the law enforcement and civilian circles, the Model 1903 dominated the early 20th century.
The Model 8, and later the Model 81 Woodsmaster, was a classic John Browning designed semi-auto, and one of the earliest to see real success.
The Spanish-American War was among our country's briefest conflicts, yet it marked the introduction of a number of important advancements when it comes to firearms designs.