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When a gun has been in production for more than 100 years like the SA-22, labeling its design as a ‘success’ is a massive understatement.
A thing of beauty, Turnbull's custom ROCS Mark IV is set to turn heads on and off the range.
Watch a master at work! Turnbull's Tom McArdle freehand engraves an antique Winchester. How steady are your nerves?
There are great deals on vintage shotguns for those willing to shop, but you better ask the right question before putting cold, hard cash on the table.
There were a number of great American double-barrel shotguns from the late 19th and early 20th centuries that remain highly collectible and fine shooters.
The Colt Python is widely considered to be one of the best revolvers ever made, it’s also among the most collectible.
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.
KRISS USA has launched a new division — Edelweiss Arms — focused on importing and selling C&R and antique firearms from Switzerland. What to know about Edelweiss Arms: Launched by KRISS USA on March 1 Specializes in the import and...
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.

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