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.
Here are five classic European bolt-action rifles that are definitely worth owning and will more than get you on target.
Boasting one of the most reliable designs, capable of shooting some of the most powerful handgun cartridges, and deadly accurate, the revolver just plain delivers.
Heckler & Koch's P7 series of pistols are truly unique, not only due to their delayed-blowback system, but also due to its peculiar squeeze-grip cocking mechanism.
The development of the semi-auto pistol has been marked with some icons that stir the imagination of any true firearms nut. Here are six of these absolute classics.
A design truly ahead of its time, the Savage 99 is deadly on deer, and it can command quite a bit of value on the open market.
Filling a certain role, and doing it well, military weapons can have long lifespans. How long can be astonishing, as these service rifles prove.