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In the 1950s, Ruger introduced the venerable Blackhawk revolver, which remains both a desirable collector piece and a popular current-production gun.
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.
The Turnbull Ruger Mark IV leaves a unique mark on the iconic rimfire pistol.
ROBAR Guns helps to revive and revitalize a standard surplus Browning Hi-Power, and the result is a beautiful, functional pistol.
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.
Here are eight of the long guns that played a role in making the American Civil War the bloodiest conflict in our country's history.
Smith & Wesson’s classic .357 Magnum is a stunning piece with an intriguing history, and it’s still a very popular item with collectors.
The Ruger No. 1 rifle is a classic single shot that has stood the test of time and continues to produce respectable accuracy.

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