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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...
Get a look how Turnbull Restoration and Manufacturing breathes new life into a classic gun.
Buying or building a custom 1911 is exactly like buying a new puppy: Take your time, weigh your options and ask the right questions.
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.
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.
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.
John M. Browning’s last design before his passing, the Browning Superposed, is a fine over/under shotgun that holds a good deal of collector value.



Whether you’re a connoisseur of finely crafted firearms, a collector of military surplus rifles or a fan of classic firearms, we’ve got the scoop on what’s selling big at auctions, in-depth looks at timeless designs, and the latest on reproductions of legendary classics.