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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.
Ruger has given throwback fans a pistol to pine for with the release of the new Mark IV Standard model.
Here are five classic European bolt-action rifles that are definitely worth owning and will more than get you on target.
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.

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