Bob Ball reviews one of the most treasured names in the history of firearms: the Mauser.
With the current political environment leaving manufacturers of modern tactical rifles buried in upwards of six month or greater backorders, gun owners looking for battle-ready weapons would be wise to consider the proven classic tacticals like the Springfield 1903 or M1 Garand.
Here is a sample chapter from the Standard Catalog of Luger.
This AR-15 should cost a lot more than $1690. Here's a quick look at a custom AR-15 priced well that doesn't skimp on quality.
The M-1 Carbine Paratrooper Model is back. This .30 caliber rifle with a walnut stock and folding buttstock is as true a reproduction of the original as can be made.
Is the AR-15 somehow beyond the pale of legitimate, serious gun collecting? I used to think so, but I've changed my mind. Let's examine why some otherwise well-balanced gun collectors don't pursue the AR-15.
Bob Ball discusses the pistols of Mauser.
Few people know as much about the venerable Mauser as Bob Ball. If you love these german rifles, or are considering buying one, this Q&A is for you.
A report and photos from Camp Perry 2008!