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What Will Be Your Firearms Legacy?

“What do I do with these guns?” Kay Stedman asked herself after her husband, Cress,...

Daisy Red Ryder Releases 80th Anniversary Commemorative BB Gun

The 80th anniversary edition features engraving on the forearm and a commemorative medallion on the...

This Gun Was at the First Thanksgiving

Few are taught, however, that a tangible link to that first Thanksgiving—a gun to be...

The World’s First Concealed Handgun

The wheellock represents a major first in technology—and became the world’s first banned pistol.

Historic Little Big Horn Rifle Helps Auction Reach $8 Million in Sales

Over $8 million in revenue was generated from the recent auction of many historic firearms,...

Revolving Automatically

While semi-automatic pistols are in common use throughout the world today, the semi-automatic revolver is...

Deringer In The West

Henry Deringer of Philadelphia was already well known for his rifles and larger handguns when...

A Lot Of Locks

When a museum gets a bequest, sometimes the gift winds up being much more extensive...

Mauser Model 1878 “Zig-Zag”

Peter Paul and Wilhelm Mauser wanted to create a revolver that would really stand out...

The Gipper's Gun

A .45-cal. recreation of a classic American flintlock long rifle with a 42-inch barrel is...

Smallest of the Small

Aside from being the smallest semi-automatic pistol ever made, the diminutive Kolibri also claimed the...

A Semi-Automatic Handgun Recovered From Ground Zero on Display

New York Police Sgt. John D’Allara was one of the first responders at the World...

A Pair of Remington Rolling Block Pistols

These gold-washed and silver-plated pistols feature fine New York engraving in the style of L.D....

DeWalle Freres Shotgun Offers Double the Fun

A double-barreled shotgun usually offers just two charges, but this unusual Belgian-proof DeWalle Freres superimposed...

Cut-Rate Cochran

As New York City resident John W. Cochran designed horizontal percussion turret rifles employing radial...

Winchester in Silver

Winchester’s first repeater marked with the company name was the Model 1866, a lever-action that...

Remington Dream .45 on Display

The year was 1917, and in Ilion, N.Y., there was rejoicing. A detailed arms trial...

The Rifle That Dropped Jaws

In 1975, the film “Jaws” electrified audiences across the country.

A Squeezer From Minneapolis?

Designed to be the size of a pocket watch, the diminutive Minneapolis Palm Pistol was...

Quattro Canne

This deluxe four-barreled Abbiatico & Salvinelli .410 shotgun is one of the more unusual smoothbores...
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