M1 Treasure Hunt
I’d say about 90 percent,” said Frank Bihn, an armorer at the CMP North Store located in Camp Perry, Ohio. While spending a day at the shop perusing the racks…
The Great War saw the end of gentlemanly combat where armies faced off with one another and signaled the death rattle of cavalry charges. It would usher in the era…
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Swedish Lahti 9mm Pistol | Combat Pistol
The Swedish Lahti 9mm is Sweden’s intriguing adaptation of the classic 9x19 Finnish combat pistol!
Astra 7.63mm Model 900—The Older Broomhandle
I have to admit a certain prejudice for “Broomhandles.” I have been collecting them for more than 30 years, and no matter what the model variation (and there are many),…
RSC M1917: The Great War’s Garand
I have to admit that, over the years, I get rather tired of hearing others constantly denigrate both the courage of French soldiers and the quality and design of French…
Soviet Nagant Revolver | Mosin Nagant Revolver
Mosin Nagant developed the fascinating Russian “gas seal” 7.62x38R M1895 combat service revolver!
Gewehr 43: Germany’s Garand
The Gewehr 43 (Rifle 43) is a prized collectible whose value is continuously on the rise. Less well known than the K98, or even the MP44, the G43 was built…
Chinese Type 56 7.62x39mm
When it comes to 20th century Soviet-era small arms, the 7.62x39mm AK-47 may be the weapon that first comes to mind. But the classic Samozaryadnyi Karabin Sistemi Simonova (known to…
.22 Short Magazine Lee-Enfield
Whenever I see one of these rifles, I am reminded of that stereotypical British sergeant major portrayed countless times on the silver screen: tough, rugged, maybe just a bit ugly,…