The Interesting History of Remington Revolvers From the 1850s-1870s
We look back at the history of Remington revolvers from the 1850s to the 1870s, and how the New York arms-maker was almost always chasing Colt.
Test-Firing 5 Colt Belly Guns to Measure Their Effectiveness
Five legendary Colt belly guns—in five different calibers—get a range workout to find out which was most accurate in a close encounter.
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Was This Lever-Action Shotgun Actually Used by Oliver Winchester?
Oliver Winchester's firearm collection is well-documented, but the guns that personally belonged to him are lacking — except for possibly this firearm.
Turnbull Model 1892: A Incredible Restoration of the Classic Winchester
It’d be hard to find a more authentic or better-looking Winchester lever gun than the high-grade deluxe edition known as the Turnbull Model 1892.
Porter Turret Rifle: The Most Interesting, Flawed Civil War Gun
Step back in time as we take a look at the interesting, but very flawed Porter turret rifle which saw limited use during the Civil War.
The Bowie Knife: Why This American Classic Still Has an Edge
Like the Kentucky rifle and the Colt revolver, the Bowie knife is truly an American classic. Here's why.
New Old West: The Wonderful Guns of ‘Westworld’
HBO’s hit sci-fi Western 'Westworld' wouldn’t be the same without its inventive arsenal of classic weapons with some modern guns mixed in.
Gun Review: Brass-Framed, Octagon-Barreled Henry 45-70 Lever-Action Rifle
The Henry 45-70, an octagonal-barreled lever-action, might just be one of the classiest .45-70 rifles out there — and now you can win it!
Annie Oakley’s 16-Gauge to be Sold at Auction
Annie Oakley’s 16-Gauge Parker Brothers shotgun may well bring more than $100,000, as part of Heritage Auctions’ Legends of the West Signature Auction.