Guns of the Old West
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.
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.
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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.
Forensic Experts Analyze 1866 Great Plains Battles
Steve Norris, along with K.C. Ertman, a graduate student from Syracuse University, have volunteered to help ACR Consultants dentify which guns may have fired bullets that the archeological firm discovered…
150 Years Ago Today: The Battle of Gettysburg & Pickett’s Charge
"During the morning of July 3, the Confederate infantry were driven from their last toe-hold on Culp’s Hill. In the afternoon, after a preliminary artillery bombardment, Lee attacked the Union…
Gettysburg Reenactment Marks 150th Anniversary
Sweat soaking their wool uniforms, the Union and Confederate soldiers met near the stone wall to exchange handshakes, pleasantries and even a few jokes. On this warm, sticky Sunday afternoon,…
Traveling Collection Visits Wyoming
Here's another reason to put WY on your must see list. A National Treasure Trove of firearms is on loan from the Smithsonian. The Buffalo Bill center has been a…
BAT MASTERSON’S Colt SAA | Colt .45 LC Revolver
Pietta recreates one of the most famous .45 LC revolvers of the Old West!