Guns of the Old West Spring 2021
Tactical Life August/September 2018
Timothy Murphy: Is the Revolutionary War Sniper’s Shot the Best Ever?
Trench Fighter: The M1917 Enfield Served US Troops in WWI, WWII
While sometimes overlooked when considering important US military rifles, the significance of the M1917 Enfield should not be forgotten.
AK-47 & Soviet Weapons
Polish Tantal: Remembering FB Radom’s Interesting AK-74 Variant
Looking back at the Polish Tantal wz.88, a highly capable AK-74 variant whose service life was cut short due to political realities at the end of the Cold War.
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Guns of the Old West
The EMF 1858 Buffalo Bill Commemorative Shoots as Good as It Looks
Taking out the EMF 1858 Buffalo Bill Commemorative—a Pietta-made Remington Model 1858 replica to commemorate Buffalo Bill—for a test out on the range.
New: The Auto-Ordnance Vengeance Custom WWII M1 Carbine
The Auto-Ordnance Vengeance is a custom engraved carbine designed to honor the M1 carbine's vital role during the Second World War.
Military Surplus 2017
Mapping the Course of Canada’s Inglis Hi-Power Pistols
Looking back at the Inglis Hi-Power, a Canadian version of Browning's legendary World War II-era gun that still holds up to this day.
VIDEO: Kalashnikov Compares the Soviet PPSh & German MP40 SMGs
Kalashnikov Concern provides an 'objective' review of two legendary WWII-era submachine guns: the Soviet PPSh and German MP40.
AK-47 & Soviet Weapons 2018
15 Russian Submachine Guns Used From the Soviet Union to Today
Charging the fascinating history of Russian submachine guns since the beginning of the Soviet Union and stretching all the way to today.
Military Surplus 2018
Israeli K98: How the Jewish State Acquired German Rifles After WWII
A look back at how the (then) fledgling state of Israel came into possession of German-made K98 rifles after the Second World War.
Guns of the Old West
A Look at 2 Colt Model 1861 Revolvers Owned By Colonel Custer
A hands-on look at two Colt Model 1861 revolvers owned, and possibly used by, the ill-fated Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer.