Vintage and Classic Firearms
Inside this GIANT 180 page Digital Edition:
Browning Hi-Power — JMB’s “Other” Pistol.
Resurrecting An Uzi — “The Mother Of All Handguns.”
Big Fifty — Our First 1/2-Inch Military Caliber.
Soviet PSH-41 — A Russian Military Icon.
RPK Squad — Automatic Weapon An Underappreciated Masterpiece.
Colt 1911 — A Legend And So Much More.
The Thompson — An American Icon.
Shooting Grandpa’s Broomhandle — Mauser C96.
Time Travel And Resurrecting The Dead — World War Supply Transports You.
VZ2008 (VZ58) — A Modern-Made Piece Of History.
STG44 — A Radical Rimfire Rendition.
SAS Combat Dagger — The Untold Story Of The UK-SFK.
A Hero Of WWII — The Mosin-Nagant M91/30.
Tang Sights — The “Sign Of A Serious Marksman.”
The French Berthier — The World’s Ugliest Battle Rifle.
Return Of The Old Favorite … Almost — Field Testing A .22 WRM Classic.
Smith & Wesson — N-Frames The Early Years.
Rugged Rugers — A Look Back At The Influence Of Ruger’s Rifles.
The Most Famous Rifle Of Texas! Recreating Colonel Crockett’s Rifle At The Battle Of The Alamo.
American Military Rifle Cartridges — The US Government Arsenals Created Our Most Enduring Rounds.
The Lepage Target Pistols — From An Elegent Era Of Paper-Punching.
Spain’s FR-8 — What’s A Country To Do With Its Old Bolt-Action Rifles?
Factory Letters — Some Surprises May Await You.
My Favorite Military Rifle — US Model 1903A3
Black Powder Cartridge Pistols — Capable Of Delivering Power, Precision And Reliability.
NAA Boot Guns — When First And Second Choices Aren’t Practical.
Peacemaker Specialists — Crafting Fighting SAA’s.
The Gun Show Blues — If It Sounds Too Good To Be True…
Should You Cast Bullets? — Yes. No. Well, Maybe…
Western Movies Live! Righteous Guns And Gear.
Military .22s — Lots Of Fun To Collect And Shoot.
The Paterson Colt Revolver — This 5-Shooter Kick-Started The 6-Shooter Era.
Surplus Training Ammo — 4,800 Fps With A 1903 Springfield!
Loading Paper-Patch Bullets — A Timeless Rx For Lead Fouling.
Bison Hunting — It’s Not What You Think.
The Foundlings — Which Sleeping Dogs Should Be Left To Lie?
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