Wyatt Earp on Gunfighting interview… One of his most famous quotes is “Fast is fine, But accuracy is final. You must learn to be slow in a hurry.”
Rest your eyes on these awesome vintage shotgun advertisements of the past. They’ll make you want to round up the dogs and hit the fields.
Political correctness is certainly not the name of the game in these classic pieces of gun marketing. It was just plain old fashion advertising.
What gun laid the design groundwork for the 1911 or Smith&Wesson? What about the Winchester 70? Find out here.
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All but one of the top six longest sniper shots in history have taken place in this century. Check out
Few firearms have earned the mystique that the Thompson submachine gun has enjoyed for nearly a century. The long association
STORY AND PHOTOS BY ROB REED he “Ruby” pistol is the result of France’s desperate need for arms in the
The deadly fight between Somali pirates and a Private security guard on board a cargo ship, when pirates were trying
The M1 gun, also called the Mark 1 Mod 0 Underwater Defense Gun, is a firearm developed for underwater use
STORY AND PHOTOS BY MIKE NESBITT hristian Sharps already had some limited experience with breechloaders when he patented his fallingblock
Watch as Full Mag Youtuber fires a Finnish Lahti L-39 anti-tank gun at 16 1/4 inch steel plates spaced out
Allegedly, according to the wikipedia page, the Winchester Model 1897 was a favorite in the American Military. So much so
Behind these photos are forgotten stories of soldiers and events that most would not know about. The fact is every