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#SundayGunday: Uberti 1873 Single-Action Engraved Cattleman Revolver

Get a closer look at the Uberti 1873 Single-Action Engraved Cattleman revolver, the latest addition...

Davidson's Announces Trio of Pietta Exclusives

Davidson's has teamed with Pietta Italia to create three new Exclusive offerings—two single-action revolvers, and...

First Look: Phoenix Weaponry Sights & Red-Dot Sight Mounts for Lever Actions

Phoenix Weaponry has announced they are launching reproduction flip-up sights for 1873 Winchester Model No....

Head to Head: .444 Marlin vs. .45-70 Government

Both are cartridges are suitable for nearly any big-game animal, save the African dangerous heavyweights,...

Hardware: Colt Python

The new Python is a close copy of the original with the internal structural improvements...

An Ode to the Winchester Model 1886

The Model 1886 remains at the top of the heap of excellent lever-action rifles. Whether...

‘Straight-Shooting’ Advice

Iowa and other states are opening shotgun-only deer seasons to straight-walled cartridges like the .45-70...

Behind the Bullet: .348 Winchester

The .348 Winchester gives a good balance of striking energy and moderate recoil, and among...

GunBroker.com Announces Top Selling Firearms for August 2019

Ever wondered which firearms are the hottest tickets on the market? GunBroker.com routinely lifts the...

10 Things You Didn't Know About Winchester Repeating Arms

One of the most prominent early American firearm manufacturers, Winchester Repeating Arms has a footprint...

GunBroker.com Announces Top Selling Firearms for July 2019

Ever wondered which firearms are the hottest tickets on the market? GunBroker.com routinely lifts the...

History of the Hunting Rifle in America

The relationship that exists between hunting and firearms throughout history is in some ways more...

Behind the Bullet: .45-70 Government

The .45-70 Government represents an era of American firearm development that is most certainly romantic...