Five Guns We Can't Wait to Shoot at SHOT Show!
SHOT Show has plenty to offer, but ultimately the first thing the NRA Editors look for is the same thing you'd want to see yourself—the new hardware. It all starts on Monday, Jan. 16 with the annual Media Day at the Range.
A New .45
A couple of years ago, the Louisiana-based firearms distributor Lipsey’s put together a contract with Ruger to produce a Blackhawk Flattop .44 Special revolver. Seems they took notice that quite a few original Flattops in .357 Mag. were making their way to custom revolversmiths to be converted into the better caliber.
Colt New Frontier Review
Colt's New Frontier is a well-made handgun that will serve nicely as a small- to medium-game firearm for the traditional handgun hunter.
I sat down to my reloading bench this morning to put together some .45 Colt ammo for my new Ruger Flattop. It got me to thinking: The .45 Colt just might be the best—or at least the most versatile—handgun cartridge of all time. Of course, that only holds true if you consider the role of a handgun in its traditional sense—a reactive tool for stopping threatening or edible creatures at close range.
A Very Rare Colt
On April 26, 1877 a Single Action Army revolver, serial number 36xxx was shipped from the Colt factory in Hartford, Conn. to the Colt Patent Fire-Arms Mfg. Co., London Agency, London, England.
Machine Guns of World War I
The famous Colt "Potato Digger" machine gun is on display in the collectors' aisles.
Colt Hosting AR901-16S Holiday Giveaway
Colt's Manufacturing Company is hosting a special holiday giveaway featuring its AR901-16S.
8 Guns That Cost More Than a Car
A check for $40,000 will buy a pretty nice car and in some places even a house. At the Safari Club International (SCI) Convention, it will get you a double rifle—but only if you’re not willing to pay for one with a six-digit price tag.