The very Rare , EXPENSIVE but worth every penny! The Colt New Service in caliber 44-40 with a 7 1/2″ Barrel

One of the best Guns that Colt put out during the first half of the 20th Century. Period!   Guns like these come around for sale only once in a very long time! Also usually now a days.  The very rich Collectors of fine guns snatch them up. Before the average Joe get a chance … Continue reading “The very Rare , EXPENSIVE but worth every penny! The Colt New Service in caliber 44-40 with a 7 1/2″ Barrel”

Short and Stout: Remington 870 SBS

By Chris Baker Mar, 24, 2016   Some of you have noticed the Remington 870 SBS (short-barreled shotgun) that’s made some appearances in our defensive shotgun series over the last few weeks. Honestly, the shotgun isn’t all that remarkable aside from the NFA-length barrel. Internally, it’s just like the millions of other 870s out there, and I’ve equipped it with … Continue reading “Short and Stout: Remington 870 SBS”

From H&H

THE ‘BOLT ACTION’ MAGAZINE RIFLE QUINTESSENTIALLY THE CLASSIC BRITISH MAGAZINE RIFLE Adventurers and professionals have relied on this classic British magazine rifle since the early twentieth century. It set the standard across the Empire for handling, reliability and practicality. Holland & Holland have been building it since the end of World War One. The modified Mauser ’98 action … Continue reading “From H&H”