The Martini Rifle

When the British Empire was at its height and most powerful. This Rifle was the solid backbone of the Empire. Especially when as Kipling said so well. “The Natives are restless and the Regiment Marches”. Now I have a couple of these relics from the past in ye old gun safe. So here is what … Continue reading “The Martini Rifle”

SMITH & WESSON INC MOD.1903 HAND EJECTOR 3.25 INCH BARREL .32 S&W Long

Smith & Wesson Model 30 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Smith & Wesson Model 30 Type Revolver Place of origin United States Production history Manufacturer Smith & Wesson Produced 1903-1976 Specifications Length 8 inches (200 mm) with 4 in (100 mm) barrel Barrel length 2 inches (51 mm) 3 inches (76 mm) 4 inches (100 mm) 6 inches (150 mm) Cartridge .32 Long .32 S&W … Continue reading “SMITH & WESSON INC MOD.1903 HAND EJECTOR 3.25 INCH BARREL .32 S&W Long”

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What’s So Special About the 3-Screw Ruger Blackhawk?

Posted on September 17, 2013  by info@sportsmansvintagepress.com   If you happen to stumble onto an online forum for Ruger firearms or single action revolvers you may find that the term “3-screw Blackhawk” appears quite frequently.  You may also notice that some people have a certain esteem for the 3-screw Ruger Blackhawk over other Blackhawks and will go … Continue reading “What’s So Special About the 3-Screw Ruger Blackhawk?”