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Firearms Designer Spotlight: Fedor Tokarev

By James Martineau,

The interwar period in the Soviet Union saw the rapid modernization of the Soviet military’s small arms. The Nagant 1895 and the Mosin-Nagant M91/30 were quickly becoming obsolete as military firearms. A new rifle and sidearm were necessary to bring the Red Army in line with its European ... Read more

A Few Notes on Classic Hammer Fired Wonder Nines

By James Martineau,

Wonder nines are pistols that have defined the modern handgun. The evolution of the standard police firearm from the revolver to the double stack 9mm was largely due to the success of wonder nines developed in the 1970s. The ability to quickly load 15 rounds in detachable mags while ... Read more

Is that an M14? A Historical Overview of the BM59

By James Martineau,

In the 1950s the debate over the caliber that should be used in NATO was settled with the selection of the 7.62x51mm round. Italy, eager to catch up with other NATO nations, developed the BM59, a worthy battle rifle of the Cold War era. This rifle began production ... Read more

Featured Rifle: Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 NRA Limited edition commemorative from “Quigley Down Under” Up for Sale!!!

Mathew Quigley, the main character from the movie “Quigley Down Under,” is an American frontiersmen who travels down to Australia to apply his skills as a sharpshooter to accept a job from a wealthy rancher. Quigley’s rifle of choice was the Shiloh Sharps Model 1874, firing 45 caliber 110 grain ... Read more

A Historical Overview of CZ Handguns During the Cold War Era

By James Martineau,

With the fall of the Third Reich in 1945, Czechoslovakia found itself under the influence of the Soviet Union. The Czech state firearms manufacture, Česká Zbrojovka (CZ) found itself being regulated by the Soviet Union. Much like the standardization of rounds in NATO, the Soviet Union standardized its ... Read more

Civilian Versions of Romanian AKM Rifles

By James Martinreau,

With the introduction of the Type 4 AKM receiver, the Soviet Union required its satellite states to produce their own variants of the AKM. In response, Cugir Arms Factory of Romania designed the PM model 63/65. This rifle continues to serve in the Romanian military after decades of ... Read more

Selling a Gun on Consignment? Look no Further!

We here D4Guns believe in providing the best customer service and referring our customers to top-notch, industry leading resources when it comes to firearms. With that in mind, we have some exciting news for those who are looking to consign high-value, investment grade firearms.

For those who have a ... Read more

The Thompson Sub-Machine gun

The Thompson Sub-Machine gun AKA the Tommy Gun, is synonymous as an iconic American piece of weaponry that was romanticized by the roaring twenties outlaws, G-Men and the American soldiers that led the United States to victory in World War II. Outright, it is one of the most recognizable firearms ... Read more

The Heckler & Koch 93 (HK93)

The HK 93 is a semi-automatic version of the Heckler & Koch 33 based off the G3 rifle. It utilizes World War II technology with the Roller Locking System and stamped receiver. It also has a fluted chamber to add to the rifle’s reliability.

In the mid to late 1960s, H&K ... Read more

The Scottish Murdoch Flintlock Pistol

 

On a spring day in 1775 the first shot of the American Revolutionary War was fired at the Battle of Lexington. On that day, a rugged yet beautiful weapon was engaged in that first battle to mark a

turning point that would alter the course of history forever. Historians believe that ... Read more

D4 Gun Giveaway Reflects the Sign of the Times

Does all this COVID-19 negativity got you down? Are your local stores sold out of firearms, disinfectant and toilet paper? Not to worry, D4 Guns has an answer! In this month’s gun giveaway, D4 Guns is putting together the perfect preparedness kit for this month’s giveaway to loyal customers which will ... Read more

The Unique Webley–Fosbery Automatic Revolver

 

The Unique Webley–Fosbery Automatic Revolver

Designed by British Col. George Vincent Fosbery and developed by the Webley & Scott Revolver and Arms Co. in 1900, the Webley–Fosbery Automatic Revolver is a recoil-operated revolver.

How it Works

When fired, the grip stays in place while the barrel and cylinder assembly slides back. During the ... Read more

The Winchester Model 21: An American Icon

 

The Winchester Model 21 was introduced in 1930, right after the stock market crash of October 1929, which began the Great Depression. So, it is obvious to say the timing of the launch of the shotgun presented a challenge in the consumer market.

However, it has been said that the Model ... Read more