Finding a firearm made in North Korea outside of the isolated communist nation is uncommon. The country does not export weapons or much else for that matter. To find one outside North Korea available for sale and information about how it was produced is challenging for any researcher. However, D4 ... Read more
In the world of fine double barrel shotguns, Parker Bros. carries the reputation as being one of the finest American made vintage shotguns ever produced. With a plethora of special grades, models and calibers, there was a shotgun for the different needs of an array of shooters from hunters ... Read more
With 2020’s enormous and most destructive wildfire season ever recorded , paying a tribute to those hard working firefighters battling these infernos is expected during these trying and uncertain times. For firearms fanatics who wish to pay tribute to them, look no further than the Henry Golden Boy Firefighter Tribute ... Read more
The Champions of Liberty Colt Government Model 1911 .45 pistol is a truly elegant handgun that is extremely rare. Handsomely decorated in 24-karat gold and genuine wood grips adds another level of sophistication to this classic Colt 1911 pistol that would make any 1911 fanatic salivate.
Only 500 of these tribute ... Read more
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
The Menacing Desert Eagle
The powerful, aggressive and intimidating Desert Eagle is hailed as one of the most powerful magazine fed semi-automatic commercial handguns on the market. It was designed by Bernard C. White and developed at Magnum Research in 1983 and refined by the manufacturer in 1985. The pistol uses ... Read more
The Allure of the Legendary Colt Python
The legendary double-action, which originally debuted in 1955, is making a comeback. After years of research and development, Colt recently unveiled a refined and upgraded Colt Python revolver that will be available in 2020.
Just in time for Colt’s announcement to revive the coveted Python ... Read more
What Makes This Nighthawk Custom GRP Recon So Desirable?
First and foremost, each Nighthawk pistol is built from start to finish by a single gunsmith and comes from a labor of love. Once a pistol is built by their gunsmiths, they test fires each pistol to ensure that it exceeds both ... Read more
What Makes The Colt M1991A1 Tiger Edition So Rare?
In a world were tons of manufacturers are churning out a version of the iconic 1911 pistol, only a mere 200 Colt M1991A1 Tiger editions were produced.
This top of the line, limited edition pistol was produced with gold engravings on the on ... Read more
1906 DWM American Eagle Luger: A Brief History
D4 Guns once again is proud to highlight a highly coveted firearm for collectors who can’t get enough vintage Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken firearms
This DWM American Eagle Luger was commercially sold and is the model of 1900 that includes a grip safety, “Trench ... Read more
Talo Edition Colt 1911 Diamond Grade – 1 of 350
Here at D4 Guns, we are proud to showcase a rare model 1911 pistol that will be the centerpiece for any gun collector’s inventory.
In conjunction with TALO distributors, Colt produced an extremely limited run of 1911’s in 2006. This extremely rare ... Read more
What Makes the EAA Witness Stock III Xtreme Special?
Tanfoglio’s Witness Stock III Xtreme is a new series of custom Witness pistols currently in use by many of the winning competition shooters worldwide.
Every Witness Xtreme pistol is hand-tuned by the Master Gunsmiths from Tanfoglio’s Custom Shop in Italy and coated with ... Read more
What Makes the Ruger Gunsite Scout Special?
It’s uncommon to have a Picatinny rail that has the capacity to mount an optical sight forward of the receiver / bolt, and this rifle is a fantastic example of what the feature looks like done well.
The rifle includes a soft, rubber recoil pad with ... Read more
What Makes the Magnum Research Desert Eagle Special?
When there’s a burglar at your neighbor’s house. Across the street. Behind a couple walls and the big screen. It’s time to pull out the Desert Eagle.
When it comes to power in a semiautomatic handgun, put your trust in the Desert Eagle. The ... Read more
Is anybody else getting excited for the release of John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum? In case you’ve been living under a rock, the John Wick series has been delivering maximum carnage to audiences worldwide since 2014. We at D4 Guns have 20+ firearms in stock that match or are ... Read more
What Makes the Barrett MRAD Special?
Barrett Firearms Mfg. designed the MRAD for precision and modularity. The model name is an acronym for “Multi-Role Adaptive Design”.
The upper receiver features 7000-series aluminum and an M1913 Picatinny top rail with taper. This bolt-action sniper rifle maintains precision while granting the operator serious effective ... Read more
What Makes the Glock 19 Gen 4 with Cerakote Finish Special?
Just when you thought the GLOCK 19 pistol couldn’t get any better, the esteemed classic gets elevated with a deep breath of ‘Merica. Patriotic or not, the new battleworn American flag Cerakote design makes this Glock 19 stand out from ... Read more
What Makes the FN Herstal PS90 Special?
The FN PS90®’s civilian-legal, 16.04″ cold hammer-forged MIL-SPEC barrel is equipped with an integrated muzzle brake to reduce recoil.
Dual magazine latches, cocking handles and an innovative synthetic thumbhole stock with a molded-in sling attachment point help make the FN PS90® fully ambidextrous.
Famed ... Read more
What Makes The Ruger No. 1 Special?
The No. 1 uses a completely modern but classic-looking Farquharson-style hammerless, falling-block action. This action has exceptional strength.
The Ruger No. 1 chambered in .300 Weatherby Magnum is a fine choice for elk hunting and other big game.
Famed gun reviewer, Hickock45, had this to ... Read more
What Makes The National Postal Meter M1 Carbine Special?
The M1 Carbine was the most widely produced weapon of WWII. Ten companies, some not even originally in the firearms manufacturing industry, went on to produce more than six million of these guns in just a few years.
Support troops working away from ... Read more
What Makes The Smith & Wesson Engraved 1911 Special?
Precision. Accuracy. Performance. With a remarkable selection of SW1911’s, Smith & Wesson continues its tradition of innovation and its commitment to bringing shooters the finest quality high performance firearms.
Machine scroll engraving makes this one a show piece.
The “E” engraved in the ... Read more
What Makes The Henry Firefighter Tribute Special?
The Firefighter Tribute Edition is an American-made gun of high quality that features some very attractive styling. The butt is recessed and capped with brass.
The fire engine is carved into the wood and then painted for a lasting finish.
The engraving was cut by hand-engraver, ... Read more
What Makes The Colt Series 70 Mark IV Gold Cup National Match Special?
Many consider the Gold Cup National Match the best shooting semi-automatic pistol in the world. The very first Gold Cup pistol came out at the tail end of the 1950’s. Colt’s idea was to create a competition pistol ... Read more
What Makes The Colt King Cobra Special?
Colt originally manufactured these in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The medium-frame, double-action revolver features a six-round cylinder. The original model was largely marketed to law enforcement officers. After the initial production run, civilian enthusiasts grew to love the model.
This model features the ... Read more
What Makes The 1918 Artillery Luger P-08 Special?
Many know this iconic gun as the Luger. Luger refers to the original designer, Georg Luger. The gun is also known as the Lange Pistole 08, LP 08 and the Artillery Luger.
Some assume that the 9mm cartridge is a modern phenomenon, but history ... Read more