The FK Brno PSD fires the mean 7.5FK cartridge and can also shoot 9mm, 10mm, and 40S&W. A conversion kit gives the buyer an option for what package the gun will be configured with when ordered from the factory. The FK BRNO PSD is single-action-only pistol and sizable due to ... Read more
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The Smith & Wesson model 36, also known as the “Chief’s Special,” is one of the most distinctive revolvers to emerge from the 20th century. These easily concealable revolvers have distinct characteristics and are synonymous with both law enforcement and the hoods they pursued. These revolvers were designed with a ... Read more
The Colt 1860 Army revolver, also known as the Colt U.S. Cavalry revolver, was widely during the American Civil War. The revolver was 44 caliber and the cylinder could be removed for reloading, one of the first of its kind. The gun was known for its reliability and accuracy and ... Read more
Anyone who has played a first person shooter video game or watched an action movie in the last decade can easily recognize the FN P90. The gun is bullpup style firearm designated as a personal defense weapon chambered in 5.7×28mm. Created in response to NATO requests for a replacement for ... Read more
The Luger, one of the most recognizable handguns of the twentieth century, is well known for its wide use by German military forces during World War I and World War II. Often associated with the Nazi regime, it was the handgun of the Kaiser’s Soldaten before Hitler took power.
During the ... Read more
The BSA Enfield No. 4 MK 1 (T) bolt-action sniper rifle in .303 British is a classic British weapon that was developed by the Birmingham Small Arms (BSA) Company in the United Kingdom. The BSA Enfield No. 4 MK 1 (T) was developed during World War II as a replacement ... Read more
The Webley & Scott No.1 Mark I flare gun was designed for firing signal flares during World War I and in the early stages of World War II. It was widely used by various military and civilian organizations as a signaling device and later converted to launch tear gas munitions ... Read more
The Glock 17 is one of the most iconic and widely recognized pistols in the world. Introduced in 1982, Glock has produced more than 5 million model 17 pistols and is the standard among many law enforcement agencies in the United States. Though newer generations of the Glock 17 have ... Read more
The MBA GyroJet pistols are unique and one of the most unconventional firearms ever produced. The guns were developed in the 1960s by Robert Mainhardt and Art Biehl through their joint company MB Associates.
The GyroJet pistol fires small rockets or “microjets” that utilize rocket propulsion to fire its rounds rather ... Read more
The Manurhin MR73 series of revolvers was developed specifically for the requirements of the French Gendarmerie and special service units of the French Police and Military. With a history and tradition of fine gun making behind them, the Manurhin series of Revolvers is truly world-class.
The Manurhin MR73 is one of ... Read more
Early in 1862, Oliver Fisher Winchester began Winchester Repeating Arms Company and followed with a series of rifles like the 1866, 1873 and 1876. Then John Moses Browning came along with numerous other designs for Winchester which became legendary in their own right, like the Single Shot 1885, Model 86 ... Read more
During World War II, Imperial Japanese soldiers were armed with Arisaka bolt-action rifles. There were two types: Type 38 and Type 99. The Type 99 Arisaka was issued to soldiers as an improvement on the Type 38 with a larger round and other upgrades. The Type 99 is regarded as ... Read more
At the time of its invention more than 80 years ago, the PPK inspired an entirely new category in the firearm industry: the concealed carry pistol. To fill the need for performance in a concealable package, Walther revolutionized the industry with a pistol that was designed to bring undercover officers ... Read more
The American made AR-15 rifle is a pillar of the gun industry, it is one of the most popular rifles for consumers and lodged into American culture as a symbol of freedom and prestige. The AR-15 was developed in the late 1950s as a civilian weapon by Eugene Stoner. Revolutionary ... Read more
When Germany fell into economic depression after World War I, its military sought to replace the infamous, relatively fragile, and expensive to manufacture Luger with a more modern and easy to manufacture pistol. The German Military found its solution in what would eventually become the Walther P.38.
The P.38 was a ... Read more
The Sporting Purpose Automatic Shotgun, more commonly known as the SPAS-12, was introduced in 1979 by Franchi and ceased producing it in 1999. However, importation of the SPAS-12 into the United States ceased in 1994 under the Federal Assault Weapons ban because of the folding stock and semi-automatic capability.
Designed for ... Read more
The Heckler & Koch P7 is one of the most coveted and valued pistols within its inventory of legendary handguns. Billed as “the best combat pistol” on the market at the time, the P7 is no longer manufactured which has in turn lead its’ value to climb since its’ ... Read more
During the Colonial period of the British Empire of the late 19th century, the royal army was on a mission to replace its Snider–Enfield, a muzzle-loader rifle converted to the cartridge system, which was the standard rifle for its army at the time. A new design emerged called the Martini-Henry. ... Read more
When it comes to Colt’s Snake gun collection, many think of the the Python or Anaconda because of their caliber, size and heaviness. In most cases, when referring to Colt’s highly collectable Snake gun series, many scoff at the Viper. It was essentially, the”red-headed step-child” of the group. It was ... Read more
The German Luger, well known for its wide use by German military forces during World War I and World War II, is often associated with the Nazi regime. However, it was the handgun of the Kaiser’s Soldaten before Hitler took power. The Luger pistol was first manufactured in 1900 for ... Read more
ArmaLite produced a variety of cutting-edge firearms during the late 1950s and early 60s. Many are still in use to this day, including the military M-16, its M4 sibling currently fielded by American troops and the commercial AR-15.
However, in some ways, ArmaLite’s lesser-known AR-18/180 was ahead of its time. The ... Read more
The Gewehr 98, a German bolt-action rifle firing the powerful 7.92×57mm Mauser cartridge replaced the earlier Gewehr 1888 rifle as the standard German service rifle and was the main German infantry weapon of World War I. The Gewehr 98 was issued to the military by the Ottoman Empire and by ... Read more
In 2004, TALO produced two limited edition versions of the Colt Dragon. It’s updated Dragon model is based on Colt’s O2091, a full size government pistol in .38 Super caliber. Production was limited to 500 specially serialized units. MEX001-MEX500.
Extensive embellishment has been done to this special edition Talo Colt 1911 ... Read more
After the first World War, the FN Browning M1910 was updated with a longer barrel and grip and was introduced in 1922 during the interwar years. Enter the FN 1922, a design created by the legendary John Moses Browning. When introduced, it was viewed as a sleek and modern-looking pistol ... Read more
Thanks to its loyal following among target shooters, the AR-15 is a pillar of the gun industry, one of the most popular rifles for consumers and lodged into American culture. The AR-15 was developed in the late 1950s as a civilian weapon by Eugene Stoner. Revolutionary for its lightweight, easy ... Read more