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
When one thinks about a pocket knife, the common thoughts about it are its lightweight, useful during recreational activities, a helpful tool for many jobs and can even be implemented during self defense as a slashing weapon. However, not often do we associate a knife with the capability to shoot ... Read more
Introduced in 1955, The Colt Python was Colt’s top-of-the-line revolver. It was originally intended to be a large frame, double-action revolver. Almost immediately the Python gained a reputation as the premium American revolver.
It is built on a .41 caliber size frame for extra durability. Like all Colt revolvers, the cylinder ... Read more
During the first World War, many U.S. civilian arms companies including Colt and Remington were producing M1911 pistols under contract for the U.S. Army, but even with the additional production there was a shortage of sidearms to issue. The interim solution was to ask Colt and Smith & Wesson, the ... Read more
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