World War I Era

World War I Era

The Great War ushered in a new wave of innovations in firearms. From the advent of belt-fed machine-guns, self-loading pistols with magazines and long range bolt action rifles they set the stage for another worldwide conflict to follow. Trench warfare was gritty tough and conventional warfare during the period and the firearms used during battles reflected these circum-stances. Highly collectible and becoming more rare to own as more time passes, these firearms are a great addition to any collector’s arsenal.

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Featured Gun: French MAS Model 1873 Revolver For Sale!

The Franco-Prussian War made it evident for the French Military that it had a need to update military equipment for its soldiers deployed to fight in war. One of the first updates adopted by the French army for its military arsenal came in the form of its centerfire, double-action revolver, the model 1873. Manufactured by […]
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