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The Life and Legacy of Samuel Colt: Innovations in the Factory to Legends in the Field

Image: Samuel ColtSamuel Colt, a name synonymous with innovation in the world of firearms, was not just an inventor; he was a visionary whose ingenuity shaped the landscape of American industry. Best known for founding The Colt Patent Fire-Arms Manufacturing Company,...

The History of Winchester’s Model 1892 Lever-Action Rifle

The Winchester Model 1892 lever-action rifle is a marvel of American ingenuity and craftsmanship. Designed by the legendary John Moses Browning, this firearm has etched its name into American history, capturing the imaginations of gun enthusiasts, Old West admirers and historians alike.

Quick Hit: Ruger Standard Model Pistol Design History

The Ruger Standard Model Pistol is a significant piece of firearms history, known for its influence on the market for affordable and reliable semi-automatic pistols. We've paid tribute to it with our own Mark IV model since 2016. Here’s our "Quick Hit" overview of its...

The Resurgent American Side-by-Side Shotgun: A Brief History and Reasons for their Continued Popularity

The side-by-side (SXS) shotgun embodies elegance and a level of craftsmanship from a bygone era of American gunmaking. Revered for their balance, reliability, and aesthetic appeal, these firearms have made their mark on the history of shooting sports and hunting.

Model of 1911: History and Use During the World War Era (1914 to 1945)

With its storied past, the 1911 pistol has served the U.S. military through two World Wars, earning a reputation for reliability and effectiveness. Understanding the impact of the Model 1911 during the world-shaping years of 1914 to 1945 offers a glimpse into its enduring legacy and the evolution of modern warfare.

Winchester Model 1873 Video Timeline: History and Development of a True American Legend

The Winchester Model 1873 lever-action repeating rifle revolutionized firearms with its reliable mechanism and rapid-fire capability.

Exploring American Military Firearms of the 19th and Early 20th Centuries

The United States has a rich and enviable history of military firearms that have played a crucial role in the defense of our great nation and the values we uphold.

.45-70 Government History and Popularity: From Black Powder Military Past to Modern Hunting Favorite

The .45-70 Government (45-70) cartridge is a piece of American firearms lore, a bridge between the black powder cartridge past and the smokeless powder present.

Showing Some Love for Pump Action 22LR Rifles, and More: Stewards & Stories #12

Issue #12 of Stewards & Stories includes “Showing Some Love for Pump Action 22LR Rifles”, “A Case for Restoration”, and “A John of All Trades: Winchester’s John Olin”.

1950s Advertising: Vintage Winchester Point of Purchase Displays

Collecting vintage Winchester rifles, carbines and shotguns is not only about appreciating the art of wood and steel that these legendary arms exemplify. It’s also about preserving the culture and values of the times when our cherished Winchesters were first made available to hunters, shooters and enthusiasts.

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