A good villain makes a movie stand out, and smart filmmakers employ a villain gun that does the same. Here are some of our favorites.
Pike got his hands on a Norinco 1897 trench gun in a riot gun configuration. Does the Chinese copy of the American OG Winchester 1897 hold up?
No Country For Old Men might be my favorite Coen brothers flick. It's a close call, but it's certainly the most action-packed of their catalog.
Mini shells don't suck, but they shouldn't be trusted for home defense. Just say no to minishells for home defense!
Everyone needs a good .22LR. One of the best is a licensed John Browning design in the form of the Remington Speedmaster 241.
Ever want more ammo on tap but you're not sure how? Go jungle style with the ancient art of using a magazine coupler or tape. Try this one simple trick!
The CMMG Dissent is something new and unique in the AR world. It's the perfect platform to turn into a proper PDW. Here's how.
Full-auto shotguns sound promising when you factor in the pellets per burst ration, but why have they never moved to the mainstream?
This 1993 film is a classic that's writ large across today's pop culture: The guns of Tombstone is just one reason it'll remain that way