HK G3: History, Modernizing, and Custom Left-Handed~ing

Today we're gonna look at the HK G3 through the lens of Forgotten Weapons. History, modernization efforts, and Ian's custom left-handed G3.

The Remington Revolving Rifle: Cool but Behind the Times

By the time the Remington revolving rifle was upgraded to a rimfire cartridge, Winchester was on the verge of releasing the Model 1873. But it was actually not a bad idea. Take a closer look with Ian McCollum.

The Suppressed OSS M3 Grease Gun with a Trigger Booby Trap

Ian McCollum of Forgotten Weapons is back with another supremely awesome gun for us to check out. This time Ian has his hands on a rare, suppressed World War II M3 Grease Gun issued by the American Office of Strategic Services (OSS). If you’re not familiar with the OSS, it was founded during World War […]

So Light it was Unsafe: The Colt M13 Aircrewman Revolver

The M13 Aircrewman is one of the rarest modern Colt revolvers out there. Here's a look at one with Ian McCollum of Forgotten Weapons.

Forgotten Weapons: Le Redoutable Double-Barreled, 20-Shot Revolver

Some of firearms history is just plain cool. Here's a look at Le Redoutable, a French wheelgun from the early twentieth century.

The M1 Carbine: Reputation vs. Reality

Listen in as firearms experts Ian McCollum (aka Gun Jesus) and the redoubtable Ken Hackathorn go in-depth on the iconic M1 Carbine.

More Springfield Bullpup: a Hellion at the Range With Ian McCollum

Ian McCollum runs the new Springfield Hellion at a 2-Gun Action Challenge match.  How does the bullpup perform? Let's find out.

Steampunk Coolness: The 1896 Bittner Ring Pistol

I’m too old to have been caught up in the Steampunk thing. I don’t know whether it’s a fad, a game, a trend, a hobby, a cosplay thing…maybe all of those? Whatever. But some of that stuff is, admittedly, pretty sweet looking. And I like how some of it is based on actual historical devices, […]

The Eastern Airlines Colt Anti-Hijacker Revolver

Hijacking airliners was like an international sport in the 1960s and early 1970s. Political activists, criminals, folk legends (looking at YOU, D.B. Cooper, wherever you are), and more than a few psychos tried their hand at knocking over airplanes to further whatever goal they had in their twisted little minds. It never ended well, but […]

Forgotten Weapons: The Legendary Bren Ten

The Bren Ten may be the perfect example of a 10mm pistol that makes fans' hearts skip a beat. Ian McCollum looks at a Special Forces model.

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