Saturday Night Specials Part 2 – The Legislation

In Part Two of our look at Saturday Night Specials, we explore the laws, the controversies, and the studies about these pesky little guns.

The Saturday Night Special Restrospective—Part 1

Today we examine the Satruday Night Special, a controversial genre of firearms often misaligned and blamed for crime, but are they at fault?

The S&W Model 60 at Half-a-Century

There's a reason the Smith & Wesson Model 60 remains a staple for S & W for more than 50 years. It works and is the ideal size for carry.

The Winchester Model 1911 — Old School Cool

Ever wonder why Winchester seemingly took forever to make a semi-auto shotgun? Well, the Model 1911 SL might be the answer.

Colt Open Top 1871-82

The Colt Open Top was a rather short-lived design, but it was an important step along the way to the modern revolvers we so enjoy today.

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.

Taurus Defender 605 Revolver: “A Fine Little Old Fivegun”

Taurus released the Defender 605 .357 Magnum revolver earlier this year and it looks like the resurgent Brazilian firearms company has a winner on its hands.

Wheelgun Wednesday: Colt Walker

The Colt Walker played a key role in firearms development. In the gun world, the Colt Walker is famous all on its own. Let's take a look.

The Astra 600 – Old School Cool

The Astra 600 came from Spain by way of German order. They saw little action, but they're a great way to get into surplus handguns.

Gunfighter Pistol: The Fitz Special Part 2

From either side of the law, some notable historical figures owned a Fitz Special. And FYI, here's how you can get one for your very own.

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