SIG Sauer’s P210

Classics: SIG Sauer’s P210 Pistol

There’s a whole lot of history in SIG’s exquisite P210 pistol.

James Bond’s Walther PP & PPK

How many articles about the Walther PPK have started out with, “Bond, James Bond,” and then delved into the film history of Ian Fleming’s greatest secret agent?

Colt Model M General Officers Pistol

Once a market leader for concealed-carry pistols, this handgun eventually became a badge of honor issued to those with stars on their epaulettes.

How the U.S. and NRA Assisted the Allied Effort in WWII

Assisting the Allied war effort, in addition to American troops, were privately owned American firearms that were sent to Britain to help fight the Axis.

The Smith & Wesson Military & Police Revolver

Smith & Wesson’s iconic revolver is one of the few things with stronger ties to law enforcement than the NRA.

The M1 Garand National Match Rifle

The United States was the only country to provide a semi-automatic rifle as standard issue to its military forces from the onset of the war. In excess of five million M1 Garands were produced between 1936 and 1945.

Classics: Model 1895 Browning Machine Gun

This is the story of a "potato digger," more accurately a Model 1895 Browning belt-fed, air-cooled machine gun. The Model 1895 was designed by the creative genius of John M. Browning, manufactured by Colt and was the first American machine gun ever manufactured.

Creedmoor Matches: The First International Shooting Event in North America

Today, if you take the Grand Central Parkway east from Brooklyn, NY, to its intersection with the Cross Island Parkway in Queens, you will be close to the Creedmoor Psychiatric Center and the Queens Farm Park administered by the Parks Administration of New York City.

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