TR’s Revolver

TR’s Revolver

  This video contains a lot of interesting info on TR’s prized revolver, but what it omits is even more so. His Colt Model 1892 Army & Navy was indeed stolen from Sagamore Hill—twice! It was first stolen in 1963. Few details are known about this theft,...
The World’s Finest Varminter

The World’s Finest Varminter

One August maybe a dozen years ago, I was staging in sheep camp along Alaska’s Snag River and met an interesting fellow at the fire. We were both holding for planes to spike us out and spent a wonderful evening together discussing hunting, Africa, and his desire to...
A Truly Rare Winchester Model 70

A Truly Rare Winchester Model 70

When it comes to firearms, rare is usually as hard to define as it is to believe. More often than not, rare is just marketing-speak for something nearly as common as bad judgement. Occasionally, the word simply states the truth. Having spent its entire life in the...
The Shotgun of a Legend

The Shotgun of a Legend

  It isn’t a .270 Winchester crafted by Al Biesen with a sheep or two to its credit, but it certainly is something special. Jack O’Connor’s Eusebio Arizaga 20-gauge shotgun is now on the market. Supported by a letter from an O’Connor family member, Serial Number...
The Baron’s Shotgun

The Baron’s Shotgun

  Provenance and provenience are synonymous words that are often used interchangeably, but among gun collectors they have nuanced meanings. Webster’s Ninth International Collegiate Dictionary has “origin, source” for both. But for a collector, provenance...
The King’s Colt

The King’s Colt

  This May Rock Island Auction Company will be auctioning off two of Elvis Presley’s revolvers and other significant pieces of memorabilia in its Premiere Firearms Auction. A Colt Python and a Smith & Wesson Model 19, both exquisitely engraved and adorned,...
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