Featured by Philip Schreier
Smith & Wesson .38 M&P: An American Classic
Back in 1899, Smith & Wesson introduced the .38 Military & Police revolver, commonly called the .38 M&P. The revolver … Continued
The Webley-Fosbery Semiautomatic Revolver
There he was before me in all of his 70mm film glory, perched atop a camel with the shimmering desert … Continued
Browning Auto-5 Review: An American Classic
From the fertile mind and imaginative genius of John M. Browning sprang the world’s first popular self-loading shotgun, the Auto-5. … Continued
The Luger: Gun of the Week
In the 2001 HBO mini-series “Band of Brothers,” Scott Grimes plays the character Donald Malarkey in the famed 101st Airborne … Continued
Mauser 98K Bolt Action Rifle: Gun History
The Mauser 98K was the standard service rifle of the German military. It was one of the most-produced rifles in … Continued
Gun History: The Thompson Submachine Gun
Made famous during war, on gangland streets and in Hollywood films, the “Tommy Gun” was a marvel of its day.
Colt Walker Revolver: Gun of the Week
The big, powerful, distinctive revolver from the mid-1800s has a significant place in American history--and Hollywood has helped further its fame.
The M1 Garand: Gun of the Week
“In my opinion, the M1 Rifle is the greatest battle implement ever devised.” –Lt. General George S. Patton Jr. in … Continued
Browning High Power: Gun of the Week
Every shooter has their preferences for what they want in a pistol, and there is a myriad of designs and … Continued
Smith & Wesson Model 29: Gun History
How the “most powerful handgun in the world” got its start—and its fame.