I am not a collector but an accumulator. A collector owns a collection of firearms with the many models carefully cataloged. Some are more common and others, and the key pieces are often quite rare. My firearms are what interests me. The only ones represented in numbers are Colt 1911 pistols and Smith and Wesson revolvers.
Posts Tagged ‘Winchester Firearms’
The introduction of a new bolt-action .22 is a continuation of the classic American .22 caliber sporter. Despite the introduction of modern self-loading rifles, the Ruger American Rimfire has its place. The Ruger American Rimfire is a stablemate to the world’s most popular .22 caliber rifle, the Ruger 10/22.
This will be the final auction held at Julia’s fabled Fairfield, Maine auction barn before all future auctions move to Morphy Auctions Locations in Denver, Pennsylvania, and Las Vegas. Here is the entire release, for those who are serious investors and the rest of of us who will simply drool and dream…
If there is anything I have learned in 40 years of shooting, it is if you buy cheap, you buy twice. When it comes to optics many that are OK for informal target practice and others are suited to some forms of competition. However, if you need a quality holographic sight for critical use, few if any, have stood the test of time as the EOTech sight has.
Whitetails may be king with wild turkeys a close second, but the enjoyment of hunting predators should never be understated.
Winchester’s Super X3 shotguns raised the bar for sporting shotguns with its mere introduction. Now, with the addition Super X3 Ultimate Sporting Adjustable and Super X3 Composite Sporting Carbon Fiber models, Winchester is looking to completely dominate the the clays market.
Today we have the most powerful, accurate and reliable rifles ever built, but the great rifles of the past served the great men of the time well. I’ve been privileged to own and fire versions of most of these rifles. They are rugged, durable and still well suited to hunting and recreational use.
Who does not own or wish they owned a Winchester Model 1894? Most gun collectors consider Winchester Repeating Arms as the firearms manufacturer that “Won the West.”
Shooters who like historical firearms will want to check out the new Winchester Repeating Arms’ Model 1873 Sporter Octagon
Occasionally, I reflect on the humble firearms I began hunting with as a responsible young man of 12. I do not really wish to return to
In the last couple of years, shooters have seen more and more companies release value-priced firearms.
Winchester has issued an official recall on a limited number of SXP, or Super X Pump, pump-action shotguns with a 3 1/2-inch chamber.
New advances in metallurgy, materials and manufacturing processes have given Winchester’s engineers everything they needed to develop a new bolt-action
The SIG P series has enjoyed an unrivaled reputation for quality, accuracy and reliability for over 40 years. SIG’s service pistol