William Glaze of Columbia, SC entered the arms business through the same somewhat circuitous route a..
At the end of the American Civil War, the US Ordnance department found itself with stores of hundred..
This is a VERY FINE to NEAR EXCELLENT condition example of what is technically the US M1827 Socket B..
On October 25, 1864, Henry B. Hammond received his first patent for a firearms design, #44,798. The ..
There is probably no more iconic handgun silhouette in American history than that of the Colt S..
Brothers James and Philip Webley would together start what would become the most successful English ..
In 1865, the Bavarian military established a commission to look for a new infantry rifle design to a..
This is a wonderful displaying example of one of the more popular and successful of the patent breec..
This is a VERY FINEexample of one of the most popular metallic cartridge revolvers of the Ameri..
The B.F. Joslyn Revolver is one of the more rarely encountered of US made percussion revolvers used ..
The Remington “Army” .44 percussion revolver was the primary competition to the Colt M1860 .44 percu..
The firm of Allen & Wheelock was a true powerhouse of American arms manufacturing during the mid..