Collectibles & Novelties

The concept: an integrally suppressed AK that still goes carbine length and weights in the 7-pound range. (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com) Joe Meaux with Aklys Defense is ready to send his integrally suppressed AKSV Velociraptor into regular production. The Baton Rouge-based manufacturer has burned up the social media pipes in the past week with their Krink-sized
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Arizona based Patriot Ordnance Factory has entered the Glock market with their G-Series Gentlemen’s Slides. Machined from 17-4 stainless steel, with a nitride heat treat finish and a Trijicon RMR Red Dot Plate with cover and mounting hardware, they bring the company’s stylish looks to the world’s most popular handgun. There are two sizes available
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Franklin Armory says their new Reformation firearm will “will create a whole new market segment that will not require NFA approval.” (Photos: Franklin Armory) Nevada-based Franklin Armory said this week they are debuting their no-stamp-required Reformation firearm that includes both a Magpul stock and shorty barrel. The Reformation is a non-rifle that, according to Franklin
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Host Jamie Colby, right, with the heirs of antique military weapons on Strange Inheritance premiering Jan. 16. (Photo: Fox Business News) Fox Business Network starts the fourth season of Strange Inheritance with a bang, featuring antique guns in a three-part back-to-back season premiere. Appearing Jan. 16 at 9:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, “Cannon Father” showcases the
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The Revelation boasts a unique design that would cause any collectors heart to beat faster. (Photo: Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Company) The Galazan Revelation is an over/under shotgun created by Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Company for gun owners who appreciate some fine American craftsmanship. Available in 26-inch, 28-inch or 30-inch barrels, the 20-gauge shotgun ships in either
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James D. Julia is known as a world leader in auctioning rare antique firearms. Owner Jim Julia sold the company to Morphy Auctions Dec. 14 after learning of his wife’s terminal brain cancer. (Photo: James D. Julia Auctioneers/Facebook) Two auction companies featuring collections of rare and antique firearms joined forces earlier this month. Dan Morphy, founder
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President of henry Repeating Arms Anthony Imperato holds the one millionth rifle. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms) Henry Repeating Arms announced a historic milestone for the New Jersey based company, officially hitting the one million mark in production with its H001 model. The National Shooting Sports Federation, in recognition of this milestone, chose the one-millionth H001
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A Remington-Rand M1911A1 pistol made during WWII for military contract. The company made over 850,000 guns for the War Department during WWII, more than any other contractor. (Photo: Rock Island Auctions) The bipartisan 2018 National Defense Authorization Act signed Tuesday includes a plan to transfer the U.S. Army’s remaining stock of .45 ACP M1911A1 pistols
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The special edition Big Boy .44 Magnum currently up for auction on Gunbroker. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms) Henry Repeating Arms celebrates its 20th anniversary, auctioning a series of special edition Big Boy .44 Magnum lever action rifles. The series appears on GunBroker with proceeds going to several gun-related and wildlife focused organizations. Some of the
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“We are proud to announce that we have shipped our first distributor load today!” said Heizer, reporting the guns were shipped to wholesalers Hicks, Sports South, Williams Supply, and Zanders. (Photo: Heizer Defense) The Pevely, Missouri-based firearms company announced on Friday that their long-awaited subcompact handgun is now shipping to wholesalers for distribution. The PKO-45
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