AJS 7R

The AJS 7R was one of the best choices for the amateur motorcycle racer of the fifties and sixties. It remains today one of the best choices for someone wanting to enter vintage motorcycle racing events. The 7R earned itself the nick-name of "The boy racer" early on in its career which began in 1948 ...

Ringo Starr’s Mini from 1966

1966 was a pivotal year for the British beat group The Beatles. It was a year in which they toured the United States, released some of their signature songs including "Got to get you into my life", "Eleanor Rigby",  "Paperback writer", and "Yellow submarine, and they were given fashionable Morris Mini Cooper cars by their ...

Colt Boa

The Colt Boa is often thought of as a special version of the Colt Python revolver but, in fact, the Boa was a cross between a Python and a Trooper Mk V. This means that the Boa features the improvements of the Colt Trooper Mk V, including the improved smoother trigger with its shorter lock-time. ...

Dakota Arms African Grade Rifle

If you are thinking about a top grade bolt-action magazine rifle, perhaps toying with the idea of a Rigby from London for example, there is an all American option available to you that might just be preferable. That option is Dakota Arms who make rifles in the same class as the Rigby. The Dakota Model ...

.375 Holland & Holland Magnum

The .375 Holland & Holland Magnum was the second attempt by Holland & Holland to create a belted big game rifle cartridge suitable for magazine rifles to be used on African and Asian dangerous game. Their first attempt had been the 400/375 Belted Nitro Express (otherwise known as the .375 Veloplex) and it was made ...

.40 G&A Pistol Cartridge

The .40 G&A pistol cartridge is one that relatively few have heard of but it was one that helped pioneer the creation of the two predominant .40 caliber handgun cartridges we have with us today; the 10mm, and the .40 S&W. The .40 G&A was not just one wildcat cartridge however, it was made in ...