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 ...

Browning .22 Semi-Automatic Rifle

The Browning .22 Semi-Automatic rifle entered production way back in 1914 and this chirpy little centenarian is still in production. This fact alone is testimony that John Moses Browning got it right with this design, just as he'd got it right for so many of his previous firearm designs. Belgian made Browning .22 Semi-Automatic rifle ...

Galil

The Israeli Galil began life in a similar way to the rifle which was its ancestor, the AK47. The AK47 was created by Mikhail Kalashnikov when he was taken out of action by a shoulder wound in 1941 and other wounded soldiers commented to him that the Soviet Army could not provide a rifle per ...

Ross Rifle

In the period after the American Civil War the situation in Europe was changing rapidly with the unification of the German States into a united country which also marked a period of the rapid industrialization in Germany and by the 1890's the building of the German Navy as a force to be equal to the ...

Early Style Winchester M1895

The Winchester M1895 was John M Browning's last lever action rifle design and it was the design that moved away from the limitations of the tubular magazine that required the use of round nose or flat nose bullets to one that could use pointed spitzer bullets. In this transition period from black powder to smokeless ...

Lithgow Arms F90 and Atrax

The establishment of the small arms factory in the Australian town of Lithgow was originally motivated by a realization by Australia's colonists that the world is actually not a "safe space" and that being dependent on supply of arms from Britain, which was a very long sea voyage away, was not wise. Lithgow was a ...