Rigby Rising Bite Double Rifle

The Rigby Rising Bite double rifle has always been one of the most expensive pieces of ordnance one could ever open one's wallet for. A Rising Bite rifle takes about three years to make, which means you are not just paying for the steel and the wood, but making a substantial contribution to the salary ...

Weatherby Mark V

The debate about the right rifle for the world wide one rifle hunter was a popular topic back in the sixties and seventies when I first started shooting seriously. There are many potential choices one could make, but, if you don't expect to be hunting Africa's "Big Five" then I think the choice is pretty ...

Mosin-Nagant 91/30 with Archangel OPFOR Stock

The Russian Mosin-Nagant 91/30 rifle has earned itself an excellent reputation the world over and with good reason. Designed by Captain Sergei Ivanovich Mosin of the Imperial Russian Army with some features contributed by Belgian designer Léon Nagant (who would later create the unusual Nagant revolver that was also adopted by the Russian Army) the ...

Rolls-Royce Phantom I Ascot Tourer by Brewster

From 1926 until 1931 Rolls Royce automobiles for the American market were made in Springfield, Massachusetts. These cars maintained the same high quality of Rolls Royce cars made in Britain but American manufacture kept costs down and of course created job opportunities for American workers. So it was that when Rolls Royce introduced their new ...

Mossberg MVP

When we look at the Mossberg MVP series of rifles one is tempted to wonder why did it take so long for someone to think of this? Mossberg did think of it, and took the risk to bring into production their MVP series of rifles whose instant attractiveness lies in the fact that they not ...

1966 Pontiac GTO

Ever since its introduction in 1964 the Pontiac GTO has been a car to drool over. The design team at GM quite simply got this car right from the beginning and during its sixties heyday it was one of the most head turning, crowd gathering automobiles extant. The 1966 Pontiac GTO was one of the ...

Allard K1/2 Two-Seater

Sydney Allard is sometimes referred to a Britain's Carroll Shelby. He was a man who created V8 powered sports cars that combined the best of British with the best of America, sports cars that had a gentile thuggery about them, cars that were in a sense the next stage of development after the Le Mans ...

AC 16/60 Doctor’s Coupe

There's an unusual 1936 AC 16/60 "Doctor's Coupe up for sale on eBay with five days left on the sale at time of writing. It is one of just three AC 16/60 cars known to exist made with this aluminum over ash "Doctor's Coupe" bodywork. The car is claimed to be original and appears to ...

Bentley 4¼ Liter Airflow Saloon

The Bentley 4¼ liter engine was created initially in March of 1936 by simply enlarging the Bentley 3½ liter. The 3½ liter engine's bore was increased to 3½" (88.9mm) which gave the engine a capacity of 259 cu. in. (4,257cc). These Bentleys were made after Rolls-Royce acquired Bentley in 1931 so they were effectively badge ...