The .425 Westley Richards

A Dangerous Game Rifle That Could Be Speed Reloaded by Stripper Clip The .425 Westley Richards is sometimes referred to as the Westley Richards .425 Magnum Express. It became a much respected cartridge, favored by the legendary Frederick Courtenay Selous and by John "Pondoro" Taylor, author of "African Rifles and Cartridges". Firing a 410grain bullet at ...

The Mauser Models 1910 and 1914 Pistols

Introduction: One Pistol to Rule Them All You don't have to be involved in the shooting sports for long before you will hear the name "Mauser", often in conjunction with discovering Paul Mauser's definitive bolt action rifle design, the Mauser '98. German firearms designer Paul Mauser's M98 was by no means his only design however, it ...

The Cosmi Semi-Automatic Shotgun

Introduction: Cosmi's Unique Gun The word to describe the Cosmi semi-automatic shotgun is "unique". This is a gun that combines uniqueness, with a build quality that is second to none, but it is a gun that despite its uniqueness makes complete practical sense. To sum up the Cosmi it can most simply be described as a break ...

The Porsche Type 64

From the Silver Arrows to the KdF Wagen to the Porsche Type 64 Dr. Ferdinand Porsche once said "I couldn't find the sports car of my dreams, so I built it myself." Dr. Porsche was involved in the design and creation of a number of sports cars ranging from the Mercedes SSK of the 1920's to ...

The Empire Rifle by Webley & Scott

Introduction: A Trusted Name Resurrected The Webley revolver became the iconic British gentleman's arm. Without doubt favored by fictitious private detective Sherlock Holmes and his friend Dr. Watson, who brought his Webley revolver back from the Afghan War. The Webley was far more than the standard arm for fictitious characters however and was the side-arm for ...

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