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New 8x22mm Nambu Ammo Headed to Market

An estimated 475,000 Japanese Type 14 and Type 94 Nambu pistols were made, with many coming back to the U.S. after WWII as war trophies. Steinel Ammo is now making new cartridges for these relics. (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com- pistol, Steinel- ammo) Ohio-based Steinel Ammunition announced this week they are making new factory ammo for Japanese …

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From the Guns.com Warehouse: A Pile of Colt Gold Cups (PHOTOS)

What’s not to like about a Colt Gold Cup? (Photos: Richard Taylor/Guns.com) An absolute classic offshoot of the standard M1911, the Colt Gold Cup series are iconic match pistols, and we have several up for grabs from the Guns.com warehouse. John Moses Browning’s celebrated 1911 design was adopted by the U.S. military just in time …

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Hank Williams Jr. Offers Cash for His Grandpas’s Lost Shotgun

While “a country boy can survive,” to help carry on a hunting tradition, Bocephus is looking for a lost family heirloom 16-gauge, no questions asked. (Photo: Steve Smith/Facebook) Country singer and avid hunter Hank Williams, Jr. is looking for his grandfather’s long lost Remington shotgun and is offering cash or trade for its return. Williams, …

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From Machining to Firearms: Faxon Firearms Rise to Success

Bob Faxon founded the company after designing the ARAK-21.  (Photo: Faxon Firearms) Bob Faxon’s journey in the firearms industry began at his kitchen table. Using knowledge accrued within the halls of Faxon Machining, Faxon leveraged his expertise to develop Faxon Firearms’ first product, the ARAK-21. From those beginnings, he built a brand. Faxon Firearms, now …

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