Fine Guns

The Art Guns of Verney-Carron

The Art Guns of Verney-Carron

French guns of the 17th and 18th Centuries displayed a superlative elegance and style that gunmakers of other nations sought to emulate. French firearms...

Carl Russell & Co. Gunmakers

High-end gunrooms don’t open every day—in Great Britain or the US—so the debut of Carl Russell & Co. Gunmakers is news.

Making Best Barrels

We spend a lot of time with our heads stuck firmly in the wonky world of quasi-arcane craft gunmaking methods.

Skeletals in the Closet

(Photo courtesy of Philipp Ollendorff, www.jagdwaffen-ollendorff.com.) The bar-in-wood's beauty is in the eye of the collector By Douglas Tate To my knowledge, no art...

Buying a Used Gun

Buying a Used Gun

  Shooting: Armed with knowledge & tools for buying guns used By Chris Batha My father ran an antiques and curio shop in an...

Beretta Launches the DT-11

Beretta Launches the DT-11

By Ed Carroll At July’s unveiling of Beretta’s new competition shotgun, the DT-11, I opened the afternoon round of sporting clays by running 12...

Caesar Guerini Ellipse EVO

Caesar Guerini Ellipse EVO

Gun Review: Caesar Guerini Ellipse EVO By Bruce Buck This is my third Caesar Guerini review in the past seven years. That’s a lot,...

Krieghoff K-80 Parcours

Gun Review BRUCE BUCK If you shoot clay targets in the US, you’ve certainly seen Krieghoff K-80s in action. These are popular guns in...