Collectibles & Novelties

Killer Innovation co-owner and president Rick Olsen holding a Glock pistol equipped with customized parts during TriggrCon 2018 in Bellevue, Washington. (Photo: Daniel Terrill/Guns.com) Tumwater-based machine shop Killer Innovation put on display their technical prowess at the 2018 TriggrCon show in Bellevue, Washington last month. Co-owner and company president Rick Olsen said if attendees took
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Overall, the firearms shown off by Canadian authorities were pretty pedestrian, although some were decidedly older than the norm. (Photos: RCMP & Winnipeg Police) The Canadian prairie province extended a month-long offer to pick up unwanted guns and ammo from the public that produced some interesting, if vintage, hardware. Announced with great fanfare at the
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The commemorative pistol commemorates the WASPs of WWII. (Photo: Thompson Auto-Ordnance) Thompson Auto-Ordnance continues its vintage styled products with the addition of the new WWII themed custom Fly Girls 1911. The Fly Girls pistol is a continuation of the company’s custom 1911 series commemorating the sacrifices of the men and women who supported America during
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Price on the C1 is $79.17 on pre-order, $87 normally, handgun not included. (Photo: Hudson) Temple, Texas-based Hudson Manufacturing has announced they are now taking discounted pre-orders for factory compensators pending an August ship date. The Hudson C1 Compensator was created specifically for the company’s flagship 9mm handgun series. Constructed from 7075 aluminum, the matte
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The engraved K6s Classic Revolver pairs rosewood grips with ornate engravings. (Photo: Kimber) Kimber added a little spice to its K6s Classic Revolver series, launching a special edition model with ornate engravings. Otherwise identical to its non-engraved counterparts, the engraved K6s Classic Revolver gives the wheel gun a more sophisticated and custom look. “The K6s
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If you are looking for a U.S-made 9mm M1911A1 with venerable GI styling, Thompson Auto-Ordnance just delivered (Photos: Kahr) Greeley, Pennsylvania-based Kahr announced this week that their Auto-Ordnance subsidiary is now making 9mm-chambered M1911 models. Describing it as a “response to growing interest and customer demands,” the new variant looks much like their standard single-action
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Some guns blaze through history and forever change the face of firearms design.  The 1860 Henry Patent Rifle, though short lived, did just that. It’s now recognized as one of America’s greatest contributions to firearms design.  With originals rare and expensive—think $25,000 to $100,000—reproductions are the closest most of us will ever get to appreciating
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