If you look in the trunk of just about any patrol car in America you are going to find a Remington 870 of one flavor or another. Over ten million of the legendary pump action shotguns have been produced over the years, and there is no sign of them stopping now. In this episode of […] Read [Read More…]
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Firearm Showcase: The Krutzsch Rifle, the Pumpgun’s Steampunk Grandaddy at the Cody Firearms Museum – HIGH RES PICS!
In January, just before the 2017 SHOT Show, I got the opportunity to travel to Cody Wyoming to visit the Cody Firearms Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, to see some of their rare firearms and bring photos of them to our readers. For our showcase today we [Read More…]
In this episode of TFBTV, Edward O takes a look at the Turkish SAP-6 pump-action shotgun. This short barrel gun feeds from 6 or 11 round detachable magazines, and is available in 12 inch, 14 inch, and 18 inch barrel lengths. In Canada, these shotguns have a dedicated following as camp guns, truck [Read More…]
Jamey Wojtasek, a local gunsmith and director of operations, with Pittsburgh Cerakote, modified an ALG Defense handguard and converted the upper to be pump action. This is the prototype. It is free floating and so it does not touch the barrel. It is a rather simple [Read More…]
The Historical Firearms blog has a very interesting post on a forgotten John Browning patent for a (then-advanced) pump-action shotgun. The weapon features an enclosed hammer, dual extractors, and a tilting locking block reminiscent of the later M1918 automatic rifle. [Read More…]