Best Of — Surplus Classic And Tactical Firearms

Holt Meets The Garand


Early Memories Of An Iconic American Arm. We trained with M1 Garands, BARs, Browning, air-cooled .30-caliber machineguns, 3.5-inch bazookas and

The Militia Act Of 1792


The New England Flintlock Militia Musket Armed State Militias In The Country’s Earliest Days. Like most post-war periods, the years

Love Those Blunderbusses!


Perhaps the most iconic of firearms. The Germans named it the “Donderbuchse” (thunder gun), the Dutch, the “Donderbus,” the Italians,

What A Rimfire!


GSG/ATI’s Sturmgewehr 44 .22 Long Rifle. In the spring of 1943, 2,000 Maschinenkarabiner 42s were delivered to Germany’s beleaguered troops

What A Racquet!


Britain’s grenade launching SMLE is the perfect launcher for long-range tennis balls. If there’s a milsurp to make you smile,

Surplus Locker


CIA’s C93 What are the most widely distributed, automatic, small arms operating systems in use today? By the sheer number