This website is dedicated to providing information on historically significant and innovative firearms that can be collected. All of the firearms on this site are not legally avialable in all states. However, they are all legally available to people who can legally own guns in several states (AL, AR, AZ, FL, GA, LA, IA, ID, MO, MT, OK, NC, ND, NH, SC, SD, UT, TX, WY) in the United States. Please ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws before attempting to collect and obtain these, or any other, firearms, as the penalties for non-compliance can be severe.
In cases like classic Colt revolvers, original examples can be worth over $100,000 but very accurate replicas as shown on this site, can be purchased for less than $500. The same is true with semi-auto clones. Select fire originals of these guns require a special Class III License and cost upwards of $10,000. However, semi-automatic replicas, often using many original parts can be purchased for $2,000 or less in most cases. The handguns and WW II rifles on this site are widely available, though some states may limit magazines to 10rd or less.
This site is not meant to be a complete encyclopedia, so important firearms are missing and your favorites may not be present. However, new firearms are added throughout the year, so check back frequently and your favorite gun may appear.
Classic Colt Revolvers -These are examples of historically accurate replicas of 19th century Colt Revolvers.
Other Revolvers - These are examples of revolvers that are not Colts.
Colt 1911 45ACP Pistols- These are examples of the M1911 Colt .45 Automatic.
Beretta 92 Service Pistols - These are examples of the current US military issue service pistol.
Sig Sauer Service Pistols - These are examples of Sig Sauer military service pistols.
Other Full Size Pistols - These are examples of other full size pistols.
Concealed Carry Guns - These are examples of modern concealed carry guns.
Small Caliber Pistols - These are examples pistols with a caliber less than 9mm.
Allied WW II Rifles - These are examples of WWII military rifles used by the Allies that are not Mosin Nagants.
Military Mausers - These are examples of versions of the Mauser bolt action rifle used by several nations.
Mosin Nagants - These are examples of the classic Imperial Russian/USSR bolt action rifle.
SKS Carbines - These are examples of the widely used post WWII SKS carbine.
AK Clones - These are examples of semi-auto versions of Kalishnikov style military rifles.
M-16/M4 Clones - These are examples of semi-auto clones of the M-16 and M-4 Carbine assault rifles.
FAL Clones - These are examples of a semi-auto clones of a FAL battle rifles.
Pistol Caliber Carbines - These are examples of semi-auto versions of sub-machine guns.
Other Rifles - These are examples of modern semi-auto rifles not derived from a military design.
Pump Action Shotguns - These are examples of modern pump action shotguns.
Semi-Auto Shotguns - These are examples of modern semi-automatic shotguns.