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From the Vault: Winchester Model 12
From the Vault: Winchester Model 12

We've featured lot of showpiece guns in FTV, but today Brownells Gun Tech™ Caleb Savant takes a look at a workhorse that put a LOT of meals on tables over the years, the Winchester Model 12 pump action shotgun. Introduced in 1912, more than 2 million Model 12s were manufactured over 51 years in a vast array of gauges, grades, and configurations. Many of them were takedown guns, as is Caleb's, mostly for convenience in transporting them - and it's a lot easier to clean the barrel on a takedown sh

From the Vault: Winchester 458 Model 70 Magnum
From the Vault: Winchester 458 Model 70 Magnum

Brownells Public Relations Specialist Roy Hill shows us his Winchester Model 70 Safari Express chambered in .458 Win Mag. Introduced in 1956 as a pure dangerous game stopper, the belted .458 Winchester Magnum packs a 500-grain soft-nose jacketed bullet zooming at about 2,200 fps. This bullet alone is bigger and heavier than a 9mm Luger pistol round. The first gun chambered in .458 Win Mag™ The Winchester Model 70. Roy found this beauty at the Brownells Retail Store and gave back some of that mon

From the Vault: Winchester 410 Prototype
From the Vault: Winchester 410 Prototype

Brownells Gun Techs Keith and Steve are on another excellent adventure at Rock Island Auction Company, this time to show us a Winchester prototype .410 bore pump action shotgun from the 1920s. Available evidence suggests it was a forerunner of Winchester's Model 42, one of the best pump shotguns ever made. It would have been used to work out the details of balance, weight, and operation to get a reliable gun ready for mass production.... except the final production Model 42 is quite different, m

From the Vault: Winchester 1897 & Stevens Trench
From the Vault: Winchester 1897 & Stevens Trench

Guntech Steve Ostrem and Keith Ford travel to Rock Island Auction Company to explore some historic trench guns used from World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam Wars.

From the Vault: Winchester Model 61
From the Vault: Winchester Model 61

Gun Techs Keith Ford and Steve Ostrem visit the Rock Island Auction House to talk about a Model 61 Winchester.

From The Vault: Appaloosa 8 Gauge ISS
From The Vault: Appaloosa 8 Gauge ISS

Larry Zanoff from Independent Studio Services shows us the Appaloosa 8 Gauge Shotgun.

From The Vault: Remington 1187
From The Vault: Remington 1187

Larry Zanoff from Independent Studio Servises shows us a Remington 1187 from No Country for Old Men.

From The Vault: Remington Over and Under
From The Vault: Remington Over and Under

Larry Zanoff from Independent Studio Services shows us a Remington Over and Under from Django Unchained.

From The Vault: Ithaca 37
From The Vault: Ithaca 37

Gun Tech Steve Ostrem talks about his Ithaca 37. The history behind it and what he like about it.

From The Vault: Westley Richards Combination Gun 410 over 22
From The Vault: Westley Richards Combination Gun 410 over 22

Gun Tech Steve O and Gun Tech Keith Ford visit the Rock Island Auction House to discuss the Westley Richards Combination Gun 410 over 22.

Brownells Boom Kit Installation
Brownells Boom Kit Installation

Guntech Perry Whitaker goes over the installation and benefits of the Brownells Boom Kit for your Mossberg 590 Shockwave. The Brownells Boom Kit includes a Carlson’s Mossberg 590 12 Gauge Ported Shotgun Barrel and the SB Tactical Shockwave Stabilizing Brace.

Brownells Mossberg 500/590/835 Metal Safety Kit
Brownells Mossberg 500/590/835 Metal Safety Kit

The Brownells Enhanced Safety Button is a direct replacement for the factory button that features all-metal construction for durability and a higher profile for improved handling characteristics.