The Historical Arms Galleries

WWII Galleries

Colours of the Queen's Rangers

Colours of the Queen's Rangers

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Here are some of the photos from my two books The Matchless Enfield and FG42 currently available at Amazon.com (here).

Colours of the Queen's Rangers

Colours of the Queen's Rangers

Colours of the Queen's Rangers

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The Colours of the Queen's Rangers are the oldest known military colors in North America (read about the colours here). Rifles, Rangers & Revolution  about the Queen's Rangers, is the new book from Art In Arms Press coming soon!

The 1876 Winchester

Colours of the Queen's Rangers

The 1876 Winchester

Cimarron 1876 Winchester .50-95 WCF

This custom Cimarron 1876 Winchester now sports a 1/2 round, 1/2 octagon Douglas barrel in .50-95 WCF and deluxe fancy stocks. It shoots, too!

Old West Galleries

The Cold War and Colt Galleries

The 1876 Winchester

Cimarron 1851 Navy Cartridge Conversion

The Old West Galleries include reproduction and some original handguns and rifles for sport and target shooting. Scroll down for more! 

The Cold War and Colt Galleries

The Cold War and Colt Galleries

The Cold War and Colt Galleries

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The Cold War is featured here with FAL, AR-10 and a faux Dragunov built on a Russian Vepr. Below is the Colt Galleries featuring a variety of handguns and a reproduction Colt Bulldog Gatling Gun.

The Napoleonic Wars

The Cold War and Colt Galleries

The Cold War and Colt Galleries

Baker Rifle

The British Baker Rifle used by the 95th Rifles presaged the Scout/Snipers of WW II and were used in much the same fashion. Here find rifles and muskets as used by the French Voltiguers as well as the U.S. Marines aboard ship, too, as well as a gallery of Historex 54mm soldiers.

Thanks for visiting the WW II Galleries

Below is the first of the new Revolutionary War galleries from the upcoming book Rifles, Rangers & Revolution about the Queen's Rangers and technology of 1776. The Colours of the Queen's Rangers are the oldest known  in North America. (read about them in the Gazette here). Scroll down for the v       

Thanks for Visiting the OLD WEST Galleries!

Below is the Cold War and a sampling of Colt Revolvers and Pistols. The stills are from the movie House on Haunted Hill, co-starring the Colt 1903 .38 Auto Pocket Hammer! Below that is a reproduction of the Colt Bulldog Gatling Gun. 

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Nelson at Trafalgar

The Napoleonic War Galleries

Below are galleries for the Baker Rifle of the 95th Rifles, arms of the French Voltigeurs, The M1803 of the U.S. Marines and a few Historex 54mm soldiers for good measure. Enjoy! 

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