Wheelgun Wednesday: A Striker Fired Revolver From The Past - Meet the Kufahl

Image credit: College Hill Arsenal In Victorian-era England (mid-1800’s, think Charles Dickens), many unique firearms were being invented. One of these was George Kufahl’s double action, striker-fired revolver, which had quite a unique form factor for that time (and for today!). Featuring a cylinder that had the firing chamber prettyRead More →

ZKR-551 Image Credit: RegimentWarzawa The ZKR-551: Czech six In the mid 20th century, one of the disciplines under the aegis of UIT (Union International de Tir, ISSF’s predecessor) was the Centre Fire Pistol Match.  Competitors would first need to fire 30 rounds at 25 meters for a “precision” score.  The “Dueling”Read More →