Winchester M1895 A unique lever-action because of its history and caliber. Chambered in 7.62x54R, these rifles were built on contract and supplied to the Russians. It uses the same stripper-clip guide as the Mosin Nagant rifle. Very rare in the U.S since only a few ever made it back to the U.S as surplus, finding one in its original configuration is a challenge. Of those that came back to the U.S, majority have been converted into sporterized hunting rifles. (GRH)
Engraved Mauser M1914 pistol - Our GOTD really shows what “full coverage” engraving can mean. Mauser’s .32 M1914 design had to compete against Walther favorites like the PP and PPK pistols, but this small .32 caliber semi-automatic has engraving all over. From the underside of the slide to its top, all around the circumference of the frame and slide – this handgun is covered. At the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA.