Uncategorized

Forgotten Weapons Merch!

December 24, 2016 Ian McCollum 5

After many years, I finally have a selection of shirts and cool stuff for sale! Just in time to buy something after Christmas, how’s that for timing? Check it out, and don’t miss the limited-time […]

Uncategorized

Selling my Vickers HMG

November 21, 2016 Ian McCollum 36

Yes, it is a sad thing to do, but it must be done. I am selling my Vickers heavy machine gun. A few details… The gun is an Australian WWII piece factory refurbished in 1952 […]

Uncategorized

Tolkien’s Service Revolver

November 6, 2016 Ian McCollum 26

From The Guardian: The Webley Mk VI was the standard issue gun for British servicemen at the outbreak of the war. In 1996, Tolkien’s family gave the gun to the Imperial War Museum during a […]

Uncategorized

Hammer Prices, RIA & James Julia

October 27, 2016 Ian McCollum 19

For the folks who are interested, here are the final hammer prices (plus 15% buyers’ premiums) for the recent two auction I had videos from… I was rather hoping to maybe have some long shot […]

Uncategorized

Weapons of the Spanish Civil War

October 4, 2016 Ian McCollum 32

The Spanish Civil War is a relatively un-remembered conflict here in the US, but it is a fascinating event for firearms enthusiasts because of the huge variety of arms used. Both sides were supplied by […]

Italian soldier in Rome with an ARX-160
Uncategorized

GunSpotting in Rome

June 29, 2016 Ian McCollum 65

About a month ago I spent some time in Italy, and noticed a few things that I thought would be interesting. The biggest thing that stood out to me (on the matter of firearms, I […]

No Picture
Uncategorized

A Couple Antique Revolvers For Sale

June 4, 2016 Ian McCollum 4

I have found myself in the unfortunate situation of having bought a handful of antique revolvers at auction for an acquaintance, only have him decide not to pay for them. These aren’t guns I am […]