Bonhams is offering a Smith & Wesson No. 2 revolver owned by Wild Bill Hickok that was on him when he was murdered by Jack McCall in Deadwood in 1876.
Dan Morphy, CEO of Morphy Auctions, announces the appointment of Michael L. Vice as expert consultant in firearms and militaria.
The Wild West rides again, at least it will June 22 at Heritage Auctions, when 140 lots of items owned by the Jesse James gang, George Amstrong Custer, Annie Oakley and others, are offered.
A U.S. Colt Walker Model fetched $138,000 to claim the top lot in Rock Island Auction Company's 2013 Premier Firearms auction recently.
Collections built decades ago in the hope of turning Pennsylvania’s capital, Harrisburg, into a mecca for museum goers are scheduled for sale without reserve in a seven-day marathon auction.
A .44-caliber rifle, owned by the sheriff who reportedly apprehended the notorious bandit, Tiburcio Vasquez, is among the 440 offerings of Morphy's June 15 sale.
A rifle commissioned by King Louis XV and letters penned by legendary military leader Lt. Col. Custer James D. headline Julia's Oustanding Firearms Auction March 11 - 12, 2013.
A Federal mahogany Pembroke drop-leaf table, probably made in New York circa 1810, sold for $36,800 at a two-day, two-session sale held Oct. 20-21 by Nadeau’s Auction Gallery, earning top-lot status in the auction.
The Cody Firearms Museum at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyo., houses one of the most remarkable collections of firearms in the world. The gallery features more than 6,500 historically significant firearms dating from the mid-1400s through the present day.