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Gun Mart Magazine reviews the Uberti 1860 range of rifles, available now at Henry Krank & Co. This article kindly supplied by Gun Mart Magazine.
Gun Mart Magazine reviews Brunox Gun Oil, available now at Henry Krank & Co. This article kindly supplied by Gun Mart Magazine.
Gun Mart take a look at the brand new Sierra Gamechanger, now available at Henry Krank
Uberti's Colt 1861 Black Powder Revolver, reviewed here by Derek Landers. Article kindly supplied by Gun Mart.
Derek Landers takes a look at a deluxe version of one of the most popular reproduction rifles from the Uberti stable – the Winchester model 1873
Pete Moore at Gun Mart reviews the Uberti Winchester 1873.
Famous on the silver screen in productions such as Les Miserables, the French Models 1717, 1728 and 1746 are central to the massive changes in France during the revolution, and subsequently, across the world.
Henry Krank & Co are proud to announce the latest addition to our comprehensive range of black powder, Zloty Stok. The Zloty Stok range of black powders are produced in Poland, and Zloty Stok is one of the oldest black powder mills in the world, operating since 1694.
The LEE Auto Breech Lock Pro is a LESS sophisticated progressive press that sits in between Lee Precisions turret presses and their fully progressive presses. This makes the Auto breech Lock Pro the perfect tool if you are considering ‘upgrading’ from a turret press but do not feel comfortable going fully progressive.
Pete Moore from Gun Mart reviews the handy and portable reloading press system, the Breechlock Hand Press Kit along with some cost-effective Pacesetter reloading dies from Lee Precision.
One of the newest lines at Henry Krank has been the range of Premium Polishing Products from Flitz, they’ve become more and more popular with our customers this year so we thought we’d give them the spotlight.
The Charleville 1777 is a gun every bit as historically significant as it’s frequent opponent; the Brown Bess. First fielded in an earlier pattern in 1717, and used by French forces during the French Revolution, Napoleonic Wars, and others, the Charleville musket is one of the most recognisable firearms of the era.
The Lee Enfield SMLE and No.4 Rifles, reviewed here by Mark Underwood.
Damascus steel is made by taking rods of different types of iron or steel and twisting them together, folding and forging them until the resultant bar has the different metals twisted and mixed in patterns which are often very beautiful.
Nick Latus tests a value-for-money round from Serbian manufacturer Prvi Partizan and is impressed with the results. Kindly supplied by Sporting Rifle Magazine.
Pete Moore looks at an iconic weapon of the Old West – well certainly an icon of old westerns – the sawn-off Colt 1878 shotgun as recreated by Pedersoli in their Wyatt Earp model. Kindly supplied by Gun Mart.
While it is still possible to buy traditional types of game call, like the whistlestyle device, there are now a lot of high-tech options on the market. The unit on test is at the lower end of the price range for electronic game callers but it is still a really effective and clever device. Kindly supplied by Gun Mart.
Derek landers looks at a Euroarms reproduction of the Rogers & Spencer percussion revolver, a pistol which arrived a little too late to make its mark in the American Civil War.
The two muskets featured in this blog are hallmarks of the Napoleonic period. Anyone who is at all familiar with the great struggle between Napoleon, Nelson and Wellington will undoubtedly be familiar already with the two firearms that conquered Europe and beyond. We at Henry Krank are proud to be stockists of the best quality Indian reproductions of the Brown Bess and Charleville muskets, and we're proud to continue keeping the history of these two iconic firearms alive.