This has got to be one of the best videos series I have seen for attracting the serious gun collector. It is no accident that it’s done by a world famous gun auction company. When you consider that a collectable firearm can sell for over $100,000 this video series is quite a good investment.
One of the reasons this video series is so successful is that they know their audience. It not only provides great entertainment but it is a great resource for serious gun collectors and those interested in history. I find the historic significance of these videos of immense value.

The first video I want to use as an illustration is Burgess Folding Shotgun. One of the reasons I shared this in my personal social media is because it contained what I thought was some interesting insight about the late 1800s. I especially liked the antidote about Theodore Roosevelt.

Burgess Folding Shotgun

Burgess Folding Shotgun

Burgess Folding Shotgun Extended

Burgess Folding Shotgun Extended

I am also sharing one of their Chinese Mystery Pistol posts. These are quite interesting firearms that in themselves document a very interesting period in Chinese history.

I was only going to mention two guns but I saw another one from a time period in Japan that you may have noticed I mentioned more than occasionally in my personal Social media account. Yes I am talking about the Meiji Period of Japan. The gun is a Type 18 Murata rifle. What make this rifle so interesting is that it was one of the first domestically produced modern military rifles. I think I have posted about this particular rifle in the past, but I have never posted a video before.

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