Blackpowder- The Shooter's Loghttp://cheaperthandirt.com/blog/?category_name=blackpowder
Ran by Cheaper Than Dirt, a major shooting sports discounter, this blog offers reviews of different models as well as links to purchasing them.
The Essex Auctioneershttp://www.boningtons.com/collecting-antique-guns.aspx
Visually-stimulating and well-updated, this is a blog geared for muzzeloader enthusiasts as well as your regular antique collector. We recommend this site for beginning collectors in particular.
Dirty Gun Clubhttp://dirtygunclub.com/articles/antique-handguns/
This bad-ass site is newly-established and seemingly intended to make a splash. Even the site's motto makes you wonder what the blogger is actually alluding to when he says "dirty gun."
Quazen: Amazing Old Bangershttp://quazen.com/arts/amazing-old-bangers-10-interesting-and-unusual-antique-guns/
Featuring a great article on antique guns, the author includes photographs and reviews of rare models.
Cemetery's Gun Blobhttp://cemeterysgunblob.com/2010/11/07/antique-gun-show/
The eccentric author of this "blob" was prompted to become a shooter after Hurricane Katrina, when he realized he was responsible for his own safety. He not only touches on antique blogs quite a bit, but also relays his personal experience as a shooter.
Blog O'Stuff: Black Powder Guns Shootinghttp://blogostuff.blogspot.com/search/label/black%20powder%20guns%20shooting
A frequently-maintained blog that explores multiple topics important to the blogger, not to mention his passion for shooting black powder guns.
Antique Trader Bloghttp://blog.antiquetrader.com/blog/CommentView,guid,837b096e-1f2e-4344-b31c-8220c722ed31.aspx
Geared for those interested in buying or selling antiques, including but not limited to antique guns, this is a great site for collectors. Informative, detailed, and seemingly trustworthy.
Antique Gun Cabinetshttp://www.buyguncabinetsandsafes.com/blog/antique-gun-cabinets/
A great site to visit if your antique gun needs a place to live, this features multiple links and reviews to help you make an informed decision about where to house your firearms.
An outstanding resource for those interested in the buying, selling, and appraisal of Civil War-era antique guns and swords, Colt, Kentucky, & Henry Rifles, not to mention other artifacts. The author of this blog is extremely knowledgeable and experienced in the field.
You can't get more official than the NRA blog, which is rife with rifle facts. We highly recommend this site for those interested in guns, especially the right hand sidebar for those interested in exploring topics outside of antique guns.
Nerdgun- A Gunsmith Student Bloghttp://nerdgun.blogspot.com/2010/12/black-powder-pistol-traditions-trapper.html
Not devoted to antique guns per se, the blogger here details his life as a gunsmithing student and he passes out his class notes with pride.
What Equipment to Buy For Dееr Hunting?http://subsonic-gun-ammo-ammunition.angelfire.com
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