Welcome to Hawk’s Eye Guns!

We love to: shoot for sport, collect, rescue, and repair, firearms. Sadly, there are very few places that focus on these simple yet enjoyable things. This site and accompanying podcast were created in answer to combat the scarcity of the joy of shooting.


Latest Podcasts

Cast 114: Catch up On The Guns Of 2024

A lot is going on in the last bit for us here at Hawks Eye Guns. Sean has four new

Cast 113: Remington 105 CTi

Kicking off Jake’s new format we begin with the tragic tale of Remington’s 105 CTi. It’s terrible, hard to find, and funny-looking so of course Sean is obsessed with it. Then in better form, we talk about more desirable guns that are equally discontinued.

Cast 112: Sig p238 & Guns of Wick

So we settle in for over an hour and a half of gun talk this time on the cast. Okay, not entirely an hour and a half. We did drift a bit talking about Halle Berry and her dogs in JW3 and then to dogs but we had a strong start with a solid hour…

Cast 111: Dura-Blue & Cheaper Prices on Firearms

There was a flurry of activity for Jake and I with the cooler weather. Sean went shooting a bunch and fixed up an older gun with Dura-Blue. Jake switched up his HK for the smaller version and we both have seen prices come down on polly-framed, striker-fired rigs. 

Cast 110: New Mexico Gun Suspension

We normally don’t do this in several respects. The first is you will hear this exact same cast on Gentlemen’s Soapbox as well as here as the topics mostly apply to both channels. If you listen to one you’ll hear the show on the other channel this time out. The other abnormal thing is we…

Featured Blog Posts

Ithaca’s of Yesterday

I have a particular weakness for old shotguns. Not just because I find them beautiful, I do, but I a…

Seward Leather

I have a favorite knife. It’s a simple enough statement but one that proved to be a little ann…

Fixing My Ithaca Model 51 Featherlight Shotgun

Almost a year ago to the day I traded some work for an Ithaca Model 51 Featherlight autoloading shot…

M-CARBO Pro Trigger Kit for the Savage Axis

The trigger pull on the Savage Axis I recently acquired was a bit on the stiff side. Not horrible mi…