The team at The Custom Shop has done some incredible restorations this season, including a fascinating historical Colt 1908 they worked on in a recent episode. Devin talks about the history and story behind this World War II era Colt Pocket Hammerless and the significance it had for the family that sent it in. He also touches on the popularity of this particular Colt by some of history's most notorious gangsters.
Devin also highlights the gun they will be featuring on the season finale, the Browning Safari. This is the gun that really started it all, he says, and it's a story that means a lot to owner Louie Tuminaro. After the tragic loss of his father, Louie restored this gun with his son, in memory of his father. It's a story that viewers won't want to miss.
Listen in as Devin discusses how history and tradition lives on from one generation to the next through firearms and how their restorations on "The Gunfather: Restorations" keep those stories alive.
Watch "The Gunfather: Restorations" on Outdoor Channel, Wednesdays at 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. ET.