Some of Ian’s Gun Collection, on a Matrix Armory Display Wall (Video)

Matrix Armory is a new gun display system developed by Jeff High (a long-time Forgotten Weapons supporter, incidentally) who wanted something that would really do justice to guns that you want to display and appreciate. The other sorts of display/racking systems out there are much more industrial in style, primarily to store guns. Matrix Armory was designed to make your guns look their best, because nothing is quite as sad as a great gun collection squashed into a safe and never actually seen (assuming one has a secure room for display, naturally).

I have gotten a lot of people asking to see my own personal collection, and so I figured this would be a cool way to do that; showing you some of the highlights of my collection in conjunction with the Matrix Armory wall we installed in my office. I have no financial stake in the product – I think the years of work Jeff has put into it have led to a really nice product that I think will be of interest to some of the folks who read Forgotten Weapons.

Here are links or videos on some of the guns that are in this video:

M1883 Reichsrevolver
Scotti Model X
Troy GAU-5A/A clone in a 2-Gun match
MAC 1950
CETME-L Build series
Hotchkiss Universal
2-Gun with my DSA FAL
Red Oktober Match with my Krinkov
Type 2 Paratrooper Arisaka
Partisan Rifles blog
North China Type 19 Arisaka