A lifelong firearms enthusiast, Josh Loewensteiner sits down to talk the history of fine guns, the theory of collecting them, and more
Josh Loewensteiner is a lifelong firearms enthusiast who began studying, collecting, and shooting guns with his father and brother when he was just 8 years old and has been studying firearms for nearly 30 years. He particularly enjoys the classic American sporting guns.
Josh is a life member of the Parker Gun Collectors Association and National Rifle Association, and a member of the Lefever Arms Collectors Association, L.C. Smith Collectors Association, Colt Collectors Association, A.H. Fox Gun Collectors Association, Smith and Wesson Collectors Association, and Winchester Arms Collectors Association.
Josh spent years working at some of the premier auction houses in the nation where he was immersed in fine firearms before striking out on his own to become a firearms dealer and consultant. In this episode, Josh talks about his history with fine guns, the nuance and theory of collecting guns, how firearms auctions work from an insider’s perspective and so much more.
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Joel Penkala is an Upland Bird Hunter and outdoors enthusiast from New Jersey. His love of all things upland has led him to travel and hunt around the United States and fostered his affinity for double guns and bird dogs. He runs English Setters in his home covers chasing Woodcock, Grouse, and Pheasants.