Michael Zomber is considered one of the most well-versed antique gun and weapons collector in the world. He is also a highly-regarded author and producer in his own right.
Zomber has collected guns and weaponry from all over the world for nearly 40 years. His affinity with antique weapons began at an early age. He is partial to the Japanese Samurai swords. His expertise on weapons from the 16th century through the 19th Century is unmatched.
Zomber is also considered a prolific storyteller. He has the ability to draw readers into the story unlike any other author. Some of his other works include Civil War dramas Sweet Betsy, That’s Me and Son of Kentucky.
Michael Zomber has been a featured guest on the A&E History Channel special Tales of the gun. This highly-acclaimed, eight documentary includes episodes Guns of the Famous, Guns of the Orient, Dueling pistols, Shotguns, Automatic Pistols and Million Dollar Guns.
The Pennsylvania native attended school at UCLA and the University of Illinois. His love for writing about real-life issues helped him churn out novel after novel and a huge fan base.
Michael Zomber is also a philanthropist and supports a number of causes such as Doctors Without Borders, UNICEF, Amnesty International and Disabled American Veterans. He and his wife, Andrea, also a producer, live on the outskirts of Philadelphia with their two children.