• Worth The Squeeze

    I’m not sure who at CZ came up with the idea of color-coding their match pistols, but it’s sure easier than remembering yet another sequence of numbers. In this case, I’m...

  • Bears, Cougars & Dirtbags Beware…There’s A New Sheriff In Town

    One can argue the revolver’s ascendancy as a weapon for self-defense was eclipsed decades ago by the autoloader. As someone who finally retired his five-shot, S&W 649...

  • Modernizing a Classic

    The Girsan High Power (trademarked using that exact spelling, so we’ll write “High Power” throughout this article when talking about this model specifically) is, like...

  • Legend Reborn: Springfield Armory SA-35 Hi-Power

    Now you can own one of history's most classic handgun designs, and in a package you won't be afraid to carry or take to the range. Springfield Armory releases the SA-35...

  • The Ruger American Pistol

    Ruger says about the new American Pistol: “Anything else would be un-American.” I think it’s more than a clever tagline.

Galco Underwraps Elite Belly Band

Galco UnderWraps Elite Belly Band

Galco’s UnderWraps Elite belly band—an update of the...

Bond Arms Stinger Fireball

Bond Arms Stinger "Fireball"

Chambered in .22 Magnum or .327 Fed Mag and weighing in...

CrossBreed Holsters Defender Pistol Case

CrossBreed Range Defender Pistol Case

CrossBreed Holsters has expanded its handgun support...

Making Your Revolver Personal

In nearly 60 years of handgunning, during which I’ve owned hundreds of revolvers, I’ve learned much about making them suitable for me personally....
Read Full Article Mike "Duke" Venturino
Pistols in the Wild Blue Yonder

From World War I through the Cold War, U.S. pilots chose to carry a pistol with them as they went out to fly and fight for their country.
Read Full Article Tom Laemlein
S&W Model 29 at 82 yards

Model 29 .44 Magnum revolver accuracy at 80 plus yards? Watch and listen to find out from FMG's Roy Huntington.
Read Full Article Roy Huntington
L.E. Wilson Headspace Gauges
L.E. Wilson Headspace Gauges

When reloading some .357 SIG the other day, it occurred to me how much I use a quiet and humble set of accessories on my reloading bench.
Read Full Article Tom McHale
Test Yourself Like the Pros

While “drills” is a word that summons up multiplication table flashcards and similar nightmarish thoughts, I have found one way to train, improve my...
Read Full Article Tom McHale
Bullseye! More Versatile Than You Think

Bullseye powder's main purpose is obvious. Just a pinch allows the shooting of light recoiling loads with a consistent velocity spread, providing accurate...
Read Full Article Jeff "Tank" Hoover
Be The Ball!

I had one particularly unfortunate soldier when I was stationed in Alaska. We’ll call him Billy. Billy was a good kid, but he grew up with a dearth of...
Read Full Article Will Dabbs, MD
Practical Go-To Gear

Practical gear may fluctuate on different hunting trips, but good lights will almost always be needed at some juncture. Regardless of what you carry in your...
Read Full Article Mark Hampton
Mastering the Finicky .32 ACP

The reason .32 ACP is hard to reload is there are two standards and the specs don’t entirely match. Here are some tips for casting your own.
Read Full Article Lindsey Bertomen
Colt King Cobra Target .22LR
Switched At Birth

My first thought when I picked up the Colt King Cobra Target .22 LR was, “Is this a mini-Python?” I had reason to wonder.
Read Full Article Frank Jardim

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Diligence And...

Thirty-two years ago, an 11-year-old boy would work all weekend on the family ranch — ignoring the blazing sun — so he could shoot a few magazines...
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Nighthawk Custom’s collaboration with the German makers of the astounding Korth revolver series has helped serve to rewrite expectations on what a...
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The Heckler &...

I have a friend who spent more than a decade as a CAG guy. CAG stands for Combat Applications Group. This week’s official designation is actually “Army...
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Retro Custom...

Custom gunsmiths are working overtime to create cool retro guns. The trend has been going on for a few years. It seems that gun owners are looking more to...
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Stealth Steel!

Many firearm users carry an edged weapon as a backup for their firearm should it fail, and many prefer to have some form of self-protection at the ready...
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Single Actions...

From 1836 through the Mexican-American War, the War Between the States, the great migration West and even up to the World War I era, the single-action...
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Be Prepared! Water for the...

There's one thing more essential to survival than food, and that's water. After all, it makes up about 50% to 70% of your body weight. This week, the Gun...
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Be Prepared! Food For the...

The Cranks are back! This time, for a multi-part series on emergency preparedness. Let's kick things off by talking about food. How much land does one...
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Should You Customize Your CCW?

How custom should your carry gun be? This week, the Cranks tackle yet another controversial topic — this time, at the suggestion of Roy Huntington.
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