REVOLVERS

Fantastic Beasts

Those who took the time to fire the Rhino .357 Magnum discovered immediately Chiappa Firearms was onto something important for the self-defense market.
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Don’t Screw...

Built on a large-framed Ruger Bisley, I was using a favored heavy hunting load consisting of homegrown Lyman/Ideal 454424 cast bullets.
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Armscor's M200...

FMG's Roy Huntington takes a First Look at Armscor's M200 & M206 revolver series, ideal for self defense and concealed carry. Chambered in .38 Special,...
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Revisiting A Rebore

Behold — the revolver. It appears I have peers among you who also suffer — perhaps not quite the right word, there — from an affliction I...
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Sixgunnin’ The...

Call it fate, destiny or it just had to be. Whatever your choice, it was meant to happen. My favorite sixgun all these many decades has been a 7-1/2" Single...
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Taurus Raging...

The Taurus Raging Hunter in .460 delivers what the old adage describes as: “The rich man’s demand for quality and economy — and the poor man’s need...
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A Bond For A...

A couple decades ago, the modern two-shot derringer was little more than a novelty item gun collectors kept on display as a conversation piece. Two guns...
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Ruger's Wrangler...

Special Assignments Editor Roy Huntington looks at Ruger's new Wrangler revolver chambered in .22LR.
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Big Bore Snobbery

Charter Arms Bulldog XL in .45 Colt. Despite the snobbery, it is a legitimate big bore carry option.
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The Keith #5...

I’d venture to say the #5 is the most copied, imitated, sought after, and basis, for custom single-action sixguns. A #5 sixgun has its own traits. The...
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The Heritage...

A scant 1" barrel makes this Barkeep .22 caliber the ultimate concealable revolver.
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The Worst...

Anyone who has studied the history of military handguns must wonder how some ordnance officers formed their concepts of ideal handguns.
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A Combat Mini...

Beater guns make perfect project guns. A few years back, I had Ken Kelly of Mag-na-port International fame transform a beater of mine into something marvelous.
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The Sixgunner:...

A look at Taffin’s Top .45 Colt DA sixguns.
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Making the .38...

It wasn’t until Elmer Keith started experimenting with the anemic round when the .38 Special reached full potential. It was also the seed planted for...
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Vintage...

Bill said, “I’m thinking of a revolver my Daddy had, a little S&W Regulation Police. We still have some of daddy’s stuff stored and if I looked long...
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Novak Fitz...

An early Novak gun, this Mk VI Webley is a Fitz-Special style conversion designed for concealed carry. Chopped, bobbed and night sighted, it was ahead of...
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EDC Micro-Carry

A “micro-carry” system of the smallest practical gun and support gear I could find.
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Colt’s Most...

As odd as it may seem, some of the Colt SAA’s most popular chamberings have been developed by Winchester; as in Winchester Center Fire or as we know them...
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S&W's .38...

The old 1917 revolvers were dusted off yet the numbers were still far short. Smith & Wesson responded with a “Hand Ejector” .38 S&W Special revolver to...
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Learning the...

Prior to entering the Police Academy 36 years ago this month, I’d never shot a handgun. As a kid, I’d use crooked sticks shaped like handguns. Even...
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Cimarron’s...

In addition to .44 Russian/.44 Colt/.44 Special and .38 Long Colt/.38 Special in several variations, Cimarron also offers both a .45 Colt and a .45...
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Spiff Up Your...

It’s been a few years now since Ruger released their budget-priced Wrangler, and boy, has it made an impact from kids to cantankerous codgers!
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