RIMFIRE HANDGUNS

Finding The Cure

Don’t deny yourself a cure for your case of FFS. Help is but a click or call away.
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S&W’s Performance Center

If there’s anything handier for setting up housekeeping than a good .22 I don’t know what it is. The first gun I ever shot was a Harrington & Richardson...
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Bullseye Shooting?

If you were to mention competitive handgun shooting many years ago, no one had to ask if you meant USPSA, IDPA, PPC, cowboy action, metallic silhouette, NRA...
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Precision Shooting

These days a handgunner interested in competition shooting is likely to be attracted to the action/practical shooting sports. Such sports are dynamic,...
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Volquartsen's LLV-4...

The Volquartsens are, as a company and as people — sterling. Scott Volquartsen is young enough to have plenty of energy, but seasoned enough to read the...
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Rimfires: Your Secret Weapon?

People seem always to be looking for the “secret,” the magical easy shortcut to shooting skill. Or, they think only a person with extraordinary physical...
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Exclusive: A Victory from...

Meet the SW22 Victory from Smith & Wesson. According to the company, “the new SW22 Victory is a fully featured .22 LR pistol with a convertible design...
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.22 LR Conversion

"Practice makes Perfect." It sounds like a great axiom for shooters, however it is simply not true! What is closer to the truth is Perfect Practice makes...
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Almosts: The .22 Double Deuce

Back in the early 1980s, Charles J. Bailey had a really good idea — a small .22 auto pistol very similar to the Walther TPH, but different mechanically....
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Exclusive: The Reising .22...

Some 40-plus years ago I had occasion to throw a stop on a car when I was a cop, the end result of which was the discovery of a Reising Model 50 .45 ACP...
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NAA Sidewinder

You’re likely familiar with North American Arms, the makers of the near-legendary tiny stainless steel single-action .22 caliber revolvers. Thousands ride...
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Exclusive: Smitten with...

When it comes to concealed carry choices, I like calibers that start with a 3 or a 4, as in .357 Magnum or .45 ACP. Other calibers are acceptable within...
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Truly Tiny Handguns

It’s embarrassing to admit, but my first concealed carry pistol back when dinosaurs roamed the plains was an FIE Titan in .25 ACP. We had no money and my...
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Handgun Hunting Small Game

The latest statistics show small game hunting is on the decline. Perhaps there are a number of reasons for this, including loss of hunting areas. There are...
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More Ways To Play:...

When his Editorship asked me to write a piece about guns that are fun to shoot, cost effective and light recoiling, but weren’t .22 caliber, I had to...
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