A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson Model 29
Few handguns have reached the iconic status of the Smith & Wesson Model 29. Its power, history and Hollywood appeal continue to inspire today’s shooters.
Don’t take that little handgun for granted. If you want it to be effective for self-defense, be willing to consider its weaknesses—and account for them.
Single Action Self-Defense
While semi-auto pistols and double-action revolvers are usually chosen for self-defense that doesn’t mean a single action won’t do the job.
Liberty Cross Limited Edition SAA Revolver Holster
The Liberty Cross is designed for the Single Action Army Revolver 4 5/8-inch barrel. (3/11/2013)
NAA Sidewinder .22 Mag. Mini Revolver
This diminutive .22 caliber revolver is the first NAA Mini with a swing-out cylinder, which should increase the popularity of the deep-concealment line.
Bond Arms Backup
The Bond Arms Backup features an improved trigger, and new caliber options in popular self-defense loads.
The fundamentals of self-defense are not natural to most folks, which is why the use of cover, communication and movement must be practiced.
Charter Arms 9 mm Pitbull Revolver
The Charter Arms 9 mm Pitbull allows the use of a popular self-defense semi-auto round in a revolver, without using moon clips.
A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson K-22
Shooters have always liked high-quality .22s, which is probably why the Smith & Wesson K-22 is such a highly sought after collector’s item. (11/13/2012)
French Model 1873 Revolver
The French were influential in early firearm development, and came up with one of the best double-action revolvers of time. (10/17/2012)
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