For today’s post, I ask that you to share your favorite handgun or rifle cartridge with your fellow readers. If you’re like me, there are many options that immediately come to mind; however, I invite you to mention just one, and to provide reasoning behind its selection. Some things to consider are: performance, availability, cost, associated firearms, etc. Have fun!
What's Your Favorite Cartridge?
Elbert Searle's Prototype Savage Squeeze-Cocker Pistol
Elbert Searle isn't one of the most well-known firearm designers, but his Savage Model 1907 and its derivatives were popular guns in their time. Now, a unique prototype pistol of his has been discovered, illustrating what else could have been in Savage's early 20th-century handgun lineup.
Spring Sales, Savings & Sweepstakes Ongoing
Special incentives from Hornady, Smith & Wesson and Beretta have already been come and gone, but they were just the first. Things have accelerated since.
I Have This Old Gun: Terry Carbine
One of the most interesting, and short-lived, breechloading designs of the mid-19th century is the Terry carbine, produced by the firm of Calisher & Terry. Despite its novel mechanism, the carbine didn't survive the transition to the metallic-cartridge era.
Favorite Firearms: A Birthday Gift From Dad
When I was growing up, my father was one of the bigger Smith & Wesson collectors in Northern California. This led him to have an acquaintance with Roy Jinks of S&W.
Make Mine Metal: The Alloy-Frame KelTec P15
When KelTec introduced its P15 at the 2022 SHOT Show, it had two models on display. One is the polymer-frame handgun that the accompanying review focuses on, and the second is nearly identical, except that its frame is rendered in aluminum alloy.
Product Preview: Cold Steel Engage 3.5"
Cold Steel offers its Engage EDC knife with a larger 3.5"-long blade made from durable, wear-resistant S35VN stainless steel.