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Magnum Maximization

Ruger has upped the ante of chamber count in their Blackhawk and GP100 revolvers in .327 Fed.

Smith & Wesson Model 632 .327 Fed. Mag. Revolver

The S&W Model 632 is a good all-around gun that offers ammunition versatility and several features that allow for easy handling by both men and women.

Wiley Clapp/TALO Ruger GP100

Wiley Clapp follows up on his highly acclaimed Commander-size M1911 rework with an all-purpose double-action .357 Mag. revolver.

Smith & Wesson K-32

Wiley discusses the rise and fall of the Smith & Wesson K-32.

S&W Model I

This was S&W’s first side-swing cylinder revolver or, as they called it, a “Hand Ejector.”

Lipsey's Exclusive Ruger Single-Seven .327 Fed. Mag. Revolver

If this had been one of the first revolvers Ruger released in .327, it’s likely the cartridge would have developed a greater following.

A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson J-Frames

Big staying power comes in a small package.

Rising To The Occasion: Aguila Ammunition

Ammunition shortages are creating opportunities for lesser-known manufacturers. That’s certainly true for Aguila—one of the world’s largest rimfire producers and a maker of center-fire pistol and rifle cartridges and shotshells. Is Aguila a viable alternative? Read on.

5 Cool Caliber Conversions from Bond Arms

Take advantage of this pistol’s affordable caliber conversion barrels chambered for rimfire, revolver, semi-automatic and .410 shotshell cartridges.

A Look Back at the Colt Police Positive

Colt’s D-frame revolver was one of the most popular revolvers during the last century.

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