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Ruger Redhawk

Ruger’s Redhawk .44 Magnum revolver was “an entirely new firearm, the most significant advance in heavy-frame double action revolvers in many decades.”

Heckler & Koch P2000

The P2000 V3 has a desirable blend of accuracy and controllability that makes it ideal for service, sport or licensed carry.

Ithaca Model 37 Featherlight

First offered in 1937, the all-steel Featherlight is an improvement on the basic Remington Model 17 shotgun design.

Browning Hi Power Pistol

Browning partnered with FN to create this legend.

Colt Mustang .380

A compact, but familar .380.

Buffalo Bill's Colt Revolver

The most illustrious owner of this scroll-engraved Colt with serial number 1 was the larger-than-life frontiersman called "Buffalo Bill."

The Rifleman’s Repeater

This is not your father's semi-auto.

Legacy Sports Citadel

Legacy Sports crams a lot of features into an entry-level 1911 pistol.

The Men & Guns of the “Battle of the Bulge”

The Bulge was a rifleman’s battle.

Wheelguns Still Work: Concealed Carry Revolvers

Semi-auto pistols may rule the self-defense handgun world, but don't relegate your revolvers to museums.

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