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Magnum Maximization

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

A Half-Century of Service

The NRA Law Enforcement Division celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

Understanding .327 Federal Mag. Ballistics

The .327 Federal Mag. is not a better approach to achieving terminal performance; it’s just a different approach.

Rossi and Taurus Unite Legacies

When Taurus bought the rights to Rossi, their legacies united and opened the future for both.

Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector: A Look Back

A look back at the Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector, better known as the M&P or the Model 10.

The Super .38

The .38 Super has M1911 design and ergonomics, high-velocity and low recoil.

Gunsite Goes Handgun Hunting

Shooting academy launches course for handgun hunters.

Single-Action Shootout at Gunsite

Single-action revolvers once ruled the self-defense world. They still make sense.

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 38

Never a company to rest on its laurels, Smith & Wesson continues to refine the 174-year-old revolver design with its new Bodyguard.

The History of the .357 Magnum

There are lighter .357 Mag. revolvers to pack and more powerful, finely made revolvers to hunt with, but there will always be a place for an accurate, premium-built revolver with the power of the .357 Mag.

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