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Review: Taurus 942 Revolver

Last year, Taurus USA replaced the Model 94 rimfire revolver series with the sub-nose Model 942 double- and single-action revolver line chambered in either .22 LR or .22 Mag.

The Concealed-Carry Revolver: Is It Still Relevant?

In today's market of small-frame, lightweight, semi-automatic pistols, it's harder to make the case for the concealed-carry revolver. But there's still a case to be made.

Tested: Taurus 856UL Ultra-Lite 6-Shot .38 Special Revolver

This budget-friendly snub gun successfully squeezes one more round into its cylinder without sacrificing its small-frame, concealed-carry profile.

Tested: North American Arms Ranger II Revolver

North American Arms (NAA) of Provo, Utah, has been manufacturing its signature single-action, rimfire Mini revolvers since the mid-1970s.

The Underappreciated .32 Magnums

The choice of carry handgun is often a trade-off between size, ammunition capacity and terminal effectiveness. So which is more important—expansion or penetration?

Tested: Colt Night Cobra Revolver

Colt has added the Night Cobra, differing from other Cobra offerings in a couple key ways, including a deep black matte finish.

5 New or Unusual North American Arms Mini Revolvers

The North American Arms Mini revolvers are among the smallest guns on the market today. Here are five new, unusual or underappreciated Mini models for your consideration.

Clapp: The Case for Hammerless Revolvers

Wiley Clapp makes a strong case for a particular class of firearm as a near ideal concealed carry/personal defense handgun—the hammerless revolver.

North American Arms NAA-22S Mini Revolver: A Short Review

This single-action revolver is a fully functional exercise in firearm miniaturization.

Great Gifts for Gun-Serious Girls

If you have a serious gun girl on your holiday shopping list, think beyond bullet jewelry or pink range bags.

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