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Taurus Judge Ammunition: Feeding the Judge

Federal, Remington and Winchester have all developed self-defense loads for .45 Colt/.410-bore revolvers.

The Elusive .480 Ruger Super Redhawk

Ruger's unique big-bore hunting revolver offers an excellent balance of stopping power and manageable recoil.

Henry Steel Big Boy .44 Review

Enjoy the fun of shooting revolver cartridges in a handy rifle with practical features for outdoor adventures and hunting.

6 Guns To Look For In a Buyer's Market

This basic set of affordable, easy to find firearms will allow new shooters to explore a wide variety of the shooting sports.

Review: Charter Arms .41 Mag Pug

The Charter Arms Mag Pug revolver hits harder than a .357 Mag. without bulking up to a .44 Mag. size frame.

Ballistic-Gel Test: Magnum Research 'Thunder Snub' in .45-70 Gov't

After the first round of shooting, this Magnum Research "Thunder Snub" revolver chambered in .45-70 Gov't. underwent a round of gel testing.

Dirty Harry's Model 29: America's Shooting Star

Out of production and somewhat obscure, the Smith & Wesson Model 29 was once well known only to serious big-bore handgunners. Then in 1971, it became one of the most famous and desirable handguns of all time. Do you know why? Well, do ya?

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