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Review: Charter Arms .41 Mag Pug

The Charter Arms Mag Pug revolver hits harder than a .357 Mag. without bulking up...

NRA Gun of the Week: Taurus Raging Hunter

Watch this week's feature NRA Gun of the Week video about a Taurus double-action Raging...

5 New Revolvers Seen at SHOT Show 2020

Revolvers are rolling at SHOT Show 2020, and American Rifleman contributors scoured the show floor...

6 Big-Bore Handguns for On-the-Trail or In-Town Carry

What are the most potent yet practically portable Trail-To-Town guns on the market today?

Handloading The .44-40 Win.

Introduced in the Model 1873, the .44 Winchester Central Fire, as it was originally called,...

Tested: Ruger Redhawk 8-Shot .357 Mag. Revolver

Enjoy increased ammunition capacity, less recoil and more affordable ammunition with the latest compact version...

Taming the New Bond Arms Texan with Mag-Na-Port

This year marks the arrival of the long awaited 6” barrel and the option of...

America's Top 5 Handgun Cartridges

Handgun aficionados are as loyal to their favorite cartridges as their riflemen counterparts.

A Look Back at the Ruger Vaquero

Intended at first for the cowboy action shooter market, this modern rendition of the iconic...

Tested: Herter’s Select Grade Brass Case Ammunition

Want to know more about Herter's Select Grade Brass Case ammunition? Read on.

Lipsey's Exclusive Ruger Bisley Super Blackhawk .44 Mag.

This short-barreled single-action packs a punch for personal protection in the great outdoors.

Smith & Wesson Model 29

First introduced as the Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum in 1955, the Model 29 was...

The Super Mags

In the very earliest days of International Handgun Metallic Silhouette Association, one of its founding...

S&W’s Big .44

Developed in 1954 and '55 and announced in January of 1956, Smith & Wesson's .44...