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Loading the .357 Magnum

A brief history of the development of the .357 Magnum cartridge along with tips and...

The .44 Special: History & Performance

Here we take a look back at the history of the .44 Smith & Wesson...

Merwin Hulbert & Co. Guns: Forgotten Western Revolvers

Merwin Hulbert revolvers were innovative in design and beautifully made, but the company was plagued...

A Look Back at the .44 Special

As the 20th century was about to debut, the brass at Smith & Wesson decided...

General Grant’s Magnificent Set of Lost Remingtons

A recent discovery brings to light a pair of Remington New Model Army revolvers that...

NRA National Sporting Arms Museum

Guns associated with President Theodore Roosevelt, his friends and family, help to tell the story...

A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson Model 24

The large-framed revolver built to handle the then-new .44 S&W Spl. cartridge would be called...

Remington Goes To War

Though mainly thought of as a maker of sporting arms, Remington was never a company...

I Have This Old Gun: Elmer Keith’s Single Action Army

At first glance, it would be easy to misconstrue this well-used first-generation Colt Single Action...

A Look Back at Merwin & Hulbert Revolvers

These revolvers were innovative in design and beautifully made, but the company was plagued by...

4 Favorite Forgotten Handgun Cartridges

Despite the prolific popularity of particular pistol and revolver cartridges, several excellent options are hanging...

America's Top 5 Handgun Cartridges

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

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

Out of production and somewhat obscure, the Smith & Wesson Model 29 was once well...

Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action First Model

John Wesley Hardin was carrying a S&W .44 Double Action First Model when he was...

Double-Action Revolvers & The Old West

While not as popular as single-actions, double-action revolvers played a role in the Old West.