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Handgun Sights: Then & Now

Sights have changed a lot on handguns in the last 200 years. Wiley Clapp walks through what became important and why.

New for 2021: Taylor's & Company ACE

Taylor's & Company developed its ACE pistol as a short-barreled, carry-ready model based on the iconic Model 1858 Remington revolver.

New for 2020: Davidson's Exclusive 1873 Revolvers

Davidson's line of exclusive distributor offerings now includes two attractive single-action revolvers made by Pietta.

Review: Uberti 1851 Navy Conversion in .38 Spl.

Uberti USA’s “Outlaws & Lawmen” series creates the gun that "Wild Bill" Hickok might have packed, had he not been dealt the Dead Man’s Hand in Deadwood.

Book Review—The Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver

Author Charles W. Pate has again provided the gun collecting community with another remarkable tome, this time on the most popular revolver of the Civil War era.

I Have This Old Gun: Winchester Model 1866 Center-Fire Carbine

In 1857, when Oliver Winchester formed the New Haven Arms Co., he inherited the misfire-prone Volcanic lever-action.

The Keefe Report: Welcome to the Snark Tank—I Don’t Actually Hate Colt’s

A reader questions Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe about his seemingly sarcastic commentary on outdoor television regarding Colt firearms, prompting this reply.

Tested: Cimarron Firearms Bad Boy .44-Mag. Revolver

The Cimarron Bad Boy is a ready-to work .44 Mag. intended for handgun hunting and defense against dangerous game while on the trail.

I Have This Old Gun: Colt Model 1855 Revolving Carbine

Although we think of Colt percussion revolvers as being an open-top design, there was one exception with a topstrap—the Colt 1855 Sidehammer Pocket Revolver.

Keefe Report: Hell on Wheels Sixgun

As season five of AMC’s popular “Hell on Wheels” winds down for the year on Saturday at 9 p.m., the guns used in the show have been the source of questions—TV guns always are.

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