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Review: Charter Arms Professional

Since the founding of Charter Arms in 1964 by Douglas McClennahan, the company’s series of affordably priced, compact, double-action revolvers has continued to grow in both its diversity of models and frame sizes.

Ruger GP-100: A Popular Double-Action Revolver

The Ruger GP-100 made GunBroker's Top 10 revolvers list, and for good reason. Here's why it's one of the most popular revolvers bought and sold today.

Review: Ruger Super GP100 Competition 9mm Revolver

In this review we take a look at the Ruger Super GP100 Competition revolver chambered for the rimless 9 mm cartridge.

NRA Gun of the Week: Ruger Custom Shop Super GP100 Competition

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” NRA’s American Rifleman staff delve into a competition-ready GP100 from Ruger’s Custom Shop.

Tested: HSM Pro Pistol Hunter Ammuntion

The idea is to take a factory cartridge, insert said cartridge into single-shot handgun and make a one-shot kill at an ethical distance on a whitetail deer.

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?

Packing the Smith & Wesson Model 69 Combat Magnum

Outfitted with a snubby 2.75" barrel, this five-shot, .44 Mag. K-Frame can be comfortably carried concealed in town or on the trail.

Wiley Clapp: Guns They Oughta Make—5-inch S&W Model 686

There is a S&W revolver that I regard highly and would like to see a variation thereof.

Quintessential Guns and Gear for the Camping Enthusiast

Ready for some summer camping excursions? Here are some ideas from American Rifleman to get your pack (or truck) ready to roll.

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?

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