The Colt .45
The most recognized item in any Texas Ranger's wardrobe, outside his circular Silver Star badge, has to be his sidearm.
Colt History: A Look Back At The 1911
Officially called the Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911, John Browning’s masterpiece is as popular and practical today as it was 100 years ago.
Smith & Wesson Governor
Smith & Wesson takes on the Judge with its new Governor-a six-shot large-framed revolver capable of chambering not only .410 shotshells and .45 Colt, but .45 ACP.
Bond Arms Ranger II
Derringers have filled the small handgun role for many years, and Bond Arms Ranger II is a modern version of this iconic firearm.
More on +P Ammunition
After I wrote about about +P ammunition a while back, there were several reader responses. For that reason, I have dug into the matter again to come up with more data on the subject.
Handgun Rounds in Rifles
In the 1870s, an interesting phenomenon burst on the firearms scene. Cartridge firearms had been in use since the mid-50s, but most of the early ones were small calibers that were plagued with problems.
The Impressive .45 Colt/.410 Handguns
The .45 Colt/.410 handgun market has been driven and defined by the popular Taurus Judge series of double-action revolvers. With the success of the Judge, other manufacturers have released new or redesigned models in order to provide dual-caliber shooting options for this growing segment of the market. Here are some of the models currently available:
Centennial Revolver Cartridges
Centennial denotes a period of 100 years. When those 100 years are identified as a specific period, such as 1901 to 2000, it’s called a century.
An Ammunition First
For the first time in its history, Winchester has combine two different calibers into one box to satisfy the need a particular type of revolver.