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Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan

The Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan is a reasonable solution for those in the West who face the threat of attack by a bear or other dangerous animal.

Ruger Redhawk

Ruger’s Redhawk .44 Magnum revolver was “an entirely new firearm, the most significant advance in heavy-frame double action revolvers in many decades.”

Tested: Ruger GP100 Seven Shot Revolver

In selecting a handgun for protection, oftentimes double-action revolvers are dismissed as choices due only to their limited capacity. But that has changed somewhat, as viable, familiar wheelgun platforms have, of late, been updated with increased-capacity cylinders.

Tested: Smith & Wesson Model 19 Classic Revolver

It was a gun so perfectly suited for law enforcement use that it was nicknamed the “Peace Officer’s Dream Sidearm.”

Review: Colt King Cobra

Don’t fret if you can’t afford a vintage Snake Gun—a new generation has arrived. The powerful but portable Colt King Cobra .357 Mag. is back with enhanced performance and a lower price.

Review: Taurus Raging Hunter

Once a rarity, pistols with optics have become commonplace in both the sport shooting and defensive carry realms. One such revolver equipped for optic-mounting is the Taurus Raging Hunter.

Colt Python Review

The Colt Python magnum revolver has returned in all its glory and now features upgraded internals that lend the most famous of “snake guns” a new lease on life.

Review: Kimber K6s DASA 4" Combat Revolver

Kimber expanded its revolver lineup with a lengthened barrel and adjustable sights, as well as improved grips that make it a great shooter.

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.

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