Gun of the Week: Ruger 77/357

Gun of the Week: Ruger 77/357

Ruger 77/357

Being able to feed a long gun and a handgun from the same box of cartridges can reduce ammo costs, and is one of the oldest, most tried-and-true shooting concepts in the industry.

Bond Girl

Ashley West from the A Girl and a Gun organization proves that women can and do know as much about the way a firearm operates as their male counterparts, as she demonstrates the features of the Bond Girl firearms by Bond Arms.

9x23 mm & .357 Sig

In the 90s, two rounds firing 9 mm diameter bullets were introduced-the 9x23 mm and the .357 Sig. One made it, and one didn’t.

9 mm versus .357 Sig

The 9 mm and the .357 Sig are both excellent self-defense rounds. One is more powerful, while the other is more popular.

Ruger's New GP100 Revolver

Want to know why Ruger's revolvers are still so popular? It's self-explanatory when you check out the new GP100, which offers features the modern shooter will appreciate.

SIG Sauer 1911 .38 Super

SIG Sauer has created quite a buzz around the competitive shooting circuit by introducing a 1911 pistol in the popular .357/.38 Super calibers.

Smith & Wesson .357 Registered Magnum

Today, gun registration is anathema to those who understand the genius of the Second Amendment and its importance to the protection of our collective and individual freedoms. However, in 1935, the best shooters and most discriminating handgun enthusiasts were eager to register a certain type of revolver-the Smith & Wesson .357 Registered Magnum.

Justification for Existence: The .41 Rem. Mag.

Is the .41 Rem. Mag. a has-been cartridge? What's your take?

North Carolina State Highway Patrol Selects SIG Sauer P226 in .357 SIG

The SIG Sauer P226 came out on top for its reliability, accuracy and durability.

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