I Have This Old Gun: Smith & Wesson Triple Lock

For many, this gracefully configured hunk of steel represents the epitome of the modern double-action, even though the Triple Lock dates from 1908.

Tested: Hornady Lock-N-Load Iron Press

Hornady’s New Lock-N-Load Iron Press provides plenty of strength and versatility.

Field Tested: Identilock Biometric Trigger Lock

The Identilock trigger lock blends the speed of a biometric strong box with the portability of a trigger lock.

Product Preview: Cold Steel Frenzy II Knife

Long but slender, the Frenzy II from Cold Steel is among the largest folding knives available that are still easy to carry.

This Old Gun: Smith & Wesson .455 Hand Ejector

For many, the Smith & Wesson Triple Lock, also known as the Hand Ejector First Model, represents the epitome of the modern double-action revolver, even though it dates from 1908.

Smith & Wesson's Triple Lock: A Look Back

The Triple Lock was the first Smith & Wesson revolver built on what is now called the N-frame—S&W’s N-frames have defined the modern wheelgun.

Smith & Wesson’s Three Hand-Ejector Revolvers

It all started in 1908 with Smith & Wesson’s innovative .44 Hand Ejector First Model, or as the company more stoically referred to it, the Smith & Wesson .44 Military Model of 1908. Today this gun is commonly known as the Triple Lock, arguably the most advanced—and in some ways the most over-engineered—handgun Smith & Wesson has ever produced.

Cannon Safe EMP Lock System

The Cannon Safe EMP Lock System provides fast, easy access, backed by the assurance of a manual combination lock.

Wipe off the Ugly

Guns don’t appear pristine and beautiful in our magazines without effort. In fact, a fair amount of work goes into making them look the way they do.

American Muskets Of The Revolution

While the longrifle gets most of the attention, the muskets used by militia and the Continental Line were the workhorses of the American Revolution.

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