The .357 Mag. is 75 years old, and Smith & Wesson is celebrating this important anniversary with a limited edition Model 27.
Accurate training and self-defense loads can be easily created for these popular revolver calibers.
The new SP101 in .357 Mag. features a 4.2-inch barrel, engraved walnut grip panels and HiViz sights.
For 32 years—from 1954 until 1986—the best deal in the Smith & Wesson catalog was the Model 28, a revolver built on the N frame and chambered for the .357 Mag. cartridge.
The policeman’s dream gun has a stainless steel cousin.
Wiley Clapp's patrolman friend once asked him for advice on which gun to purchase. His answer was, "as much as you can comfortably carry."
Based on Ruger's quarter-century old design, this new revolver has been slicked up and tricked out for IDPA competition and self-defense.
From an entirely new line to expansions to popular calibers of existing lines, Hornady has plenty to offer the handgunner.
Intended at first for the cowboy action shooter market, this modern rendition of the iconic single-action revolver has also found acceptance by many a backwoods traveler.
Handgun aficionados are as loyal to their favorite cartridges as their riflemen counterparts.