Dan Wesson

Dan Wesson Firearms: Quality Revolvers & M1911s

It was the Model 715 that bolstered sales significantly and, more importantly, established Dan Wesson Firearms as a top innovator in the marketplace.

Loading Bench: Rifle Loads For The .44 Remington Magnum

The variety of available bullet weights and styles make the .44 Mag. a versatile cartridge, and a rifle with a relatively fast rifling twist can accurately fire all of them. Read on:

Review: Culina Custom Revolver Grips

Culina Grips makes a selection of hand-crafted wood grips for Smith & Wesson revolvers, allowing wheelgun enthusiasts grip options that are not only aesthetically beautiful, but fully functional as well.

Colt's .44 Mag. Anaconda Returns

The modern era of powerful handguns began with Smith & Wesson’s 1935 introduction of the .357 Magnum. That company’s major competitor, Colt, also came along with Single Action Army (SAA) models in .357 Mag. before World War II and double-actions a few years later.

Ruger's Redhawk: A Durable Double-Action Revolver

Ruger introduced its popular .44 Mag.-chambered Redhawk—a double-action/single-action revolver—in 1979 and it remains one of the most popular wheelguns on the market to this day.

Favorite Firearms: A Bear-Country Blackhawk

In the early 1990s, I packed everything that I owned into an old Toyota Celica and moved to Juneau, Alaska, where I had taken a job flying seaplanes for the summer.

Review: Marlin 1894 Dark

Marlin introduced a new addition to its Model 1894 series in 2019 with the 1894 Dark, which brings a tactical edge to the classic lever-action rifle.

Editor's Choice: Henry Repeating Arms X Model

Henry Repeating Arms took a big step forward with its popular lever guns last year by introducing models with side loading gates in addition to the removable tubular magazine liner.

Review: Magnum Research Desert Eagle

Nearing 40 years of continuous production, the Magnum Research Desert Eagle has become one of the most iconic firearms in existence.

A Hard Look at Henry Lever-Actions

A relatively young company, Henry Repeating Arms has risen to become a significant maker of American long guns—and it did so primarily with lever-action rifles. Here’s an in-depth look.

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