Colt's Pythons: Then & Now
Colt's Pythons are some of the most iconic revolvers ever made, and the interest continues to build, especially given Colt's recent re-introduction of the Python revolver in 2020.
New For 2023: Liberty Ammunition OverWatch
Liberty Ammunition has announced OverWatch, an all-new ammunition line for 2023 designed exclusively for defensive use, whether for law enforcement and government objectives or civilian self-protection use.
New For 2023: Taurus USA 856 & 605 T.O.R.O. Revolvers
Following consumer demands for the platform, Taurus USA announced the launch of its first-ever optics-ready revolvers with the 856 and 605 T.O.R.O. models.
New For 2023: Rossi .357 Mag. Revolvers
For 2023, Rossi USA announced that it was back into revolvers in a big way. The company highlighted three new models that will be available in the coming year, with specific options oriented toward concealed carry and target shooting.
The First 50 Years Of Ruger's 'Flat Top' .44 Mag. Revolver
Introduced in 1956, Sturm, Ruger & Co., brought to life the .44 Rem. Mag through its storied “Flat Top” revolver, the Blackhawk. Read along as Field Editor Wiley Clapp chronicles 50 years of the Blackhawk along with field testing of special 50th anniversary edition of the New Model Blackhawk.
Rossi's Model R92: A Popular Brazilian-Made Lever-Action
The Rossi USA R92 line—based on the Winchester Model 1892—continues that tradition with versions that satisfy everyone from traditionalists who insist on the warmth of wood, to gun owners who demand modern touches.
Easy-Packin’ Powerhouses: The Taurus Defender 605 & Model 327
This latest pair of double-action revolvers from Taurus, descendants of its Model 856, represent an effective blend of quality and value from a maker with deepening roots in American manufacturing technology.
Favorite Firearms: A Long-Barreled Dan Wesson
I walked into a gun store and saw a pistol that I knew was right for me: a clean, sharp-looking Dan Wesson Model 15 in .357 Mag., with beautiful wood stocks and a 12" barrel that stuck out of a hole cut in the side of the original box.
U.S. M6: A Military-Grade Survival Gun
The U.S. military recognized early on that pilots forced down in relatively uninhabited regions of the world needed a compact survival rifle if they went down.
The .357 Magnum: History & Performance
Created by Smith & Wesson during the Great Depression, in the past eight decades, the .357 Mag. cartridge has seen no shortage in popularity nor the amount of models chambered for it.