Campbell 45 Colt 1

The .45 Colt: History and Performance

From the Single Action Army to various other revolvers and lever-action rifles, the .45 Colt cartridge has more than a century of history and is still a favorite of many enthusiasts today.

NRA Gun Of The Week: Colt's Anaconda

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman staff test out Colt’s large-frame Anaconda revolver in .44 Mag. Check it out.

Preview: 1791 Gunleather RVHX Thumb Break Revolver Holster

The latest revolver holster from 1791 Gunleather is designed to give you a comfortable, secure platform for everyday carry.

Book Review: The Colt Walker Army Revolver

NRA National Firearms Museum Senior Curator Philip Schreier reviews "The Colt Walker Army Revolver" by Charles W. Pate.

Dry-Fire Practice Tips For Your Double-Action Revolver

For those who own and carry a double-action revolver, dry-fire practice can help build skills with trigger control and improve accuracy.

NRA Gun of the Week: Charter Arms Professional

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman staff are checking out a sixgun from Charter Arms that utilizes a hybrid frame design built with aluminum to be lightweight and features the company’s Blacknitride+ treatment.

Rifleman Q&A: Puzzled By S&W Revolver Markings

A gun's markings will reveal specialized information that is pertinent to its identification, manufacture and origin. Contributing Editor John F. Treakle chimes in to help identify one peculiar Smith & Wesson Model 10-7 revolver.

Best Seller: Smith & Wesson Model 642

The Smith & Wesson Model 642, a classic J Frame design, was the fourth most sold revolver of 2021.

Review: Charter Arms Professional

Since the founding of Charter Arms in 1964 by Douglas McClennahan, the company’s series of affordably priced, compact, double-action revolvers has continued to grow in both its diversity of models and frame sizes.

DIY Custom Heritage Mfg. Rough Rider Revolvers

The Heritage Manufacturing Inc. Rough Rider rimfire line of revolvers can be customized and changed without a gunsmith, allowing owners to do their own alterations to it with parts from Heritage.

Page 1 of 48

Interests



Subscribe to the NRA American Rifleman newsletter