Touring The Smith & Wesson Performance Center
Inside Smith & Wesson's factory, there's actually another factory! Here's an inside look at S&W's Performance Center, where production guns are tuned to fit specific needs.
The .38 Special: History & Performance
The .38 Smith & Wesson Special, designed in 1898, rocked the handgun realm with its ballistic performance making it a cartridge for the history books.
The Misunderstood .45 Colt +P
This lesser-known, high-pressure revolver cartridge provides a top-notch balance of performance and more manageable levels of felt recoil.
Making Modern Colt Revolvers
Colt re-entered the modern double-action revolver market in a big way, bringing back legacy designs like the Cobra, Python and Anaconda. These guns aren't made the old way, though. They're produced using the latest in cutting-edge manufacturing technology.
Taylor’s & Company: 'Keeping The Legend Alive'
From its true-to-history offerings such as the 1887 shotguns, double-barrel shotguns, cartridge and blackpowder guns, Taylor's & Company has a wide range of historical firearms and collectibles to choose from, including gun leather, vintage optics and accessories.
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.
150 Years Of The Colt Single Action Army
Initially developed as a dedicated sidearm for the U.S. military, the Colt Single Action Army became iconic as one of the tools that tamed the frontier and embodied the spirit of the American West.
Davide Pedersoli: Fine Historical & Sporting Arms
Davide Pedersoli launched the business bearing his name in Italy, at first specializing in the production of over-under and side-by-side shotguns for hunting. Word of the quality coming out of his factory quickly spread, though, and today the firm produces classic American firearms alongside other fine sporting guns.
Ruger's 'New' Vaquero: The Wiley Clapp Review
When re-introduced in 2005, after a short production pause, the new Vaquero marked a return to the smaller and lighter single-actions Bill Ruger built in the ’50s and ’60s. Many shooters prefer them for their speedier handling, and the latest gun has an improved action and finish.