For serious sixgunning, there's nothing like Ruger's most shootable sixgun. Here are a few of the company's Bisley models.
One of the evergreen debates is the best “adventure” or “backwoods” sidearm, most often in the guise of some form of powerful caliber suitable for engaging a non-human apex predator, usually a bear.
We have truck guns, pocket guns, bear guns, BBQ guns … ever heard of a “hitting” gun?
This short-barreled single-action packs a punch for personal protection in the great outdoors.
Recently, I saw an old copy of a movie poster from the 1980s. The film was called “The Grey Fox” and starred the late Richard Farnsworth—a wonderful actor in an off-beat western set in Canada at the turn of the century.
The Bisley was a target version of the Single Action Army that was overshadowed by its more romanticized older brother.
Blending materials and design to create sensible big-game hunting revolver.