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The Concealed-Carry Revolver: Is It Still Relevant?

In today's market of small-frame, lightweight, semi-automatic pistols, it's harder to make the case for the concealed-carry revolver. But there's still a case to be made.

Review: Magnum Research 'Thunder Snub' BFR in .45-70 Gov't.

A snub-nose revolver chambered in .45-70 Gov't.? Is such a thing possible? With Magnum Research's customizable BFR line, it is. Check out our results here.

Happy Trails Children's Foundation Silver Screen Legend Drawing

Dedicated this year to Dale Evans, the "Queen of the West," this drawing includes a matched pair of "America Remembers Dale Evans-Happy Trails" Colts, in .45 caliber with 5.5" barrels, stag grips, and gold cylinders and screws.

Packing the Smith & Wesson Model 69 Combat Magnum

Outfitted with a snubby 2.75" barrel, this five-shot, .44 Mag. K-Frame can be comfortably carried concealed in town or on the trail.

An Old Friend: Colt New Frontier .22/.22WMR

The author reflects on one of his early gun purchases in the 1970s, a Colt New Frontier revolver.

Smith & Wesson Reintroduces Model 648 Revolver

The K-frame revolver now features an eight-round capacity and is chambered in .22 Magnum.

Ruger Introduces Custom Shop Super GP100 Competition Revolver

Ruger's new 8-round, Custom Shop Super GP100 competition revolver is a traditional Ruger revolver ready to compete, right out of the box.

Tested: Ruger's Blued SP101 .357 Mag. Revolver

For the first time ever Ruger is offering this potent, packable 5-shot snubby in a blued steel finish.

Classic Wheelguns: 5 Reasons to Buy a Smith & Wesson Highway Patrolman

At any given moment there are firearms on the market that are conspicuously undervalued.

Ruger Introduces SP101 with Blued Alloy Steel Finish

Ruger has introduced the blued Ruger SP101 chambered in .357 Mag.

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