For nearly two centuries, revolvers have figured prominently in the handgun market, and consumer interest continues to remain high for these guns. From classic, single-action designs for range fun to potent, pocket-sized guns for personal defense, there's a revolver for every wheelgun fan in our new-for-2019 roundup. Though the concept itself is old, new released continue to provide expanded options for today's consumers, both in terms of innovation and price. Check out the latest and greatest in the revolver world here.
Charter Arms Pit Bull Now in a new caliber, the Charter Arms Pit Bull is chambered in .380 ACP while maintaining similar features to the original model, including easy cartridge-insertion and retention technology.
Kimber K6s DASA Big news in Kimber’s revolver world, as the K6s is now available with a hammer. Originally offered in DAO configuration with an enclosed hammer, now 2- and 3-inch models with external hammers are available for those who prefer the DA/SA operating system.
Korth Ranger Incorporating Korth’s interchangeable-cylinder system, the Ranger easily converts to 9 mm. It features a skeletonized barrel shroud for cooling, top and bottom accessory rails and a durable, black DLC coating.
North American Arms True Black Widow North American Arms brings an aesthetic change to its Black Widow by adding an all-matte-black PVD coating while keeping the option of fixed or adjustable sights, just like the original model.
Ruger Wrangler Building off the popularity of the company's popular Single-Six revolver, Ruger announced the introduction of an all-new, single-action revolver that's built inexpensively to give rimfire fans an affordable platform for plinking.
Standard Manufacturing S333 Thunderstruck Small in size and firing two rounds with each pull of the trigger, the S333 Thunderstruck is sure to create a loud boom as a double-barrel, double-action revolver in the concealed-carry market.