A new Python, another wheelgun in .32 H&R Mag., a top-break .22 LR, a new Kimber and a couple new concealed-carry options bring a half-dozen new revolvers to market for 2020. If you're a fan of the wheelgun, 2020 is shaping up to be a great year for enthusiasts. Whether you're looking for a target model, smitten with nostalgia or just looking for a stalwart concealed-carry firearm, there's something for you in this roundup.
Charter Arms | Professional IV Fans of the .32 H&R Mag. have a new revolver in the Charter Arms Professional IV, which offers a carry-length 3-inch barrel, full underlug and sculpted wooden grips. It also features Charter’s flat-latch cylinder release and protected crane.
▶Wooden grips ▶Stainless steel finish ▶Full underling ▶Fiber-optic front sight
Colt | Python Colt adds to the class and accuracy potential of its Python with the addition of a 4.25-inch-barreled variant to the legendary lineup. For those wanting even more precision-shooting ability, a 6-inch version is also available.
North American Arms | Ranger II Featuring a new barrel length for the popular Ranger II, the 4-inch model contains a break-top barrel which ejects the shells as it opens, making it perfect for a quick reload as well as for concealed carry.
▶XS Tritium night sights ▶Rosewood grip ▶Spurred hammer ▶Break-top barrel
Taurus | 942 Based on Taurus’ popular 856 revolver, the 942 is a rimfire wheelgun perfect for training and plinking thanks to the abundance of .22 LR ammunition. The eight-round cylinder adds to its appeal for practicing the fundamentals.