Smith & Wesson’s re-introduced Model 648 chambered in .22 Magnum brings some interesting upgrades relevant to both the original purposes of the .22 LR revolver and the concerns of today’s citizens wanting to protect themselves and their families in an increasingly violent world.
There are plenty of ways to make sure your shotgun is safely stowed, yet close at hand.
More companies are offering double-action revolvers sized and built right for personal-defense use, but as Sheriff Jim outlines, there are a few elements that owners should be aware of.
How does an older, metal-framed semi-auto handle a modern-day testing regimen? Here's how the Smith & Wesson Model 5906 held up during 2,000 varied rounds.