Though never as popular as the .357, .44 or even .41 Mag., the .401 Powermag offered superlative performance in a .40-caliber revolver.
The .327 Fed. Mag. is a cartridge worthy of respect, as these tests demonstrate.
This .32 H&R Mag. load penetrates farther than any previously tested offering in that caliber.
The .327 Fed. Mag. offers a lot of advantages, but how does a hard-cast bullet perform in the versatile cartridge?
With a bit of technique and lots of practice, you can use your pistol to get hits out to 300 yards and beyond.
A perennial favorite double-action wheelgun is now available in a versatile new chambering.
Slim and none. That prose describes, respectively, the width of the new Glock G43 and the problems we encountered with it.
Ruger introduced the Ruger LCR in .327 Fed. Magnum, the newest variation of the revolutionary LCR.
History repeats itself within many undertakings. This is especially true with regard to handgun ammunition.
Ruger’s newest offering in its LCR revolver line offers potent power in a small package.