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First Look: Diamondback Sidekick Rimfire Revolver

Diamondback Firearms is introducing the Diamondback Sidekick, a 9-shot, single- and double-action rimfire revolver that has an interchangeable swing-out cylinder.

I Carry Spotlight: American Firearms

Today on "I Carry" we have a special Independence Day Spotlight on uniquely American firearms. From large-format pistols to massive revolvers and bespoke 1911s, these are some truly American firearms.

5 Best Rimfire Loads for Self-Defense

Rimfire cartridges offer better personal defense capabilities than many folks give them credit for. Richard Mann takes a look at five of the best rimfire loads for self defense.

First Look: Viridian Grip Laser for NAA PUG-D

Viridian Weapon Technologies recently introduced the Grip Laser for the North American Arms .22 Magnum PUG-D revolver.

The New Gun Owner's Guide to Handgun & Rifle Calibers

If you’re new to the shooting world, there are a lot of things that can be confusing about ammunition, firearms, and calibers. Here’s a guide to help ease some confusion.

6 Best Revolvers for Concealed Carry

If you're looking for a revolver to carry on an everyday basis, these five options are among the best on the market.

Review: Smith & Wesson Model 648

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.

New for 2019: Smith & Wesson Model 648

One of the classic rimfire guns in the Smith & Wesson lineup for years, the Model 648 is officially back in production, providing rimfire fans with a wheelgun chambered in .22WMR.

Range Review: Ruger Precision Rimfire Magnum in .17 HMR

Ruger expanded its Precision Rimfire rifle lineup in 2019 with new magnum offerings. We got our hands on the .17 HMR model to see how it performed.

Using .22 Magnum for Self-Defense

In a situation where you might have to shoot to save your life, any gun is better than no gun. But how does the .22 Magnum stack up to other options?

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