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Roosevelt Revolver Fetches $1.4 Million

President Theodore Roosevelt’s ornately engraved Colt revolver sold for $1.4 million during Rock Island Auction Company’s December event.

10 Most Iconic Handgun Designs of All Time

Brad Fitzpatrick takes a look at the game-changing pistols and revolvers that have left a lasting impact on firearms history. These are the 10 most iconic handgun designs of all time.

Evolution of Defensive Tactics

In the defensive-equipment realm, we really have come a long way, baby.

The Importance of Securing Your Carry Gun

Your carry gun should be on your person or accounted for—locked in a safe or secure location—at all times.

The Military Sidearm: Its History & Necessity

There was a time when a military sidearm was considered more than just a pistol, and today's modern warfighters can still find a use for a solid fightin' pistol.

New for 2019: Colt King Cobra

Colt expanded its recently re-released revolver lineup again in 2019 with the launch of its new King Cobra in .357 Mag.

Fightin' Iron: Origins of the .41-Caliber Revolver

The origins of today’s .41-caliber pistol are older than you think. Here's a look past the .41 Mag. of Smith & Wesson fame to the .41 Colt developed in the late 19th century.

Range Review: Charter Arms Bulldog XL in .45 Colt

Charter Arms took its innovative manufacturing process and produced its Bulldog XL for fans of the .45 Colt, all at an easily affordable price.

Revolver Rivalry: Colt vs. Smith & Wesson

Think there’s friction between 1911 and Glock fans? That’s nothing compared to the original head-to-head of Colt and Smith & Wesson.

Audie Murphy's .45 Colt Revolver on Public Display

A .45 Colt revolver once belonging to WWII hero Audie Murphy is on display at the Cody Firearms Museum in Cody, WY.

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