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Counter-Intuitive Realities: Short-Barreled 1911s Are Harder to Conceal

Many realities in the shooting world seem counter-intuitive, like the fact that short-barreled 1911s are...

Snubbie Shortcomings: Making the Best of a CCW Revolver

Small revolvers are convenient and concealable, but they have some downsides. Here's how to address...

Reloading the Double-Action Revolver

Last week, Sheriff Jim talked about the trigger skills needed to master the double-action revolver....

Review: Kimber K6s

The Kimber K6s breathes new life into the revolver game, presenting a six-shot .357 Mag....

Snubnose Revolvers: Still Meeting Defensive Needs

The snubnose revolver, staple of 1950s cop shows, has a storied heritage and is still...

Two-Gun Carry: Considerations & Carry Options

Rather than carrying a reload, having a second gun can be a benefit to the...

Snubbie Ballistics: .38 Special vs. .357 Magnum

Is a .357 Magnum fired from a snubnose revolver really no different a standard .38...

Review: Kimber K6s .357 Mag. Revolver

The Kimber K6s breathes new life into the revolver game, presenting a six-shot .357 Mag....

Range Review: Kimber Ultra Covert 1911 Pistol

Shooting Illustrated used the new Kimber Ultra Covert 1911 pistol at Gunsite Academy and came...

5 Great Accessories for Your Revolver

Tap into your wheelgun’s tremendous versatility with these five products.

Five Things You Might Be Doing Wrong...

If you're helping a friend or significant other choose their first firearm, be careful not...

Snuffing Somber Snubbie Traits

Yes, snub-nose revolvers are light and compact, but that makes them one of the more...

Snub-Nosed Revolvers

We have gone through several successive years of intense development of concealed-carry handguns, the vast...

Smith & Wesson Model M&P340

Revolver or semi-auto? While most of today's shooters lean toward the latter for self-defense, there...

Charter Arms Southpaw

For cloistered lefties, like myself, the Charter Arms Southpaw provides sanctuary. The cylinder and ejector...