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I Carry Spotlight: Six Great 357 Magnum Revolvers

Since tomorrow is the Fourth of July, we wanted to bring a uniquely American episode, and figured that the .357 Magnum revolver is about as American as you can get (we covered the 1911 last year!).

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 hard to conceal than their larger format predecessors.

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 some of those shortcomings.

Mag-Load a Revolver: A How-To & Practice Drill

You can't reload a revolver with a 1911 magazine...or can you? Here's one thought-provoking method for stoking your snubbie.

Review: Kimber K6s

The Kimber K6s breathes new life into the revolver game, presenting a six-shot .357 Mag. wheelgun scarcely larger than many five-shot competitors.

Snubnose Revolvers: Still Meeting Defensive Needs

The snubnose revolver, staple of 1950s cop shows, has a storied heritage and is still a valid concealed-carry option.

Kel-Tec P-32: The Most-Influential Handgun in the Last 20 Years

Sometimes a small gun can have outsized effect. Here's why the Kel-Tec P-32 deserves more credit than it gets.

Skills Check: 'New York Reload' Revolver Drill

Fans of Jim Cirillo’s New York Reload would do well to practice this drill, which features a primary and a backup revolver.

Review: Beretta APX

Beretta’s APX pistol brings an entirely different, modern platform to the storied Italian gunmaker’s line.

Two-Gun Carry: Considerations & Carry Options

Rather than carrying a reload, having a second gun can be a benefit to the concealed carrier. Here are a few considerations and tips for those looking to add a second gun to their CCW kit.

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