Three Smith & Wesson revolvers

Is the Smith & Wesson J-Frame Still Relevant for Personal Defense?

Despite the passage of time, Smith & Wesson’s trusty J-frame revolver remains an excellent option as a backup gun and more.

Review: Springfield Armory Ronin 10 mm

Springfield Armory’s latest addition to its Ronin line combines all the superb craftsmanship and quality that consumers expect with the potent power of the 10 mm cartridge.

How the AR-15 Changed the Firearms World

From military service as a selective-fire variant to a proven hunting arm to the ideal home-defense rifle, the AR is perhaps the most important firearm of the last 6 decades.

TISAS 1911 U.S. Army 45

Looking for a modern-day version of the M1911A1? TISAS has both you and your wallet covered.

Why Triggers Have Different Sizes & Shapes

Everyone’s finger is different, so why should all triggers be the same? Tamara Keel explains why triggers have different sizes and shapes and how that benefits different styles of shooting.

Review: Colt Python Revolver in .357 Magnum

Colt’s latest wheelgun, the Python, is made for today’s revolver enthusiast who craves old-school style.

New Pistols for 2020

Red-dot-equipped pistols and concealed-carry offerings are still as hot as ever, but there's even more new in the handgun world for 2020.

New Revolvers for 2020

Reports of the death of the revolver have been greatly exaggerated.

Smith & Wesson J-Frames Explained

Ever wonder what the different names for Smith & Wesson J-frames meant? Here's a quick guide to the three main types.

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