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Smith & Wesson Model 29

There are only a few firearms whose legendary status is derived from the fact they can be defined by a single cartridge. One such handgun is the Smith & Wesson Model 29, which was never chambered for anything other than the .44 Mag.

The Lever Alternative

The time-honored lever-action rifle, long the star of many a Hollywood cowboy movie, isn't just a relic. There's a valid defensive role for this rifle even today.

Shooting Illustrated 2015 Golden Bullseye Handgun of the Year

Smith & Wesson's Model 69 revolver, in .44 Mag., is our Handgun of the Year.

Magnum Research Introduces Apocalyptic Desert Eagle

Should you ever find yourself surrounded by Zombies or other unworldly forces, the new Magnum Research Mark XIX Apocalyptic Desert Eagle certainly makes a good defense.

Why Carry a .44 Special Revolver?

Revolvers, especially those in .44 Special, continue to beguile American shooters, and with good reason.

Revolver Malfunctions: Tips & Troubleshooting

What can make a revolver malfunction? Revolvers, like any other machine, are susceptible to a number of scenarios. Here are a couple potential causes for your revolver malfunctions and how to fix them.

The .44 Magnum: A History

What began as a handgun round for hunters and outdoorsmen proved equally effective in combat.

Defensive-Handgun Cartridges

History repeats itself within many undertakings. This is especially true with regard to handgun ammunition.

Magnum Research Offers Desert Eagle Combo Package

If you're torn between different calibers in the Desert Eagle line, get the best of both worlds with this combo package.

Examining .44-Special Revolvers for Personal Defense

Revolvers, especially those in .44 Special, continue to beguile American shooters, and with good reason.

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