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First Look: Kimber K6s Stainless 3-Inch Revolver

One of Kimber's 2017 introductions include a stainless 3-inch barreled model of its popular K6s revolver.

First Look: Magnum Research Case-Hardened Desert Eagle

One of the Desert Eagle models released by Magnum Research in 2017 is this case-hardened variant, a different take on the typically tactical pistol.

Review: Smith & Wesson Model 66 & Model 69 Combat Magnums

Smith & Wesson reintroduced the Combat Magnum revolver with a K-frame Model 66 .357 Mag. and an L-frame Model 69 in .44 Mag. Are they the right fit for you?

Review: Magnum Research Desert Eagle L5 in .357 Mag.

Only in the world of the Desert Eagle is a 50-ounce firearm the “lightweight” variant, but the L5 model from Magnum Research still packs a punch in .357 Mag.

Range Review: Kimber K6s 3-Inch Revolver

Following on the heels of its first-ever revolver, Kimber added a new model to its lineup, complete with a 3-inch barrel. See how this version stacks up in our range review.

Snubbie Ballistics: .38 Special vs. .357 Magnum

Is a .357 Magnum fired from a snubnose revolver really no different a standard .38 Special? With some testing, this is an easy question to answer.

Rossi Issues Voluntary Recall for Select Revolvers

If you own a Rossi revolver, check the guns listed in the voluntary-recall notice here to see if your particular model qualifies for service.

New for 2018: Ruger Blued Alloy-Steel SP101 Revolver

Responding to consumer requests, Ruger announced the company's first-ever SP101 revolver with a blued finish.

8 New Revolvers for 2019

Though striker-fired, polymer-framed pistols certainly dominate the handgun market, revolvers still have a prominent place. Here are the latest and greatest options for 2019.

The Return of the Pistol-Caliber Carbine

The pistol-caliber carbine market is hot right now, but Sheriff Jim reports that this is nothing new under the sun. They've always been handy, go-to options for defensive and duty use.

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