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Taurus Model 605 B2 Gallery

Taurus Model 605 B2

Chiappa Rhino and Revolver Nomenclature

I just finished editing Duane Daiker's review of the Chiappa Rhino set to appear in Shooting Illustrated's February 2011 issue (Daiker loved the gun, by the way), and I noticed something that drives us editors crazy.

Hammer or Hammerless

It's a choice everyone who carries a small-frame revolver faces, and one wheelgun advocate presents evidence that could help with the decision.

Guns for Gals

So you want to buy a handgun? I have a hard time recommending just one, but since I get this question all the time, here are some of my favorites.

Smith & Wesson's Affordable Handgun Art

Smith & Wesson's CNC-engraved handguns are reasonably priced works of art that won't shy away from carry or range sessions.

Bullitt

Last night I watched "Bullitt," the 1968 cop movie starring Steve McQueen.

Crossed-Thumbs Revolver Grip

Did you buy an ultra-lightweight or polymer revolver and find the recoil to be a bit harsh? If so, a crossed-thumbs grip may help.

Chiappa Firearm's Revolutionary NEW Rhino .40 Caliber

Chiappa Firearms debuts their new .40 S&W caliber revolver at 2012 SHOT Show Booth 16144 main Hall.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Bill Jordan was over the heads of most handgunners in ways other than the fact he stood 6 1⁄2 feet above the ground.

Revolver Reloads

Getting back in the fight with a wheelgun can be fast and efficient, but you need the right technique and frequent practice.

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