Smith & Wesson Model 350 revolver facing right

First Look: Smith & Wesson Model 350 Revolver

Smith & Wesson brings the 350 Legend cartridge to its X-frame revolver line.

The Webley MK VI Revolver

Britain’s .455-caliber handgun used in two World Wars looks a bit different from its American counterpart.

I Carry: Smith & Wesson Model 638 Revolver in a Galco Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have a Smith & Wesson Model 638 J-frame revolver carried in a Galco Front Pocket Horsehide holster along with a Nebo Inspector 500+ flashlight.

The Model 1895 Nagant Revolver

The current war in Ukraine has populated the internet with an abundance of images that have piqued the curiosity of firearm and militaria collectors worldwide. Photos with captions like: “Russians fighting with 19th century muskets” are disingenuous at best when the accompanying illustration is of a soldier with a bolt-action Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant with a sniper scope—an effective rifle in any century.

Colonel Rex Applegate

For me, one of the many bonuses of this gunwriter business has been the opportunity to meet and become friends with a number of the firearm enthusiasts of an earlier generation; legendary figures such as Frank Hamer Jr., Bill Jordan, Bill Toney, Col Walter Walsh and the subject of this column: COL Rex Applegate.

A Popular Defense Gun of Yesteryear

Sheriff Jim reminds us that you don't know where you're going until you know where you've been.

First Look: Colt King Cobra Target 22 LR

The look and feel of an iconic .357 Magnum revolver, the fun and easy shooting of 22LR.

The Revolver Renaissance

Don’t call it a comeback. Revolvers remain an extremely popular and effective choice for self-defense, and manufacturers, trainers and consumers are reacting to that fact.

Colt Python 3-inch

Is it my fault? Maybe. You see, two years ago when Colt introduced its new Python revolvers at a Gunsite media event, I was let in on a secret. After signing my life away in a non-disclosure agreement, I was told the next revolver would be an Anaconda chambered in .44 Mag. (it was) and, following that, a 2.5-inch-barreled Python. 

First Look: Taurus 856 Executive Grade Revolver

Sporting a custom-tuned trigger, walnut grips and a stainless steel finish, it's the everyday carry revolver you've been waiting for.

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