Snubby Ballistics

"Snubby"is a term that has crept into the shooter's lexicon to identify those revolvers with exceptionally short barrels. There is no sound reason why anyone would want to abbreviate a handgun barrel to a degree that would interfere with the gun's ballistic performance, unless they want to create a revolver that is easier to conceal in most clothing.

Taurus Model 605

At the first glance, the Model 605 B2 reveals key K.I.S.S. characteristics. Marketed in the small revolver line, the high-luster blued Model 605 B2 is not Taurus' smallest revolver, but weighing 24 ounces and measuring 6 1/2 inches long and slightly more than 4 3/4 inches tall, it makes for an easy carry option.

.357 Mag. Wilson Combat 125-grain XPB

Wilson Combat is offering the hardest-hitting .357 Mag. load we've tested.

Coonan Classic Gallery

Here's a close look at a 1911 gun enthusiasts have been talking about for years, and it's chambered in .357 Mag.

.357 Mag. Federal 180-grain JHP

If a recovered bullet could be described as pretty, this one would win the beauty pageant.

Eight-Shot Wheelguns

Today's higher-capacity wheelguns stay competitive with semi-automatics for many handgun applications.

SIG Sauer Shipping 1911 TACOPS in .357 SIG

SIG Sauer is now shipping its 1911 TACOPS platform chambered in .357 SIG.

SIG Sauer Ammunition .357 Mag. 125-Grain FMJ

Fans of the .357 Mag. have a new source of practice fodder.

Kimber K6s Revolver

There's a new wheelgun in town. From... Kimber?

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