First Look: New Firearms From Henry Repeating Arms
Henry rolls out a wheelgun with two choices of grips and new rifles as well.
First Look: Freedom Munitions X-DEF .357 Mag. Ammunition
Two new loads are now available in Freedom’s exclusive X-DEF line.
First Look: New Revolvers From Rossi
Three new wheel guns chambered in .357 Magnum or .38 Spl.
I Carry: Colt Python Revolver in a Galco Holster
In today's episode of "I Carry," we have a Colt Python .357 Magnum revolver carried in a Galco Speed Master 2.0 belt holster along with a Buck Knives Paradigm Shift pocketknife.
Fightin' Iron: Good, Better, Best
Moviegoers of 1950 enjoyed a motion picture with a unique plot twist. Rather than a tale of the trials and tribulations of a hero, we were treated to the travels and transfers of a gun. A big-budget Western starring Jimmy Stewart leading a large cast of well-known actors, “Winchester ’73” treated the gun as though it were a character. Its behavior (accuracy) established in the opening scene, succeeding scenes showed the gun used and misused, bought and sold, as it moved from owner to owner. An interesting story and well told, the film was fictional—the gun was not.
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.
Review: Korth Mongoose Revolver
The Korth marque may be alien to most American firearm enthusiasts, but the German company’s revolvers are among the finest firearms on the planet.
New for 2022: Taurus Defender .357 Mag. Revolver
Taurus improved upon its popular Model 605 with practical, concealed-carry-oriented features. The Defender features a longer barrel and enhanced sights than the original Model 605.
What’s the Deal With Caliber?
Caliber is a critical aspect of ammunition, but it is something that is also often misunderstood or misrepresented. As it relates to firearms, caliber by definition—according to Merriam-Webster—is either A: the diameter of a bullet or other projectile, or B: the diameter of the bore of a gun usually expressed in hundredths or thousandths of an inch and typically written as a decimal, such as .35 caliber.
Review: Federal .357 Magnum HammerDown Ammunition
Just because your pistol and carbine are chambered in the same caliber doesn’t mean they make the most of the same ammunition.