Smith & Wesson Model 638 revolver facing right

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.

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.

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.

Winchester Awarded U.S. Army Pistol Ammo Contract

Agreement includes producing 9mm, .38 Special and .45 ACP cartridges.

First Look: Taurus Defender 605 Revolver

Taurus updates its Defender series of revolvers with the 605, purpose-built as a concealed-carry revolver.

Bond Arms Roughneck Marking Compliance Recall

Bond Arms is issuing a recall for certain Roughneck firearms for marking compliance issues.

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.

Fightin' Iron: The Guns of George Mathews

Sometimes, custom gunsmiths don’t get credit where credit is due.

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