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Part II: Can the Colt Python Pass the 2,000-Round Challenge?

Caleb Giddings takes Colt's new Python through the 2,000-round challenge to see how well it stacks up.

Can the Colt Python Pass the 2,000-Round Challenge? Part I

In this two-part series, Caleb Giddings takes Colt's new Python through the 2,000-round challenge to see how well it stacks up.

Drawbacks to the DA Revolver

Even though the DA revolver is a great option for a defensive firearm, there are a couple of issues that prospective revolver buyers should consider.

Reloading the Double-Action Revolver

Last week, Sheriff Jim talked about the trigger skills needed to master the double-action revolver. This week, he'll cover reloads for this self-defense option.

Review: Colt Cobra

The much-loved Colt Cobra revolver is back, and quite evolved from when we last saw it.

Double-Action Revolvers & Their Place in Personal Defense

More companies are offering double-action revolvers sized and built right for personal-defense use, but as Sheriff Jim outlines, there are a few elements that owners should be aware of.

Skills Check: Double-Action Dot Torture

If you find Dot Torture to be too easy, try it with a double-action revolver.

Review: Smith & Wesson PC Model 19 Carry Comp

One of Smith & Wesson’s latest wheelguns from its Performance Center offers a new twist on the quintessential K-frame. Here's a look at the new Model 19 Carry Comp.

Review: Smith & Wesson Model 360 .357 Mag. Revolver

With the launch of the Smith & Wesson Model 360 Airweight revolver, chambered in .357 Mag., the iconic S&W J-frame gets an update.

6 Essential Practice Tips for a Concealed-Carry Revolver

Compact revolvers are popular concealed-carry choices. But, are your practice habits priming you for failure? Here are six tips to follow during your range sessions.

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