Ruger Wrangler

Ruger Wrangler With Birdshead Grip

Ruger expanded its Wrangler line of single-action revolvers to include models with a birdshead grip.

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: Heritage Mfg. Rough Rider TC

While one might not expect to find a threaded muzzle, Picatinny rail and fiber-optic sights on an Old West-style, single-action revolver, that's exactly what Heritage Manufacturing did with its new Rough Rider TC (Tactical Cowboy).

Review: Colt Anaconda Revolver

We cannot lie: Colt’s latest revolver oozes class—and power. The new Anaconda is impressive and tough.

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.

Bisley Grip Conversion: Tools, Tips & Techniques

Single-action revolver shooters have a great love for Bisley-style grips, due to its unique fit that helps to absorb recoil from heavy loads. Here's how to convert your wheelgun to this comfortable setup.

Skills Check: Single-Action Defensive Revolver Drill

Should you choose a single-action revolver for defensive purposes, it’s imperative to know how to run it well.

Classic Guns: Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Much attention is paid to the Colt 1911 pistol, and for good reason, but perhaps it's time we acknowledged the original Government .45: the Colt Single Action Army revolver.

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