The latest addition to Smith & Wesson’s Combat Magnum family is a .44 Mag. with a 2.75-inch barrel.
Webley handguns were modified to shoot the ACP cartridge, but if you have an original unmodified Webley in .455, the latter (r.) can be purchased or made.
The iconic 1911 maker rolls into the revolver business with their K6sS DCR.
The Hunter Model is offered in .44 Magnum and a Davidson’s Gallery of Guns exclusive chambered to .41 Magnum.
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