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Snubbie Showdown: Comparing Polymer Revolvers

by Paul Scarlata 1

Like many of my contemporaries, when polymer frame pistols first hit the market, I looked upon them with a healthy… more »

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What’s on Your ‘What-If’ Gun Shopping List?

by James Tarr 29

If there has been one bright spot in the economy of the last several years, it has been in the… more »

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Thin Is In: Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Review

by James Tarr 33

Gun writers occasionally get to go to fancy events where manufacturers spend lavish amounts of money to debut a new… more »

This was my dad's Deaf Smith County Sheriff's badge, along with his S&W snubbie. The snubnose has "Charles A. Skelton, *Sheriff*, Deaf Smith County" engraved on the backstrap.

What’s Your Hideout Gun?

by Bart Skelton 69

Start talking about what handgun is best for a backup or hideout and chances are a fight will break out…. more »

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New Handguns – Day Four

by J. Scott Rupp 11

Alas, I had to spend much of the day on rifles and totally missed out on the new Smith &… more »

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The “Shelf Gun” for Home Defense

by James Tarr 61

I don’t know if I’m coining a new term or not when I talk about what I have decided to… more »

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Introducing The Smith & Wesson M&P Shield

by James Tarr 65

Here’s our first look at the brand new pistol from Smith & Wesson, the M&P Shield.  I had an opportunity… more »

The Media Day at the Range event held annually at the SHOT Show is also a great place to hear lots of "Facts" about firearms

Gunwriters Know Everything – Just Ask Them!

by James Tarr 5

I just returned from an event at Smith & Wesson where they showed a group of us gunwriters a cool… more »

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Revering the Revolver

by Bart Skelton 5

The revolver is a timeless piece of art. Since the invention of the Paterson, the revolver has been a solid… more »

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A (.38) Super Idea

by J. Scott Rupp 10

I was preparing Stan Trzoniec’s review of the STI Eagle prior to posting it on the website when I realized… more »

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