Garry James - September 24, 2010
The U.S. military's first double-action sixgun with a swing-out cylinder proved to be a mixed...
Joseph von Benedikt - September 24, 2010
If you spend much time leaning on the counter of your local gun store, you may begin to wonder...
Dan C. Johnson - September 24, 2010
A custom five-inch .44 Magnum for camp or trail
Stan Trzoniec - September 24, 2010
If you love a gun with history, you might look at Smith & Wesson's Model 14.
Brian McCombie - September 24, 2010
The single-action .45 Colt revolvers and their detachable stocks were real.
James Tarr - September 24, 2010
Firing Line Report.
Walt Rauch - September 24, 2010
The new Crimson Trace-gripped LCR takes a great concept to new heights.
By Garry James The Great War was an interesting mixture of the old and the...
Dick Metcalf - September 24, 2010
The .44 Magnum was once considered the 'most powerful handgun in the world.' How quaint....
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