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Ed Head reviews the Colt King Cobra Revolver.Review: Colt King Cobra Revolver

Review: Colt King Cobra Revolver

Ed Head reviews the Colt King Cobra Revolver.

Ed Head

This 1875 Remington-style sixgun not only offers a departure from the Peacemaker mainstream but also is a well-executed example built with an eye on detail.Review: Uberti 'Frank' 1875 Single Action Outlaw

Review: Uberti 'Frank' 1875 Single Action Outlaw

This 1875 Remington-style sixgun not only offers a departure from the Peacemaker mainstream

Keith Wood

With the help of a group of friends and fellow dreamers I now have my dream revolver.A Custom Revolver - Sometimes Dreams Come True

A Custom Revolver - Sometimes Dreams Come True

With the help of a group of friends and fellow dreamers I now have my dream revolver.

Ed Head

The Colt Single Action Army, adopted by the military in 1873, is without doubt one of the most iconic firearms in U.S. history.A Relatively Affordable and Working 2nd Gen Colt SAA

A Relatively Affordable and Working 2nd Gen Colt SAA

The Colt Single Action Army, adopted by the military in 1873, is without doubt one of the most

Bob Campbell

For those who simply want the best in a concealment weapon, it's hard to beat this one.Handgun Beauties: Kimber K6S Classic Engraved

Handgun Beauties: Kimber K6S Classic Engraved

For those who simply want the best in a concealment weapon, it's hard to beat this one.

Stan Trzoniec

Ruger's reliable and accurate GP100 now offers an extra round of .357 power.Review: Ruger GP100 7-Shot .357 Magnum

Review: Ruger GP100 7-Shot .357 Magnum

Ruger's reliable and accurate GP100 now offers an extra round of .357 power.

Brad Fitzpatrick

Colt is introducing the all-new King Cobra in .357 Magnum.Colt Announces the All-New King Cobra

Colt Announces the All-New King Cobra

Colt is introducing the all-new King Cobra in .357 Magnum.

Handguns Online Editors

As it celebrates its 50th anniversary, Dan Wesson brings back its legendary switch-barrel revolver.Dan Wesson Brings Back Its Legendary Switch-Barrel Revolver

Dan Wesson Brings Back Its Legendary Switch-Barrel Revolver

As it celebrates its 50th anniversary, Dan Wesson brings back its legendary switch-barrel

Brad Fitzpatrick

The 1883, a shorter version of the 1879 Reichsrevolver, was chambered in 10.6x25R. It was unique in that it featured a safety lever on the right side of the gun.The Model 1883 Reichsrevolver

The Model 1883 Reichsrevolver

The 1883, a shorter version of the 1879 Reichsrevolver, was chambered in 10.6x25R. It was

Bob Shell

If you are looking for an honestly priced, accurate and American-made big revolver, the new Super Redhawk is well worth investigating.Ruger Super Redhawk 10mm Auto Review

Ruger Super Redhawk 10mm Auto Review

If you are looking for an honestly priced, accurate and American-made big revolver, the new

Stan Trzoniec

Smith & Wesson's Heavy Duty revolver and its .38-44 cartridge are important pieces of American firearms history.The S&W Heavy Duty Revolver And Its .38-44 Cartridge

The S&W Heavy Duty Revolver And Its .38-44 Cartridge

Smith & Wesson's Heavy Duty revolver and its .38-44 cartridge are important pieces of

Bob Campbell

The Super Blackhawk was introduced in 1973 and touted as being one of the world's truly great handguns.Handgun Beauties: Ruger Super Blackhawk

Handgun Beauties: Ruger Super Blackhawk

The Super Blackhawk was introduced in 1973 and touted as being one of the world's truly great

Stan Trzoniec

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