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The company's J-frame Airweight series dates back to the 1950s when these guns-chambered first to .38 Special-were built from aluminum frames and cylinders.Review: Smith & Wesson Model 360 Airweight

Review: Smith & Wesson Model 360 Airweight

The company's J-frame Airweight series dates back to the 1950s when these guns-chambered first

J. Scott Rupp

Basically, if you prefer a revolver for everyday carry, the Performance Center 686s have you covered.Review: Smith & Wesson Performance Center 686

Review: Smith & Wesson Performance Center 686

Basically, if you prefer a revolver for everyday carry, the Performance Center 686s have you

Patrick Sweeney

To honor Buffalo Bill Cody and his colorful life, Uberti is introducing a copy of his beloved 1858 Remington revolver. Uberti's 1858 Remington Honoring Buffalo Bill Cody

Uberti's 1858 Remington Honoring Buffalo Bill Cody

To honor Buffalo Bill Cody and his colorful life, Uberti is introducing a copy of his beloved

Stan Trzoniec

The Ruger SP101 is a crowd-pleasing revolver made for a select group of shooters that shoots well and is available at a decent price.Review: Ruger SP101 Match Champion

Review: Ruger SP101 Match Champion

The Ruger SP101 is a crowd-pleasing revolver made for a select group of shooters that shoots

Stan Trzoniec

With the reintroduced Cobra, Colt hopes to sink its fangs into the concealed-carry revolver market.Review: Colt Cobra

Review: Colt Cobra

With the reintroduced Cobra, Colt hopes to sink its fangs into the concealed-carry revolver

Jeff Chudwin

Stan Trzoniec discusses his Colt Detective Special, and why it has stayed in his collection all these years.A Classic: Colt Detective Special

A Classic: Colt Detective Special

Stan Trzoniec discusses his Colt Detective Special, and why it has stayed in his collection

Stan Trzoniec

The latest addition to Smith & Wesson's Combat Magnum family is a .44 Mag. with a 2.75-inch barrel.Review S&W Model 69 Combat Magnum

Review S&W Model 69 Combat Magnum

The latest addition to Smith & Wesson's Combat Magnum family is a .44 Mag. with a

Brad Fitzpatrick

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.Webley Handguns

Webley Handguns

Webley handguns were modified to shoot the ACP cartridge, but if you have an original

Handguns Online Staff

The iconic 1911 maker rolls into the revolver business with their K6sS DCR.Review: Kimber K6s DCR

Review: Kimber K6s DCR

The iconic 1911 maker rolls into the revolver business with their K6sS DCR.

Patrick Sweeney

The Model 28 was the bare bone version of the Model 27 which came out in 1935.Beauty From The Past: S&W Highway Patrolman

Beauty From The Past: S&W Highway Patrolman

The Model 28 was the bare bone version of the Model 27 which came out in 1935.

Stan Trzoniec

The Hunter Model is offered in .44 Magnum and a Davidson's Gallery of Guns exclusive chambered to .41 Magnum.Ruger New Model Blackhawk Hunter

Ruger New Model Blackhawk Hunter

The Hunter Model is offered in .44 Magnum and a Davidson's Gallery of Guns exclusive chambered

J. Scott Rupp

Looking back at the revolver that came with multiple barrels in various lengths.Dan Wesson Pistol Pack

Dan Wesson Pistol Pack

Looking back at the revolver that came with multiple barrels in various lengths.

Stan Trzoniec

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