Posts Tagged ‘Revolvers’
One of the inevitabilities, and greatest aspects of our sport, is the accumulation of gear and accessories. Somewhere, deep down inside each of us, is a little devilish voice convincing us to get more stuff. I’ll be the first to admit it; I indulge that little voice often and without apology.
It is hard to believe but Charter Arms—the new company in America making revolvers—has been at the game for over 50 years. The company was founded by Douglas McClenahan. He had engineering experience at several large companies and set out to manufacture an affordable revolver for the American public. His timing was perfect.
Magnum Research (MRI) has always counted the BFR (Big Frame Revolver) series among its many success stories. It all began in 1999, when independent gunsmith/designer Jim Tertin, was approached by MRI to manufacture the new large caliber revolver for MRI. Tertin mastered
Cimarron offers firearms used to tame the frontier in Texas and the American West. Often regarded as the leader in Cowboy Action authenticity, Cimarron has
The .45 Auto Rim is an interesting crossover cartridge that unities the performance of the .45 ACP cartridge with revolvers.
As many of you have noticed when doing these Shooters Log reviews, the firearms I use most often are not new guns or loaners,
Some firearms might not be the best choice for the job at hand, but are always up to putting a smile on your face.
Continuing on with guns you MUST to shoot before you die, I feel like talking about handguns. There are
A guest post written by James R. Rummel.
There are only two criteria for a law-abiding person to qualify
Smith & Wesson will make three more lightweight J-Frame revolvers available with factory-installed LaserMax CenterFire laser sighting systems
Should I sell my gun?
Three years ago, I was asking this tough question about a particular gun I had purchased for concealed carry.
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When the cowboy-shooting bug bites you, you get it bad. I have had it for over 40 years with no sign of a respite.
Originally introduced in 2007 and later discontinued, Ruger is pleased to announce the return of the SP101 revolver chambered in
For many of us, the .22 revolver is an inexpensive handgun to coax young shooters into safe handling and marksmanship.
Charter Arms’ 9mm revolver, called the Pit Bull, uses a common pistol cartridge in an uncomplicated wheelgun design—an elegant