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Uberti Bisley right profile with Fiocchi ammunition


Review: Uberti Bisley — Blue Steel and Case Hardened

The Uberti is well made of good material and probably stronger than the first Generation Colt. The Bisley revolver is handsomely finished. The grips fit the grip frame well. The barrel is what is sometimes called the Gunfighter length, cut off at the end of the ejector for 4 ¾-inch length.

Traditions 1873 revolver in half-cock position


Traditions 1873 Revolver—Cowboy Action, Cowpoke, Self Defense

When the cowboy-shooting bug bites you, you get it bad. I love handling, loading, unloading and firing these revolvers, but they are too valuable and too expensive to own. That is why I turn to modern replicas like the Traditions revolver—a first class, well-made cowboy action shooter.


FNX 40—A Hard-hitting FN

While not as readily recognized as some of the other polymer frame handguns, the FNX 40 demonstrates excellent performance. This is a well-made handgun with much to recommend and you can exactly why in this article.

Shooters on the Line at the Local Gun Club


Join the Club

Joining your local shooting range or gun club of your choosing shows your support for the Second Amendment as well as for the shooting sports. Read this post to learn more about the benefits of getting involved at the gun range, shooting club or participating in one of the many shooting activities available today.

Ruger Vaquero

Competitive Shooting

Ruger Vaquero: The Single-Action Cowboy Gun

At times, you just need to go cowboy, and single-action revolvers are the best gun for feel, heft, accuracy and handling. While some say they are outdated, they sure get a lot of use. The Ruger Vaquero is a revolver any cowboy or cowgirl would love. Learn more about the Ruger Vaquero in The Shooter’s Log.

Cowboy Mounted Single Action Shooting

Competitive Shooting

Women Afield—Fun with Guns Cowboy Style

Have you ever secretly wish we had the guts to ride shotgun with a band of unscrupulous characters or wild enough to put on a corset and fishnet stockings as you anxiously await the return of your favorite cowboy after a long cattle drive. Chances are if you ever strapped on a hip holster then you have probably tried your hand at some fancy maneuvers with a pistol. Many of us are infatuated with the Old West which might help explain why one of the fastest growing disciplines in the world of shooting is Single Action or Cowboy Action shooting.