Whether it's hunting or self-defense, there is a revolver that will fit your needs. But before you make a choice between the slew of revolvers out there, you need to figure out exactly how you plan on using your wheelgun.
Manufacturers continue to feed the shooting enthusiast’s seemingly unquenchable thirst for new ARs in 2014. Here are 8 dandies worth checking out.
Collectors know Colt handguns can get top dollar. That's the case at an Ohio auction house, but in a twist it has been the newer models that have gotten the bidders pulling their money out.
Some say the gas impingement operating system is like a person who poops on the same table they eat from. But is that really fair? Here are Richard Mann's 6 factual observations in the AR-15 gas impingement vs. piston debate.
It's been a spell since Heckler & Koch has introduced a striker-fired pistol, but the company's new VP9 appears to have made the wait worth it. The gun is decked out with features nearly any shooter will find appealing.
There are two main types of revolvers, single action and double action – each coming in every shape and size. Figuring out which one is right for you is a matter of taking stock of your needs and what you plan to use the handgun for.
It is no secret at this point that one of the allures of the AR is the ability to customize the firearm. Stag Arms is taking the concept of creating a firearm unique to its owner a step further with new engraved lower designs.
Joint ventures in firearms manufacturing are nothing new. And the latest team effort by a couple of AR makers looks to have resulted in one heck of a carbine.
Everytime you turn around, TriStar expands its handgun lineup. Its most recent addition should get full-sized pistol fans excited with the importer offering a steel-frame 9mm that has all the bells and whistles.