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.
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.
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.
The Remington Ultimate Muzzleloader appears ready to live up to its name with an innovative ignition system allowing the firearm to burn up to 200 grains of propellent.
The Browning Automatic Rifle has been a popular hunting option for years. Recently, a new model of the rifle has been winning the praises of hog hunters in Texas.
Bond Arms was founded in 1995 with the idea that the Remington Model 95 over/under, single-action Derringer could be converted from an Old West anachronism into a modern defensive handgun. The company now gives shooters the power of the .410 shotshell or pocket the potent .45 ACP, in a double-barrel pistol.
Uberti's extensive catalog of Colt Single-Action Army revolvers just got a little bigger. The Italian company is now offering its Horseman in .44 Magnum and .22LR.
With concealed carry becoming more commonplace smaller pistols and revolvers have ruled the roost. But lately, there have been a number of manufacturers who have swam against the tide with full-sized handguns.