Ruger is now offering a concealed carry option in the light, yet potent .327 Federal Magnum.
The Redhawk has long been chambered for the venerable .45 Colt. Now the double-action is pulling double duty, also grazing on .45 Auto.
When it comes to handguns at this year's SHOT Show there was a little something for everyone – whether concealed carry practitioner, hunter or competitor.
Ruger introduced its competitive model of the GP100 a year ago and has been quick to update the revolver. The Match Champion now boasts adjustable rear sights, which should help its accuracy, no matter the ammo.
If anyone knows revolvers it's Grant Cunningham. And the renowned instructor has whipped of a device, now being manufactured by CrossBreed, that makes toting extra ammo for a revolver a snap.
The Ruger LCR line has become popular, in part, due to its petite size. But the company has taken the gun another direction with a new longer barreled model.
At one time, small collectable revolvers did not demand much on the market. But that trend has reversed itself at one Florida auction house, where petite wheelguns have been a hot item.
The .327 Federal Magnum definitely packs a punch when it comes to revolver rounds. And it appears to be a dandy choice of caliber to make Ruger's new Single Seven a hard-hitting wheelgun.
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.