Ruger's new Super Blackhawk revolvers in .480 Ruger and .454 Casull are excellent options for handgun hunters and fans of big-bore revolvers.
Forty years ago, one handgun caliber dominated all others, regardless the intended application. Whether for law enforcement, self defense, hunting or plinking the .357 Magnum reigned supreme.
Gun Digest received an exclusive first look at the new Crimson Trace ShockStop system during the 2016 SHOT Show in Las Vegas. Watch the video to learn more and to see a demonstration of the product.
Watch as Massad Ayoob demonstrates a revolver-reloading technique he helped popularize.
A look at revolvers that make great nightstand or full-blown, apocalyptic-scenario sidearms.
The .44 Magnum is one hard-hitting round, but there’s a time when serious handgun hunters turn toward more powerful calibers.
Snubbies and handgun accessories are hot commodities in gun shops around the country.
Colt revolvers have always had a strong following among collectors and continue to be a sure bet for one online auction house.
There may not be as many revolver companies cranking out new designs each year as their high-capacity semi-auto counterparts, but revolvers still command a loyal following.