A look at revolvers that make great nightstand or full-blown, apocalyptic-scenario sidearms.
The firearms collection of famed gun writer Elmer Keith recently sold at auction and the results show Keith's prominence even today.
The .44 Magnum is one hard-hitting round, but there’s a time when serious handgun hunters turn toward more powerful calibers.
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.
A retired detective reflects on what it really takes to shoot a .38 snubnose revolver.
The space-age LCR is Ruger’s latest revolver, one that’s a marvel in design and modern materials. The letters LCR stands for “Lightweight Compact Revolver.”
Ruger revolvers are famous for their strength and durability. From the new Gun Digest Book of Ruger Revolvers, here are 25 tough-as-nails factory and custom Ruger wheelguns.
When the semi-automatic pistol emerged in the early 20th century, revolvers took a back seat in military, home and personal defense. Revolver expert Grant Cunningham suggests it’s time to reconsider.
Even in this age of the polymer wonder pistol, the revolver has some advantages that are not easily dismissed.