Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Colt is making a lot of Python fans happy today with the latest addition to their Python revolver line. Joining the 6-inch and 4.25-inch models is a new 3-inch short-barrel Python. Here’s their press release . . . Often dubbed the “finest production revolver ever made,”
Posted 15 mins ago in Editorial, Guns & Gear, Revolver, Wheelgun Wednesday by Rusty S. with No CommentsTags: 1868 Galand, auto extraction, Galand The Galand opened up Image Credit: College Hill Arsenal The Galand family gave the world two prominent firearms designers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Charles-François and
Cochran Turret Pistol produced in England by Wilkinson and Son Image Credit: Christie’s Auctions As we all (should) know, one of the primary rules of firearm safety is “always keep the firearm pointed in a safe direction”. How, then, does one accomplish this with a horizontal turret revolver? Even worse,
Charter Arms .44 Special. Image via Oleg Volk. a-human-right.com used with permission. Next Post Coming Soon…▶ I’ve been a fan of the five-shot compact revolver for years. They’re small, reliable and plenty potent. They don’t throw brass all over the place and they work great from a pocket or a
Posted 16 mins ago in Editorial, Pistols, Revolver, Wheelgun Wednesday by Doug E with No CommentsTags: .357 Magnum, revolver, Ruger GP100, space force, wheelgun wednesday Welcome to another Wheelgun Wednesday at TFB, where every topic regarding revolvers is on the table. In today’s edition, we’ll take a look at a
Posted 20 mins ago in Editorial, Pistols, Revolver, Wheelgun Wednesday by Doug E with No CommentsTags: .44 magnum, double charge, kaboom, revolver, wheelgun wednesday Thanks for joining us for another TFB Wheelgun Wednesday, where the world revolves around revolvers (at least for one day a week). If you’ve been a
Next Post Coming Soon…▶ The last few years have seen the introduction of a number of interesting .22 caliber revolvers. Among them are the Ruger Wrangler and the Heritage Barkeep. These affordable wheel guns are well suited to general carry and recreational use. The latest entrant in the affordable .22
Next Post Coming Soon…▶ The Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider series revolvers are some of my favorite guns. They are fun, cheap, and work immensely well for their low price point. I’ve watched the Rough Rider form the basis of the company, and that includes guns like the popular Rancher carbine.