Despite the supremacy of semi-automatic handguns, wheelguns are hardly extinct. Smith & Wesson and Ruger are still selling them in their tens of thousands. Kimber, Taurus and Charter Arms move plenty of them and Korth has infiltrated the top of the U.S. market. In the video below, you can see the best of the best revolver shooters show us how it’s done. Guess which gun they use? . . .
Like Ralph and the pros, I’m a Smith & Wesson weenie. I’m the proud owner of a four-inch pre-lock 686, an Airweight .38 snubbie, a 629 .44 Magnum snubbie, a Performance Center .38-only Model 67, a six-inch Model 19 from the early ’70’s and a multi-caliber 460XVR. And…a Gemini Customs Ruger SP101 (above).
The 686 is my favorite wheelgun. For me, it’s the revolver. What’s in your gunsafe? And which wheelgun’s your favorite?