Sheetrock Penetration Testing, Take 1

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There are a lot of strong opinions out there when it comes to home defense firearms. Nick’s Self Defense Tip; Don’t Use a Rifle caused some of the best discussion…

Gun Review: Charter Arms Chic Lady

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“I am SO excited! My wife told me she wants to finally get her CCW License. She is going to be taking her class sometime in February. Today she went…

.38 Special Comparison: 1st Place – Smith & Wesson Model 36

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Sometimes picking a winner is easy. Like now. Even though our third-place Taurus Model 85 and our second-place Colt Cobra were both worthy challengers, the classic Smith & Wesson Model…

With a name like “38 Special” you gotta figure that’s reason enough to feature them on the audio portion of TTAG Weekend. Oh, and if you’re in the Shreveport/Bossier City Microplex, they’re playing Diamond Jacks’ Casino on May 29.

Saturday Morning Post: 38 Special

With a name like “38 Special” you gotta figure that’s reason enough to feature them on the audio portion of TTAG Weekend. Oh, and if you’re in the Shreveport/Bossier City…

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.38 Special Comparison: 2nd Place – Colt Cobra

From the economical choice (Taurus Model 85) to the upscale player. Part II of our .38 Special comparison focuses on a revolver known far and wide for its tough looks,…

.38 Special Comparison: 3rd Place – Taurus Model 85

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It just so happens that three extremely-representative samples of these guns live in the nightstands of people in my family. My dad (who used to serve warrants as a part-time constable) owns probably the newest of these – the very-mainstream Taurus Model 85. My mom (a former Justice of the Peace who issued the warrants dad served) owns the original-and-even-more-ubiquitous Smith & Wesson Model 36. And last but not least, my 82-year-old grandmother packs in her pajama drawer one of the most premium small .38s ever produced – the iconic Colt Cobra, a derivative of the famous Colt Detective Special.

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EDITORIAL: Revolvers Rule!

By William C Montgomery on March 25, 2010 Let’s face facts: semi-automatic pistols are cool and revolvers are for stogy old farts and nerds. Case in point, who gets all…

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