Perusing the photo-pandemic known as Instagram, my heart rate kicked up and my finger slid to an abrupt stop on an unlikely image. It wasn’t the latest innovation in arms – I was getting my first look at the Hold Ur Fire Kit – a slick system for organizing, storing, and transporting your smaller arms […]
TTAG snuck into this year’s NASGW Expo to get the scoop on some new guns and gear. Visiting the North American Arms booth, we found out that the Ranger 2 will begin shipping around January. It’s a top-break, .22 WMR Mini Revolver with an automatic case extractor. Much like the extremely-limited-production original Ranger, but simplified […]
nrablog.com writes [via ammoland.com]: The NRA’s National Firearms Museum is full of eminent collections and is honored to showcase a Colt revolver, on loan, that once belonged to W.F. Cody. Complete with an illustrious past, this Model 1851 “Navy” revolver supposedly was used by Samuel Colt to set up the production line at his London factory […]
Jeff Gonzales (above) looked at the Smith & Wesson Model 360 .357 Magnum revolver I had in my hands. “Why don’t I just kick you in the balls?” Good question! At 58, my testicles are of less practical value than my hands. But I’m nothing if not an idiot. So I loaded up the Smith snubbie with Federal Premium […]
From a shorty .500 S&W Magnum to ported slide and barrel upgrades for your M&P pistol to a 6.5 Creedmoor M&P10 rifle, Smith & Wesson’s Performance Center has a bunch of new products to announce for 2017. S&W’s press release and photos follow… The Performance Center® By Smith & Wesson® Unveils Innovative Lineup for 2017 […]
You can read the full review of the Taurus Model 85 here.
We would all be lucky to have a reputation as stellar as Dan Wesson revolvers do. Unfortunately, hope as gun owners did, DW didn’t manufacture any for many years. Except for only a few special runs, newly-manufactured Dan Wesson revolvers have been as rare as a unicorn since about 1998. And, I believe, altogether non-existent since about […]
SHOT Show is going to delay my writing of the Dan Wesson 715 revolver review. As there was a decent amount of interest in Dan Wesson’s return to the wheel gun game here in the comments under a few CZ-related articles, in addition to Chris Dumm’s proverbial shot over CZ’s bow nearly a year ago, […]