Civil War Revolvers: The British Wheelguns Used in America’s Fight
The Union and Confederacy both turned to Great Britain in their time of need. Here's a look at the British revolvers that played a role in the Civil War.
The Interesting History of Remington Revolvers From the 1850s-1870s
We look back at the history of Remington revolvers from the 1850s to the 1870s, and how the New York arms-maker was almost always chasing Colt.
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23 of the Coolest Cowboy Guns to Hit the Marketplace in Recent Months
The Old West lives on with these nearly two dozen new cowboy guns from the likes of Winchester, Cimarron, Taylor's & Co, Uberti, EMF and many others.
Gun Review: A 1944 Smith & Wesson Victory .38 Special Revolver
The .38 Special Smith & Wesson Victory revolver proved ideal for Amerian and British warriors alike during the Second World War.
The NYPD Is Finally Phasing Out the Service Revolver in 2018
The NYPD service revolver is officially a thing of the past, as the department is phasing them out completely by August 2018.
12 Taurus Judge Revolvers That Fit Every Need
Celebrating 10 years of the ever-popular Taurus Judge revolver with a guide to help figure out the right one to fit your preferences and needs.
Magnum Force: 9 High-Powered Pistols & Revolvers
High-powered pistols and revolvers ready to strike back with proven stopping power.
Reinventing the Wheel: 10 Elite Revolvers From Smith & Wesson
Fast, accurate and reliable wheelguns built to win when it counts!
New For 2016: Taylor’s & Co. 1873 Smoke Wagon Short Stroke
The Smoke Wagon Short Stroke single-action revolver models feature hand-tuned internal components that require a minimum of rearward hammer travel.