At a shooting competition I’m the only one using a revolver and it leads to a lot of curiosity about my equipment, especially my speedloaders.
For those who may have less experience, I’d like to introduce some concepts that add up to what makes a gun’s trigger good, poor, or somewhere in-between.
This .44 Magnum big-bore revolver, Ruger’s Super Blackhawk, is so tough that handloading manuals include information for use in them exclusively.
I wouldn’t recommend Browning’s 20-gauge Silver Hunter shotgun to everyone, but if you are a smaller or recoil-adverse shooter it might be the ticket.
The case that everyone who loves shooting (and perhaps even more, reloading) should have a place on their shelves for a .357 Magnum.
Vortex Optics’ SPARC II represents a tremendous value to long gun owners looking for an introduction to Red dot optics at a reasonable price.
We’re looking back at over a 100 years of revolver innovations with designs ranging from brilliant to bizarre.
Other than owners of centerfire M&P pistols, who should be interested in the M&P-22 pistol? Training? Hunting? Competition?
The M-223/308 line is Nikon’s entry into the “tactical” optics market and promises features available on scopes selling for hundreds of dollars more.
While it’s not the prettiest or smoothest rifle, Marlin’s 795 semi-auto is one of the best performers at and significantly above it’s price point.