Talk to anyone in the know, and they’ll tell you the worst first carry gun is a light-weight snub nosed revolver. Not because the gun doesn’t get the job done, but because it requires a ton of practice and skill to master.
For two decades, the Smith & Wesson 65 rode on hips of countless officers. If boys in blue trusted their lives to the S&W 65 than it’s good enough for me.
The 84-year-old man alleged to have pointed a gun at two anti-Obama protestors in Gwinnet…
The Smith & Wesson Model 686 ages well. It is the best thing to come out of 1980. The full sized stainless steel .38/.357 is one of the most accurate and reliable double action revolvers ever. With its six inch barrel, there is nothing subtle about the 686.
Smith & Wesson’s new M&P C.O.R.E. pistols aren’t shockingly new, but they’re going to change the way many polymer pistol makers build their slides. Reflex pistol sights keep getting better, and they’re the talk of the SHOT Show this week. Many agree that that’s where guns are going. Well Smith & Wesson’s there now.
I’ve been good, I promise. And last year, despite a clean record, I got stiffed. But I’ll admit my list was ambitious. This year I’m going for practical. And Jolly Ol’ St. Nick needs to pony up for a new 3-5-7 from TALO, the best Smith & Wesson 686 around.