A revolver used in an altercation between two 19th century French poets will be auctioned off by renowned art house Christie’s in Paris in late November.
Brazilian gun maker, Taurus, furnished one of its limited run 10th Anniversary Judge revolvers for auction on Gunbroker.com with all proceeds benefiting the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action.
Once again, the internet has shown us that if it is good for anything, it’s good for showing you exactly what not to do, then sitting back while the world points and laughs.
Looking for something reliable for concealed carry? Nothing beats a revolver. While they’re not as small or thin as some of the semi-automatics, they have fewer problems and pack a bigger punch. The Ruger SP101 in .357 is a fine example, and may be the ideal back-up gun.
Ruger knows how to make revolvers. One of their most popular wheel guns is the .357 LCR, and for good reason. This 17 ounce .357 is about as light and compact as the platform gets. With its enclosed hammer and short barrel, the LCR is a favorite for concealed carry. While recoil from the .357 can be a bit punchy, the round trumps anything a polymer semi-auto can offer.
Bob Munden, the 70-year-old shooting star who will be remembered with a single action six-gun in his hand, passed away Dec. 10, 2012 leaving one final bullet hole in the heart of an adoring shooting world.