Since 1979, Sturm, Ruger & Co. has offered a DA/SA (double-action/single-action) large-frame revolver known as the Redhawk. It’s got a pretty dedicated following, we’d say.
Ruger has acknowledged the resurgence of the 10 mm Auto cartridge in a variety of platforms and now accommodates in a large-frame double-action revolver synonymous with “thumper” cartridges such as .44 Magnum—the Super Redhawk (SRH). This newest SRH iteration provides a fluted cylinder chambered for 10mm Auto and designed to accomodate full-moon clips.
Big-game hunters seeking Swift Bullets in factory-loaded cartridges got a boost earlier this month with the formal unveiling of Swift High Grade Ammunition. Rather than relying on component sales or other ammo makers loading its projectiles, Swift wants to ensure that ready supply is there to meet demand for factory rounds bearing A-Frame, Scirocco II and new Break-Away Solid projectiles.
Finding the right shotgun fit means everything, but it's exceptionally difficult if you're sporting a smaller frame than what your scattergun was designed for. The average female shooter is smaller in stature than their male counterparts, companies have been recognizing and adjusting for that in recent years. Franchi is joining in the party in 2016 with the introduction of its Catalyst line of shotguns.
This economical six-shooter from Heritage Mfg. provides plinkers and small-game hunters with a modern, U.S.-made single-action that hearkens the time when cowboys and frontiersmen roamed the countryside.