A New .45
A couple of years ago, the Louisiana-based firearms distributor Lipsey’s put together a contract with Ruger to produce a Blackhawk Flattop .44 Special revolver. Seems they took notice that quite a few original Flattops in .357 Mag. were making their way to custom revolversmiths to be converted into the better caliber.
Semi-Autos Produce Lower Velocities Than Revolvers
Because semis use gases to cycle the action, some velocity is lost.
Single-Action Vs. Double-Action Revolvers
What are the differences between a single-action and a double-action revolver?
Lipsey's Announces Exclusive Ruger Single Seven in .327 Federal Mag.
Lipsey's has announced that it will be released a new, exclusive, Ruger Single Seven 327 Federal Magnum.
Video: The .454 Casull Challenge
American Hunter Field Editor Bryce Towsley claimed he could put five rounds of .454 Casull through a single-action revolver in under three seconds. The American Hunter staff challenged him to prove it—and couldn't resist getting in on the fun, too.
Reacquainting With An Old Friend
It's good to reconnect with old friends, especially when they're Smith & Wesson Model 27's.
Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 629
While the new Performance Center Model 629 is decked out with modern updates and upgrades developed over the decades—including a stainless steel frame, cylinder and barrel implied by the “6” prefix—it is Model 29 to the core.