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Hardware: Colt Anaconda

Colt’s popular “Snake Gun” revolver series gains a new addition with the updated Anaconda, featuring a fully adjustable rear sight, wide hammer spur, open-back rubber Hogue grips, replaceable front sight with orange insert, and a top strap already drilled and tapped for mounting optics.

Hardware: Colt Python

The new Python is a close copy of the original with the internal structural improvements that should provide you and your kids years of service. Fit and finish of the highly polished stainless-steel components are excellent with an attractive set of walnut grips that shame the older Python versions.

Hardware: Ruger Mark IV Hunter

A variation of the Ruger Standard, the Mark IV Hunter features stainless metalwork with a handsome, brushed satin finish, and a 7-inch bull barrel with six flutes. It's fitted with iron sights, but it's drilled and tapped for optics.

Top 5 Big-Game Handgun Hunting Cartridges

Having hunted with a handgun across the globe over the last five decades, contributor Dick Williams shares his top five big-game handgun hunting cartridges.

Can I Hunt With It: Springfield’s M1A SOCOM CQB

Springfield may not have been thinking about hunting when it released its M1A SOCOM CQB, but that doesn't mean the rifle can't be taken afield. Let Dick Williams tell you more about this "gun for all seasons."

The M1911 Hits the Hunting Trail

Contributor Dick Williams wanted to hunt hogs with his favorite pistol, the venerable M1911. Here's how he turned the classic design into the perfect hunting rig.

The Wait is Over: Ruger's .45 ACP/.45 Colt Revolver

Ruger has added a dual-caliber big bore option to its popular Redhawk line.

First Look: Thompson/Center Strike

Dick Williams takes a closer look at the latest addition to the Thompson/Center family, the Strike.

Hardware: Ruger Single-Seven

The Ruger Single-Seven (offered exclusively through firearm distributor Lipsey’s) has the same frame size as the older rimfire Single-Six, but it is chambered in .327 Federal Magnum. Except for the sights, all the visible metal is stainless steel. The laminated hardwood grips have an orange tint and a Ruger medallion inset.

First Look: Smith & Wesson Bone Collector

Smith & Wesson's Performance Center has rolled out the 460 "Bone Collector." Here are three things you need to know.

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