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The newest variation of Smith & Wesson’s classic .357 Magnum Model 66 has a 2.75-inch-long, two-piece barrel; black synthetic wraparound grips; an adjustable rear sight; a pinned-in red ramp front sight; a restyled cylinder release button; and an internal key locking system with the key slot located just above the cylinder release button.

S&W Model 66 2.75-inch .357 Magnum

by Joel J Hutchcroft 0

The S&W Model 66 .357 Magnum K-Frame revolver is now offered with a 2.75-inch barrel. The gun is a double-action revolver with an adjustable rear sight.

Two new handgun propellants are TCM and No. 11FS. They are designed for hand-loading popular magnum handgun cartridges, the speedy .22 TCM cartridge, and the .300 Blackout.

New Handgun Powders

by Lane Pearce 0

The new TCM and No. 11FS propellants are targeted primarily for reloading magnum handgun ammunition.

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How do Handgun Cartridges Perform in Rifle Barrels?

by Allan Jones 17

The idea of having a handgun and a rifle or carbine that shoot the same cartridge is an old one,… more »

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