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Smith & Wesson's other new offering in the Bodyguard line is a throwback to the Bodyguard name's heritage...A New Bodyguard for Wheelgunners

A New Bodyguard for Wheelgunners

Smith & Wesson's other new offering in the Bodyguard line is a throwback to the Bodyguard

Greg Rodriguez

For the last month or so I've been running axis deer hunts on our Hill Country lease...Classic Kit Guns

Classic Kit Guns

For the last month or so I've been running axis deer hunts on our Hill Country lease...

Greg Rodriguez

The PT 1911 from Taurus is equipped to go head-to-head with the most dominant current Model 1911s, comes with even more trimmings than many custom-built guns, and lists for an incredibly low price.Taurus's PT 1911: A true Testament To The Grand Old 1911

Taurus's PT 1911: A true Testament To The Grand Old 1911

The PT 1911 from Taurus is equipped to go head-to-head with the most dominant current Model

G&A Staff

If Smith & Wesson's M&P Pistol proves to be to auto pistols what the original M&P revolver was to wheelguns, it may be S&W's best autoloader ever.Smith & Wesson M&P: A Semiautomatic Pistol Worthy Of Its Name

Smith & Wesson M&P: A Semiautomatic Pistol Worthy Of Its Name

If Smith & Wesson's M&P Pistol proves to be to auto pistols what the original M&P

Paul Scarlata

According to the Sheriff, even with all the modern, autoloading pistols around, the .357 Magnum revolver is just too good to be put on the shelf and forgotten.The Magnificent .357 Magnum

The Magnificent .357 Magnum

According to the Sheriff, even with all the modern, autoloading pistols around, the .357

Jim Wilson

Is the new short-barreled Redhawk the perfect carry gun? Our reloading editor seems to think so.Shooting Ruger’s Newest .44 Magnum Revolver

Shooting Ruger's Newest .44 Magnum Revolver

Is the new short-barreled Redhawk the perfect carry gun? Our reloading editor seems to think

              By Paul Scarlata     The Model 1879 Deutsche Armeerevolver was the first standard,The German Model 1879 Revolver

The German Model 1879 Revolver

By Paul Scarlata The Model 1879 Deutsche Armeerevolver was the first

Paul Scarlata

              By Skeeter Skelton    This article first appeared in the July 1978 issue of ShootingPanache

Panache

By Skeeter Skelton This article first appeared in the July 1978 issue of

skeeter skelton

This article first appeared in the April 1969 issue of Shooting Times.Skeeter's Dream Gun

Skeeter's Dream Gun

This article first appeared in the April 1969 issue of Shooting Times.

skeeter skelton

Could a special run of Ruger Blackhawk Flattops finally catapult the .44 Special cartridge to the popularity it rightly deserves?Give the .44 Special its Due

Give the .44 Special its Due

Could a special run of Ruger Blackhawk Flattops finally catapult the .44 Special cartridge to

Lane Pearce

              By Paul Scarlata    This Police Positive Special was made in 1916, so the Colt's Police Positive Special

Colt's Police Positive Special

By Paul Scarlata This Police Positive Special was made in 1916, so the

Paul Scarlata

After 91 years, Remington is back in the 1911 business, and the new-for-2010 R1 is a modern version based on the classic 1917-vintage military pistol.Remington Revises History

Remington Revises History

After 91 years, Remington is back in the 1911 business, and the new-for-2010 R1 is a modern

Bart Skelton

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