Don't know which wheelgun to hang in your holster or hit the field hunting with? Check out our best revolver reviews from the past year to get the inside scoop.
There’s never been quite a year like 2020. No, not the incessant rioting and worldwide pandemic. Violence and disease are old as mankind. Instead, the hallmark of the past year was gun sales. There was a lot of them … more than any other year on record.
While nice the ranks of gun owners have been bolstered it did create quite a few headaches. For many the cupboard was bear when at their local gun store. Newsflash: the market should prove equally this in 2021. This means you should have your ducks in a row when you go shopping.
We’re here to lend a hand. We’ve compiled our best revolver reviews and lists from the past year to give you the inside edge on the hottest wheelguns donning your local gun store’s display cases this coming year. Be it a big-bore hand cannon, a svelte snubbie or a rugged six-shooter, you’re certain to find the right revolver for your next buy.
Revolver Buyer's Guides
Best Starter Kit for Concealed Carry:
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The re-introduction of the Colt Python has been a rollercoaster of excitement and disappointment. So what's the story: is this the second coming or a troubled handgun?
Cutting out the usual price factor of a single-action rimfire, the Ruger Wrangler revolver is an everyday tool for outdoorsmen.
The “opposite but equal” custom Ruger Bisley build: a .44 Rem. Mag and a .45 Colt. Which one of these beautiful brutes comes out on top?
Available in both .22 LR and .22 WMR, the Taurus Model 942 revolver exceeds expectations and should have shooters looking differently at the Brazilian gunmaker.
The Colt Single-Action Army revolver remains among the most coveted handguns of all time. But what's worth spending your money on?
A veritable hand-held howitzer, the Smith & Wesson Model 460 XVR X-framed revolver is summed up in two words: More. Power.
The Taurus Raging Hunter .44 Rem. Mag. delivers blows well outside its weight class and price tag.
As far as competition revolvers are concerned, the Smith & Wesson R8 is everything the legendary Model 19 was … and more.
With excellent lines and accuracy to boot, Kimber’s new 4-inch K6s Target has speed and performance worth bragging about.