Five top revolver choices from large bore to pocket pistol and everything in between.
Working the trigger of a double-action revolver quickly and accurately isn’t rocket science, but there is a learning curve.
Before the present era of high-capacity semi-auto handguns, FBI handguns were of the revolver variety. Here’s a look at the FBI handguns that were fielded not that long ago.
Designed for concealed carry, Wilson Combat's Vickers Elite Commander is long on performance.
Available in .45 ACP, the SR1911 Officer's Model is ready for everyday carry duty.
The Dove Custom Smolt — Smith & Wesson/Colt hybrid revolver — is not only a beauty to behold, it’s mesmerizing to shoot.
These micro 9mm options are more than ready for everyday carry and backup-gun duty.
ShapeShift Shoulder Holster brings a new level of comfort and utility to the unique carry method.
The 9mm has become the most used cartridge in the U.S., and now boasts performance on par or exceeding larger-bore pistol options
Light, compact, manageable and accurate, the AR-15 for home defense has all comers beat hands down.
Handgun not running right? Your lubrication regime may be to blame. Find out the rules of thumb to keep your gun a well-oiled machine.
Bosting a tough-as-nails nitride finish, Springfield's new 911 .380 ACP is ready for the toughest duty.
Following on the heels of the 5.56 SAINT Pistol's success, Springfield has introduced a .300 BLK model.
Fast shooting and hard hitting, the Citadel RS-S1 has a definite intimidation factor.
Reintroduced in three sizes, the Colt Combat Elite is striking as ever.
In a lethal-force event, shot placement can outweigh all other factors in bringing an attack to a close.