Tag Archives: .44 magnum

Defensive Revolvers: Just a Fad or Here to Stay?

You can calm down because this is not another one of those “Revolver vs. Semi-auto” articles. However, I am curious about all of the recent interest in defensive revolvers that I see on social media. Continue reading

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Elmer Keith and The Golden Years of Gunwriting

Fair Use Keith Elmer Image (WP:NFCC#4) This past weekend, I played an event in southern Wyoming and then headed to Idaho on assignment for American Rifleman. Of course, I made time to be sure to visit Salmon, ID. Now, you old-timers … Continue reading

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The Return of the Pistol-Caliber Carbine

Pistol-caliber carbines are popular now, once more illustrating that what’s old is new again. I have always had an affinity for pistol-caliber carbines, specifically the lever actions. Back in the 1970s, I bought a Marlin Model 1894 in .44 Mag. and set … Continue reading

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Advantages of a Concealed-Carry Revolver

You’d think, with the introduction of small-frame semi-automatic pistols, that concealed-carry revolvers are as dead as last year’s political promises. However, such is far from the case. While the military and most of the police have gone to the semi-auto, the … Continue reading

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