Wheelgun Wednesday: Throwback Smith & Wesson Model 10 .38 Special

model 10The Smith & Wesson Model 10 has a storied history because of its run for over 53 years as a cataloged model, but also because there was a model that preempted it as well. For this week’s Wheelgun Wednesday, I once again dove into my collection of double-action revolvers to pull out another favorite of […]

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Wheelgun Wednesday: Old School Smith & Wesson Model 57 .41 Magnum

model 57In this week’s Wheelgun Wednesday we take a throwback look at a revolver with a common appearance, but a very uncommon chambering. The wheelgun we are talking about is the Smith & Wesson Model 57 .41 Magnum, and the example we will take a closer look at is from 1984. Not much love is given […]

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Wheelgun Wednesday: Ruger Wrangler Review

Ruger WranglerRuger Wrangler: Rough and Ready or just Rough? Though I was aware of the Ruger Wrangler as a budget .22 single action revolver, I did not pay much attention to it.  That all changed after Industry Day at the Range at SHOT 2020.  I was at one of Ruger’s multiple booths, wanting to check out […]

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5 Ways Revolvers Might Not Be Obsolete…Maybe. MAYBE.

Revolvers are obviously inferior to autoloading pistols in a general, overall sense for gunfighting and personal protection. But there are a handful of things revolvers do better than autos. Here are a few. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» PLEASE check out our Patreon and Subscribe Star pages if you enjoy our program, and consider […]

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Jerry Puts Wiener To Revolver Cylinder Gap

PSA my dudes:

I witnessed someone teaching their friend to shoot and the guy had his hands wrapped around the whole cylinder when he brought the gun up.  Luckily the guy who was with him knew what he was doing, and immediately put a stop to that and explained why.  I’m sure it turns out BAD a lot of times when people don’t know what they are doing, and the person who is will them isn’t paying attention.

haha Jerry really keeps turning the dial up on this video with the gun choices 😂.

Thoughts?