Wheelgun Wednesday: Chiappa Rhino – It’s Dangerous Being A Bottom

Revolvers are pretty straight forward firearms. They are “simpler” to use and are all mechanical wonders. However, there are some that buck the norms of conventionality like the Chiappa Rhino. Shooting a Rhino is not completely different than your average revolver but you do have to be careful with them. It can be dangerous being […]

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Wheelgun Wednesday: Target Conversion Of A S&W M1917 Revolver

Target Conversion of M1917 RevolverWelcome to another edition of our weekly Wheelgun Wednesdays!  Since Pete’s announcement about adding Wheelgun Wednesdays, I was eager to find something unique.  The subject of this Wednesday’s Wheelgunnery is unique, not earth-shattering, but something you don’t see every day.  A member of AR15.com recently stumbled into an interesting trade for an accurized Smith & […]

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Wheelgun Wednesday: The Smith & Wesson 686 Plus Magnum

Welcome back to another edition of Wheelgun Wednesday! I love handguns, I didn’t grow up shooting them and the first time I ever got my hands on one I was already 12 years old and knee-deep into shooting rifles. The first handgun I had ever fired happened to be a Uberti 1873 Cattleman, a 12 […]

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