The Single Action Revolver (With Video)

November 1, 2010 by  
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The single-action revolver has been used for self-defense, putting meat in the pot and for just plain fun shooting.  When I was 12 years old my Granddad mail ordered a Remington Black Powder Single Action  .44 copy for me  from an add in one of the hunting magazines of the day. I practiced drawing and firing that gun for hours every day. I used a holster brought back to Michigan from Mexico for use as a decoration on someones wall.  I wore the holster out drawing firing and re-holstering. Read more

Perfect Packin’ Pistols

September 12, 2010 by  
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The past ten years or so has seen a new trend in handguns, namely sixguns with very long barrels of l0″ or more as well as specialty single-shot pistols with barrels of 14″ or more. All of the long barreled sixguns and single-shots that I have been acquainted with have been wonderfully accurate and a real pleasure to shoot. However we have strayed somewhat from the original intent of a handgun and that is an easily carried, quick to get into action, defensive, weapon. Read more