Revolver Reviews

Ruger LCR 9MM Review

Ruger LCR 9MM Review

| December 31, 2014 | 1 Comments

Ruger LCR 9mm – Written by Purple Mountain Outdoors The 9mm has been getting more respect lately. Many so-called “tactical gurus” have been singing its praises. With current bullet technology, one really does not give up much to other more “masculine” calibers. With this surge of interest in an already extremely popular round, it seems only […]

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Ruger Alaskan: A Powerful Snub Nose with Classy Grips

Ruger Alaskan: A Powerful Snub Nose with Classy Grips

| December 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Enough has been said and written about the Ruger Alaskan. If you happen to be looking for a review here is one I wrote a few years back on this same revolver, Ruger Alaskan 454 Powerhouse Review. This is just a thank you from me to my wife for a fantastic Christmas gift in this […]

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45 AutoRim: The Great Survivor

45 AutoRim: The Great Survivor

| December 24, 2014 | 3 Comments

The .45 AutoRim is a cartridge lucky to be in existence. Due to the lack of 1911’s as America prepared to enter WWI Smith & Wesson and Colt produced revolvers chambered for the .45ACP. These new revolvers were designated as the 1917 by the Army. Even though the 1917 revolver was derived out of what […]

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The S&W Performance Center Craftsmanship

The S&W Performance Center Craftsmanship

| May 18, 2014 | 3 Comments

By Mark Singer Safe Direction Firearms Web Address: safedirection.org Today, many individuals feel that the venerable 6 shooter or the wheel gun is all but obsolete. The popularity of the revolver within law enforcement agencies was staggering and then the advent of the first wonder nines. The first high capacity semi-automatic pistols adopted by many […]

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Ruger Six Series Review: An Obsession

Ruger Six Series Review: An Obsession

| March 30, 2014 | 11 Comments

I figured that I might help you understand my obsession. By Mark Singer Safe Direction Firearms Web Address: safedirection.org In this author’s humble opinion it is the best revolver ever offered by Ruger. As compared to a Smith and Wesson I’d say there is a tiny bit of travel in single action with nearly zero […]

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