Deemed the "Three Wise Men," Gunsite's most recent event paid tribute to three men who shaped the art of handgunning in their own unique ways.
The Henry Big Boy Revolver is a great candidate for defensive carry and a good woods gun for the outdoorsman as well. This rugged revolver is perfect for carrying in a belt holster or chest rig while hiking and hunting.
Burris 2-7x32mm handgun scopes are up to the task of providing hand-gunners with fine, quality optics to meet whatever needs they have.
This slicked-up Smith and Wesson 44 Magnum immediately grabbed my attention. The N-framed Model 629 is a no-nonsense DA revolver. It is capable of performing double duty as a hunting and self-defense gun by capitalizing on the versatility of heavy 44 Magnum loads for hunting and good 44 Special ammunition for personal defense.
The Burris Scout is a low-profile scope, offering enhanced sighting capability without sacrificing the liveliness of the rifle.
The TC9 is definitely a handy SA revolver and the added benefits of the 9mm chambering make it one you should definitely consider adding to your collection.
Lipsey's exclusive 3-inch Colt Python engraved by TGW experts and stocked in American elk stag grips is a fine-shooting sixgun that shoots as good as it looks!
If you are in the market for a revolver chambered for the most powerful commercial revolver cartridge on the planet, the Taurus Raging Hunter in 500 S&W is for you.
Everyone needs at least one good single-action revolver. Some of us need at least one sample of every model! Cimarron Firearms has plenty to choose from, one being this good-shooting Open Top Navy.
The long-awaited Bond Arms Cyclops in 45-70 Government is a stout little handgun. Why a 45-70 Derringer? Well, do we really need a reason?