William "Bucky" Lawson is a self-described "typical Appalachian-American gun enthusiast". He is a military historian specializing in World War II and has written a few things, as he says, "here and there". A featured contributor for Strategy & Tactics, he likes dogs, range time, and a good cigar - preferably with an Old Fashioned that has an extra orange slice.

S&W CSX Adds a New Dimension: Olde English Outfitters

Aimed squarely at the concealed carry crowd, the Smith & Wesson CSX looks to challenge the Sig P365XL and the Glock 48X for market share.

Down the Rabbit Hole of Precision Rifle Shooting

Jeremy and Steve recently hit the Precision Rifle Series Championship in New Mexico. Here's a little of what they did, saw, and think.

Steampunk Coolness: The 1896 Bittner Ring Pistol

I’m too old to have been caught up in the Steampunk thing. I don’t know whether it’s a fad, a game, a trend, a hobby, a cosplay thing…maybe all of those? Whatever. But some of that stuff is, admittedly, pretty sweet looking. And I like how some of it is based on actual historical devices, […]

The New Ruger Wrangler Birdshead Single Action in .22 LR

Ruger introduced the SA Wrangler .22 LR Revolver a couple years ago and it’s been a great success. What's new about this newest Ruger Wrangler? Find out.

The Bren Ten: A Historical Failure

Sometimes, even a quality, well-designed (mostly) product will fail. It happens all the time and can be for any number of reasons. Such was the case with the Bren Ten pistol, as explained to us by none other than Larry Vickers. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, a California company called Dornaus and Dixon […]

The Eastern Airlines Colt Anti-Hijacker Revolver

Hijacking airliners was like an international sport in the 1960s and early 1970s. Political activists, criminals, folk legends (looking at YOU, D.B. Cooper, wherever you are), and more than a few psychos tried their hand at knocking over airplanes to further whatever goal they had in their twisted little minds. It never ended well, but […]

The 1903 Webley Fosbery: An “Automatic” Revolver?

Ian McCollum of Forgotten Weapons got his hands on a historic Webley revolver variant and gives us the lowdown.

Jerry Miculek Says Never Do This with Your Revolver…

What happens when you use your revolver incorrectly? Do we really want to find out? Here are some things Jerry Miculek says not to do.

Why a Revolver?

Revolvers are outdated. If you’re offended by that statement, please vent your frustration in the comments and change my mind. I mean, you’d do that anyhow, but it’s nice to have permission. But before you get all fired up, read a little further. They might be outdated in terms of capacity and, to a lesser […]

Is Your Gun Talking to You?

Ever take the time to listen to your gun? I don’t mean the loud “bang” that we protect our ears from. I mean paying attention to its operation.

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