Monthly Archives: June 2016

What “Goes Around”, Sometimes Comes Back Around: Herter’s .44 Magnum Revolver Project

I recently saw for sale an old Herter’s .44 magnum revolver. Now, I need another .44 mag like I need, well – another .44 mag! Although I have a couple of .44 mag revolvers, a Contender single shot (and extra … Continue reading

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WEIGAND “NO-GUNSMITHING” SCOPE MOUNT BASE FOR RUGER .22R AEMI-AUTO PISTOLS

I love “messing” with guns, and rarely reach a stopping point. Recently I came across a good deal on a 3X Tasco Pro Class hand gun scope which I wanted to try on my Ruger Standard pistol – having already … Continue reading

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IN DEFENSE OF REVOLVERS

Once upon a time, the revolver was the premier handgun for self defense and battle. Police departments and military units used revolvers – usually of the double action variety – in all sorts of calibers, with the .38 Special being … Continue reading

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