Category Archives: revolvers

Revolver for Carry

For people who follow this blog you know I favor the revolver.  With that being said you could probably guess that when I carry its a revolver. I have always liked the Smith and Wesson 686.  I can remember when … Continue reading

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Ruger Single Six for plinking and practice

The Ruger Single Six is a nice little single-action revolver.  Its not a handgun I’d use for hunting or home defense, but it is a good tool to practice handling the single-action without the expense of firing large caliber center-fire … Continue reading

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My Ruger Old Model Three Screw

In 1955 Sturm, Ruger and Company came out with a single action revolver they called the Blackhawk.  The Blackhawk was designed to be an improvement of the old Colt Single Action Army; it had better steel, better springs, and a … Continue reading

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Modified Ruger Revolver

I really enjoy shooting single action revolvers.  I know they are slow to load and slower to reload but I love the powerful cartridges you can shoot from a strong single action revolver.  That power comes at a cost, however.  … Continue reading

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New Grips=New Life for an Old Gun

If you have been following this blog for any length of time, you have seen my long barreled Smith & Wesson 686.  It had that cool long stainless steel barrel and those horrible black rubber grips.  The grips were too … Continue reading

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