Revolver Reviews

Smith & Wesson S&W500 8″ Hunting Revolver

When first released in 2003, the Model S&W500 was the most powerful production handgun in the world. This hunting revolver has an 8" barrel, a 5 shot cylinder, and comes with one of two compensators to help deal with massive kick that comes with shooting the gun.

Taurus Model 444 Raging Bull Revolver

The Model 444 Raging Bull by Taurus is a high-powered revolver chambered in .44 Magnum and used primarily for hunting. Features Single-Action/Double-Action trigger setup, ported barrel, 6-shot capacity, blued or stainless finishes, transfer bar and internal locking safety systems, and adjustable sig...[Read More]

Taurus Model 85 Titanium Pocket Revolver

The Titanium version of the Taurus Model 85 pocket revolver sheds nearly half the weight of the stainless steel original without sacrificing strength and reliability. Features a 5-shot capacity, single-action/double-action trigger setups, rubber combat grips, an integral safety system, and the abili...[Read More]

Smith & Wesson 686 Service Revolver

The Model 686 is possibly the most popular .357 Magnum service revolver ever produced by Smith & Wesson. Nearly always finished in stainless steel with adjustable rear sights, the gun can be found in both 6-Shot and 7-Shot cylinder variants with barrel lengths starting at 2.5" and extending on o...[Read More]

Colt Anaconda .44 Revolver

The Anaconda represented Colt's entry into the market niche of large-frame revolvers capable of shooting the .44 Magnum round. Similar in both function and style of the Python, the Anaconda features a 6-round capacity, Double-Action/Single-Action trigger setup, full length barrel underlug and overba...[Read More]

Taurus Model 85 Ultra-Lite Pocket Revolver

This alloy framed Ultra-Lite version of the famous line of Taurus Model 85 pocket revolvers shaves off almost 25% of the base weight in an attempt to make the gun easier to carry in the pocket and ankle. 5 Round capacity, 2" Barrel, and other features remain the same as the original.

Taurus Model 65 Service Revolver

The Model 65 is the gun which most closely resembles a traditional service revolver within the Taurus family of wheel guns. Features a 6-round capacity cylinder chambered in .357 Magnum and capable of shooting .38 Special as well. Offers combat grips, fixed sights, and a single-action/double-action...[Read More]

Smith & Wesson Model 629 Revolver

The Model 629 is a high powered 6-shot revolver chambered for the .44 Magnum cartridge. Features a full-length barrel underlug, combat grips, adjustable sights, and a 5" barrel. A member of S&W's N-Frame lineup and based on the Model 29 of Dirty Harry fame.

Taurus Model 85 Pocket Revolver

While weighing a few ounces more than its Ultra-Lite brethren, the Taurus Model 85 is still a fast drawing pocket revolver that serves its purpose very well. Comes with a 5-shot capacity cylinder in .38 Special (most are +P rated) matched to a steel frame and a Single-Action/Double-Action trigger.

Colt King Cobra .357 Revolver

The King Cobra is one of Colt's most well-known service revolvers. Chambered in .357 Magnum/.38 Special with a 6-Shot capacity. Available in one blued and two stainless finishes. The reinforced gun was made with barrels that varied from 2.5" in length up to 8" in length.

Taurus Judge Model 45410 Revolver

The original Taurus Judge high-powered revolver. Chambered to shoot both .45 Colt or .410 shotgun ammunition from any chamber. Double-Action/Single-Action trigger setup. Available in stainless steel, blue, and black finishes. Made in Brazil and comes with a lifetime lifetime warranty.

Smith & Wesson Model 442 Pocket Revolver

This small double-action-only J-Frame revolver is chambered for .38 Special. Both the aluminum frame and steel chamber are finished in black. The gun holds 5 rounds and the chambers can be loaded manually or in series with the aid of moon clips. This gun is known for its effectiveness as a backup ...[Read More]

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