It’s the eternal question; One that torments the minds of RevolverGuys even more than “Smith versus Colt,” “Blued versus Stainless,” or “Leather versus Kydex.” Continue reading “Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?”
I can hear the chorus of self-proclaimed “operators” now . . .
“But, but, but . . . you’ll get kilt! Are you crazy?”
Well, I might be, but not because I think a snub makes a good home defense gun. Continue reading “A Snub For Home Defense?”
If you’ve been hanging around RevolverGuy for a while, you probably recognize the company name, TK Custom. Continue reading “TK Custom Kimber K6S Firing Pin and Spring Kit”
Let’s talk about butts.
A RevolverGuy shared these older Colt ads with me, and I really enjoyed looking at them.
Today marks the 36th anniversary of the terrible 1986 gunfight between members of the FBI’s Miami C-1 Bank Robbery Squad, and a pair of violent bank and armored car robbers who were willing to fight to the death, rather than surrender. Continue reading “1986 FBI Miami Gunfight Anniversary”
It’s been 52 years since the pivotal Newhall Gunfight changed the landscape for police training, tactics, equipment and culture. Continue reading “Newhall Anniversary”
One of my favorite things to do here at RevolverGuy is to introduce the readers to the talented artisans who make the products that we know and love. I often find that their personal stories are as interesting as the popular wares which bear their marque! Continue reading “Simply Rugged Leather”
I recently spent some time carrying a bigger revolver than I normally carry, and the experience reminded me how small details can make a big difference—often out of proportion to their size. Continue reading “Thoughts On The Compact Service Revolver”