We’re busy working on all kinds of good stuff, so our coverage will be brief, this week. Continue reading “Inside the Industry Report”
It’s that time of year again, when thoughts turn towards St. Nicholas and his sleigh full of presents for good boys and girls of all ages. We didn’t keep close track of who was naughty and who was nice this year, so you’re all on the honor system again, OK? I know you’ve all been pretty good . . .
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?”
In an unexpected move from a beleaguered firearms industry that’s struggling to keep up with record-breaking demand, two major brands announced new, California-Compliant revolvers today, to the delight of citizens trapped behind the Golden Curtain. Continue reading “New California-Compliant Revolvers”
In a surprise announcement today, Safariland released the first images of their new, “Blaster Strip,” catching the revolver universe off guard. Continue reading “New Blaster Strip”
In a surprising announcement today, U.S. Navy officials have confirmed the elite U.S. Navy SEALs will transition to a revolver as their primary handgun. Continue reading “Navy SEALs To Adopt New Revolver”
You guys are probably with family, or have been recently. While we love our families, we’re also, dare I say, “stuck with” them? Here at RevolverGuy we can commiserate and empathize. Trust us, we’ve been there. When “That Guy” shows up around the punch bowl, we RevolverGuys all moan and look for the exit. But sometimes, we’re not fast enough, and the conversation usually sounds something like this: Continue reading “RevolverGuy Versus “That Guy””
In the beginning, there was the percussion revolver, and it was good. But reloading those things took half a day, a picnic table, a pouch full of tools, and way too much patience, so we made sure to keep a good saber, knife, or hatchet nearby too. These also came in handy when we returned home to an angry wife, who was tired of cleaning the grease and blackpowder soot from our shirt and pants after a busy day on the battlefield. Continue reading “A Not-So-Serious Look at Reloading The Wheelgun”