I.C.O.R.E. – A Revolver Guy/Gal’s Paradise?

When I first heard about the International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts (I.C.O.R.E.), I thought ‘Wow, an international competition format just for wheel guns? It’s a revolver lover’s paradise!’ Well, I was mostly right. Allow me to explain… Continue reading “I.C.O.R.E. – A Revolver Guy/Gal’s Paradise?”

Coming Rise of the 1911? Part I: Safety

It seems that the traditional double-action/single-action semi-auto is enjoying a period of rediscovery by Gun Culture 2.0. Though the striker-fired semi-auto is still the king, some very knowledgeable firearms personalities are carrying Berettas, CZs, and even old all-metal S&Ws. Continue reading “Coming Rise of the 1911? Part I: Safety”

Field Report Testing Standard Operating Procedure

Good news, guys: it’s raining guns on us here at RevolverGuy! Thanks to Mike’s hard work at SHOT (and since) I’ve two revolvers sitting here awaiting review, and another on the way. We’ve come a long way since the first T&E gun I was lucky enough to receive. With all these new guns coming in, we have worked to develop a Revolver Testing Standard Operating Procedure (RT-SOP). Continue reading “Field Report Testing Standard Operating Procedure”

RevolverGuy on Gun Talk with Tom Gresham

Yesterday I joined Tom Gresham on my second Gun Talk Radio appearance. Even though the show notes say we talked about my 3,650 minutes of dry practice, we got so excited talking about revolvers we ran out of time before we got to it!

I also appeared on Gun Talk way back in September, 2017.

Liked it? Support RevolverGuy on Patreon!

Become a Patron!