Fighting Leather: The Jordan Holster

The sands of time fall slowly through the neck of the hourglass at the border, and sometimes they stop entirely. Despite the progress made in other parts of the nation by the early part of the 20th Century, the border Southwest of the 1920s to 1940s looked virtually unchanged from the days before the Mexican-American … Continue reading “Fighting Leather: The Jordan Holster”

RG101: Revolver Grasp, or How to Hold a Revolver

It’s been said plenty of times before, but there are a lot of pretty experienced shooters out there that don’t know how to shoot a revolver. This number seems to grow every year, as more and more people pick up the shooting sports and fewer and fewer pick up wheelgunning. In fact, a friend (who … Continue reading “RG101: Revolver Grasp, or How to Hold a Revolver”

Flying with Firearms: American Airlines BSO

I recently wrote about Delta Airlines’ “CAGPT” program and my experience with it. Since I frequently fly with firearms, I am going to make an effort to catalog my experiences. My most recent flight was with American Airlines. While not quite as bad as my experience with Delta, the American Airlines BSO tag doesn’t make … Continue reading “Flying with Firearms: American Airlines BSO”

Missing Link: The Smith & Wesson Model 68

When Smith & Wesson introduced their Model 69 Combat Magnum revolver in .44 Magnum back in 2016, there were a few RevolverGuys out there who wondered if S&W skipped a model number. The shooting world already knew about the popular Model 67 Combat Masterpiece Stainless, and now we had the new Model 69 Combat Magnum … Continue reading “Missing Link: The Smith & Wesson Model 68”

The 5-Star Firearms Speedloader Review

It’s speedloader time again! A few weeks ago I reached out to 5-Star Firearms to ask for a sample of their loaders to review. They got back to me promptly and got a package on its way. I’ve had three or four weeks to play with these things, so here goes my review of the … Continue reading “The 5-Star Firearms Speedloader Review”

Perfecta Ammo Review – .357 Magnum

We’re all trying to get the best bang for our buck when buying ammo. Perfecta .357 ammo recently started showing up on all the online ammo shops and I couldn’t ignore the price point. I was skeptical, not being able to find a Perfecta ammo review for .357 Magnum, and the “in collaboration with Tulammo, … Continue reading “Perfecta Ammo Review – .357 Magnum”

About Mike Wood

Name: Mike Wood Role: Senior Editor, Official RevolverGuy.com Historian Favorite Revolver: Smith & Wesson Model 19 (4″, pre-lock) Mike Wood grew up as the son of a 30 year California Highway Patrolman, who was the lead firearms instructor for his assigned area of the state. As kids, Mike and his brother spent their formative years … Continue reading “About Mike Wood”