Upcoming Snubnose Revolver Class with Greg Ellifritz

Hey guys, I wanted to make everyone aware of an upcoming revolver class in Wilmington, Ohio. I (and at least one other reader of RevolverGuy) will be attending. I’d like to see more of you there, too! The class is run by Greg Ellifritz on Saturday, October 19. The cost is $200. I’m not going to reinvent the wheel. The info below is directly from Greg’s course description. Registration information is available HERE. Continue reading “Upcoming Snubnose Revolver Class with Greg Ellifritz”

Much Ado About Ejector Rod Length

If you hang around RevolverGuys long enough, you will eventually run across a discussion of ejector rod length. It seems that often this will take the form of, “so-and-so revolver doesn’t have a long ejector rod” or “I’ll by X instead of Y because it has a full-length ejector rod.” Frequently this conversation seems to be based around superficial factors, and I’m guilty of this myself. Continue reading “Much Ado About Ejector Rod Length”

Universal Holster: The Galco Switchback

I suppose I’m not like most gun owners. One way in which I likely differ is I like a full complement of support equipment for each gun I own. At a minimum this means one high-quality holster and a couple speedloaders for each of my revolvers. When the Galco Switchback was announced I found myself wondering what utility a universal fit holster would offer me. Continue reading “Universal Holster: The Galco Switchback”

Unconventional Carry: Coat Hanger Carry

A couple weekends ago I picked up the most recent issue of Skillset Magazine (Summer 2019 Edition). Much to my surprise, one of the articles was on the use of snubby revolvers by, shall we say, interesting personnel. The featured photograph caught my eye because there was a twisted piece of coat hanger wrapped around the an old S&W .38. I didn’t understand what I was looking at until I read the article and saw the term “coat hanger carry.” Continue reading “Unconventional Carry: Coat Hanger Carry”

“The Dry Fire Primer” by Annette Evans

As likely happens with most of us, time occasionally gets away from me. Last August, when I attended Chuck Haggard’s Practical Revolvers, competition shooter Annette Evans was also in attendance. At the end of the day before Chuck cut us loose, he let us know that Annette had books for sale. I’m a sucker for a book, so I grabbed a copy of The Dry Fire Primer with every intention of diving right into it. Continue reading ““The Dry Fire Primer” by Annette Evans”

SGAmmo.com: Awesome Source of Cheap Ammo

Over the past two years I’ve ordered many thousands of rounds of ammunition. An awful lot of it has come from SGAmmo.com. I didn’t find out about SGAmmo.com until Mike told me about them and I felt late to the party, so I want to spread the word to you guys. Continue reading “SGAmmo.com: Awesome Source of Cheap Ammo”