Revolvers to Buy Now
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I’ve done a bit of hunting with revolvers and loved every minute of it. The Taurus Raging Bull in 44 magnum fits right into the hunting market. I’ve shot this one, and the crisp, clean trigger pull ensures accuracy every shot. The design of the Raging Bull from cushioned grips to porting on the barrel reduce recoil. CLICK TO BUY
While I’m admitting my own shortcomings, I can’t stand snakes. They’re sneaky and hide around every corner. Most snakes don’t pose a threat, but when I’m in the turkey woods, an encounter with a snake means poison. For those moments, I need something compact and reliable. The close-shot capability makes the Taurus 4410 Tracker great for Mr. No Shoulders. CLICK TO BUY
Lightweight 357 magnum revolvers are not pleasant to shoot. That is, unless you load it with 38 specials. The Smith & Wesson 340PD easily conceals away and is a favored backup for many. With wintertime here a lightweight, compact gun like the 340PD is a great option for pocket carry during the cold months. CLICK TO BUY
North American Arms is the name when it comes to mini revolvers. They’re fun on the range and in the field. The Holster Grip Combo makes shooting the 22 WMR mini-revolver simple. The grip locks open and can be closed by pressing a button. This mini-revolver would make a great addition to any collector’s stash. CLICK TO BUY
Ruger revolvers come in many different sizes, but none can match the 10mm. Since its resurgence, the 10mm is exploding in every configuration out there. Predominately found in semi-auto platforms, the 10mm excels in self defense or hunting applications. The Ruger GP-100 in 10mm adds another option for shooters who enjoy magnum revolvers. CLICK TO BUY
Don’t’ forget the fun and functionality of the revolver platform. For new shooters or old, revolvers are easy to maintain and learn, making them ideal for many situations. ~ KJ
Kevin Jarnagin (KJ) hails from Oklahoma, but quickly established Louisiana roots after joining the Gun Talk team. KJ grew up as a big game hunter, and knows his way around a bass boat. Whether it’s making his way to British Columbia for elk or training with pistols, Jarnagin always seems to find a gun in his hands and adventure on his mind.
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