Monthly Archives: September 2015

1875 Remington ‘Outlaw’ by A. Uberti

Between 25,000 and 30,000 Remington revolvers were manufactured during the years 1875-1889 in three different ammunition sizes: .44 Remington Center fire; .44-40; and .45 Long Colt. These were not optional; rather, the caliber of production models was determined by their … Continue reading

Ruger Charger – Old Review Update

The Ruger 22 Charger – Don’t Dodge This One! The Ruger 22 Charger has been in the Ruger menu for quite some time. I purchased one just to see what Ruger could do with a 10/22 action with a shortened … Continue reading

Rediscovering (Early) Revolvers

There are several things that I love (among others, of course) and two of those are “Period Correct” movies (firearms and manner of dress) and firearms used during those periods. The period that I am addressing is a short period … Continue reading

SHTF Gear Holster – 1911 “Commander”

Having used a SHTF Gear holster in the past, for a Springfield XDs 4.0 .45 acp and a Glock G43, I was pretty confident that I would receive an excellent SHTF Gear ACE-1 Gen 2 Holster after ordering one for … Continue reading

Shoot For The Fun Of It!

When we finally get enough time and ammunition we head to the range –usually for a purpose. Whether to sight in a scope on a rifle for hunting, break in a new firearm, run shooting drills, or practice with our … Continue reading

1871 Navy Colt Conversion (Early Version) by A. Uberti

The Colt Revolving Belt Pistol of Naval Caliber (i.e., .36 cal), later known as the Colt 1851 Navy or Navy Revolver, is a cap and ball revolver that was designed by Samuel Colt between 1847 and 1850. Colt first called … Continue reading