Category Archives: Revolver

Carrying Spare Ammunition – Revolver

The challenge of carrying spare ammunition for the revolver is not any different today than when revolvers began evolving. Unlike most semi-automatic pistols, revolvers are limited to six or seven rounds of ammunition (.22/.22 WMR revolvers are, of course, an … Continue reading

A Ten-Round Speed Strip for Your Snub Nose Revolver

So you carry, or want to carry, a snub nose revolver for defensive use. The snub nose revolver may be used as a primary carry or as a back-up to your primary carry. One of the challenges, if you do … Continue reading

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

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