The Smith & Wesson Model 648 is an iconic piece of Americana, like a trusted friend who stands by your side no matter what. It’s the kind of revolver that has been around for generations, passed down from father to son and embraced by hunters, lawmen and competitive shooters alike. With its classic lines, reliable construction and superior accuracy, it’s become a symbol of rugged dependability in the eyes of some Americans.
Author: Richard Johnson
Richard Johnson is a gun writer, amateur historian and - most importantly - a dad. He's done a lot of silly things in his life, but quitting police work to follow his passion of writing about guns was one of the smartest things he ever did. He founded this site and continues to manage its operation.
ESS Guardian EDC Backpack Review
I continue to be impressed by the quality of Elite Survival Systems products, and I hope to relate why in this ESS Guardian EDC backpack review.
I needed a low-profile backpack to carry all of my gear. I relied on another backpack for many years. While I was happy with its performance, it didn’t exactly blend into most environments.
Support for new gun control laws is at an all-time low according to a Gallup poll.
Down from an all-time high of 60% recorded in 1959, only 29% of the surveyed adults believed that citizens should be banned from owning and possessing handguns. Additionally, 69% of those surveyed outright oppose any ban on handguns.
Without a doubt, the original Springfield Armory Hellcat is an amazing handgun – one of several in the micro-compact CCW pistol niche. In today’s Springfield Hellcat Pro review, we take a close look at its larger brother.
Does adding 0.7″ in length and 4 more rounds in the standard magazine make a big enough difference to upgrade to the Pro? We explore that and all of the other features in this range test and review.
Last week, Springfield Armory announced its new SA-35 pistol. Like the company’s 1911 handguns, this iconic design is a modern riff on a highly-regarded John M. Browning design.