Revolvers are just plain addictive to shoot, and a blast to collect.
Finding great revolvers at a good price is always good news.
These five revolver deals will help fill your gun cabinet with the kind of firearms you want.
The Ruger GP100 revolver chambered in .357 Magnum makes a lot of sense. Where legal, it makes a great, easy shooting hunting weapon and a quite formidable sidearm for defense.
The .357 Magnum will also shoot the lighter recoiling and more economical .38 Special cartridge. Ruger revolvers are built with tank-like strength. It will last longer than you can shoot it.
Sometimes even the .357 Magnum lacks just a bit in the power department. That is where a .44 Magnum like Ruger's Redhawk comes into play.
Whether you are hammering hogs, busting watermelons, or packing heat in big bear country, the Ruger Redhawk is both a dependable and weather resistant stainless steel revolver.
When pennies count and you are looking for a good, dependable .22 revolver, the Heritage Rough Rider is the way to go.
Built in true western style, this single action revolver accepts 6 rounds of .22 longs or shorts. Best of all, it's marked at a price that's really easy to digest.
When you're looking for a revolver for concealed carry, the small and super light Airweight Smith & Wesson 642 is a joy to have on you.
Loaded up with 5 rounds of .38 Special +P ammunition, this little revolver will rock an attacker's world.
Sometimes pure fun can also be useful. Case in point: the Taurus Public Defender Revolver.
Sure, this large, snub-nosed revolver shoots .45 Long Colt ammunition, but it will also fire .410 shotshells of birdshot, buckshot, and even slugs. If you own a .410 shotgun or live in snake country, this revolver might just be a good addition to your wilderness kit.