Magnum Research Desert Eagle L5 .357 Mag.

Magnum Research Desert Eagle L5 .357 Mag.

While the Colt 1911, Smith & Wesson revolver and even Glock G17 are iconic handguns whose very outlines are instantly recognizable, there’s another heavy-hitting pistol that’s becoming a Hollywood star in its own right. Whenever Hollywood is looking for the...
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The Powerful Benjamin Bulldog 357! “Magnum” Air Rifle

The Powerful Benjamin Bulldog 357! “Magnum” Air Rifle

Compressed air firearm innovation has truly jumped forward lately. The Benjamin Bulldog .357 air rifle is at the main edge, empowering you to hunt medium-sized animals. The Benjamin Bulldog .357 air rifle is about as intense as a .38 or...
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Watch the Bow Mag explosive arrowhead fire a .357 Magnum round

Watch the Bow Mag explosive arrowhead fire a .357 Magnum round

“The Bow Mag, looks like a bomb and pretty much acts like one.” TWANGnBANG’s assessment of this explosive big game arrow head is on point. This ridiculous weapon combines the best of both worlds. Do you think it’s still legal...
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Gun Review: Henry Big Boy Steel in .41 Magnum

Gun Review: Henry Big Boy Steel in .41 Magnum

Regular readers know that I’ve shot a lot of lever guns, a fair few of them Henrys. The Henry Big Boy Steel in .41 Magnum was a first. I’d never seen a rifle of any kind in this Goldilocks caliber....
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Can this country girl handle the 500 Magnum?

Can this country girl handle the 500 Magnum?

Women and guns are quite a lethal combination because men are not used to seeing the two together and when they do its as if the heaven has opened doors for them and they have become the luckiest lads in...
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The .44 Magnum: A Historical Look

The .44 Magnum: A Historical Look

The .44 magnum will forever be linked to Detective “Dirty Harry” Callahan ridding the streets of crime on the big screen. The history of the .44 magnum cartridge is a lot deeper than that of Hollywood. Elmer Keith was the...
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