Revolver Reviews

Cimarron Twins: 44Magnum and 10MM

Cimarron Twins: 44Magnum and 10MM

| July 4, 2020 | 1 Comments

Cimarron Firearms known for their authentic Old Western Firearm Replicas has decided to combine a classic design with modern features, for a rather unique single action suitable for every single action collection. The first released was the Biggest Badboy of them all, the 44Magnum. ? ?Then I noticed Cimarron had recently made a new announcement, […]

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Cimarron Badboy 44Magnum Freedom Pill Giveaway Final

Cimarron Badboy 44Magnum Freedom Pill Giveaway Final

| June 18, 2020 | 0 Comments

Before announcing the recipient of the giveaway we have to start with the results. 180gr Hornady XTP —-18in 200gr Speer GodDot — 17.5in 200gr Hornady XTP —–20in 210gr Sierra JHP ———22in 240gr Hornady XTP —–17.5in Factory Speer GoldDot -19in The winner of the giveaway is Rob Goin. Though not as close to penetration he was […]

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CIMARRON BADBOY 44MAGNUM: DAYATTHERANGE GIVEAWAY – Velocities?

CIMARRON BADBOY 44MAGNUM: DAYATTHERANGE GIVEAWAY – Velocities?

| May 24, 2020 | 0 Comments

Get Your Predictions In Here I split the video into two parts to allow range fans to get their votes in. Knowing the velocities may help you with your penetration predictions. Let’s have some fun out there. How many of you expert ballisticians can get it right, you better be first. A Proper submissions looks […]

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Smith and Wesson 629 Competitor: Performance Center Craftsmanship

Smith and Wesson 629 Competitor: Performance Center Craftsmanship

| May 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

For me there aren?t many experiences that beat shooting a top shelf highly tuned revolver. This experience ranks right up there with sporting around town in a 1970 Hemi Powered Cuda and laying a little rubber down on the street. Though it has been many years since I have sat behind the wheel of a […]

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10mm and 357 Magnum — Hiking Trail Protection

10mm and 357 Magnum — Hiking Trail Protection

| April 8, 2020 | 3 Comments

This really is a test of my own personal ability to shoot 357Magnum and 10mm of essentially the same power factor. It is a rather simple test of how accurate can I be with either loaded to 1250fps. I was much more accurate with the 10mm over the 357Magnum at 15 yards and fast follow […]

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