Get to Know Your Revolver … Inside and Out!
Master the revolver – whether for sport, hunting or self-defense – with this book.
You’ll Love This If:
- You’re considering buying a revolver for self-defense or hunting
- You carry concealed and want a revolver as a backup gun
- You want to improve your shooting technique with a revolver
Learn Which Caliber of Revolver is Best for Your Application
In Gun Digest Book of the Revolver, world-renowned revolversmith Grant Cunningham fleshes out the double-action revolver – shooting, handling, carrying, maintaining and accessorizing – like no one else can. Whether you’re considering a revolver as a primary or backup concealed carry gun, or for hunting or target shooting, this book has everything you need to know.
You’ll Learn About:
- The revolver as an ideal concealed carry or home defense gun
- Revolver sights and optics
- Proper revolver fit and grips
Sneak Peek: Gun Photos: 20 Revolver Sixgun Salute
20 lovely sixgun images – with a focus on practical double-action revolvers – from the Gun Digest Book of the Revolver. Click to See Photo Gallery
What Else is Inside?
- Spare ammo carriers
- How to clean and maintain the revolver
- Holster options for wheelguns
- Best ammo for hunting, self-defense, target and competition
TIP: Includes Detailed Photos on Emergency Malfunction Clearing
- Why the Revolver?
- The Perfect Fit
- Calibers and Ammunition
- Sights and Sighting
- Mastering the Double Action Trigger
- Putting it All Together – Shooting Accurately in Double Action
- Reloading the Revolver
- Emergency Malfunction Clearing
- One-Hand Reloading
- Customization and Modification
- Carrying the Revolver
- Special Issues of the Snubnose
- Cleaning and Maintenance Kit
- “Ed’s Red” Bore Cleaner
- Plus hundreds of detailed photos of the revolver in action!
About the Author
Grant Cunningham is a world-renowned revolversmith and certified Combat Focus Shooting instructor, with experience teaching general self defense with handguns and revolver-specific courses. His articles and photographs have been published in Concealed Carry magazine, the Personal Defense Network project, and on his popular website, grantcunningham.com.