A Love Affair Renewed

davisBy James “JD” Davis

You can also follow JD on his own blog at fmjdblog.blogspot.com .

I consider myself a “revolver guy” even though I don’t use revolvers exclusively. My love for firearms can be traced back to several films, one of which being Dirty Harry. Now everyone knows Dirty Harry carried a .44 magnum Smith and Wesson model 29 and I, like most Americans, have wanted one for as long as I can remember. But alas, there is another revolver that has sat on my “Want List” for almost as long and in my opinion is the second coolest revolver of all time: the Webley and Scott revolver. Continue reading


Pheasant Hunting

davisBy James “JD” Davis

(James is a new writer to Guns and Gunsmiths who I met at the 2015 SHOT Show. This is his first article for us, and it is something that a lot of us can relate to–going hunting with our dads. It’s a nice story and hopefully only the first of many from james. You can also follow JD on his own blog at fmjdblog.blogspot.com  –editor)

Walking up through a patch of milo we slowly but anxiously follow the dogs, waiting for something (preferably a pheasant) to take flight. Suddenly, the dogs are on something. It takes flight. The guns go up. We stop. A sparrow. We laugh and reset the safeties on our shotguns and continue on up the patch. Continue reading