22-Caliber Double Actions From Ruger, S&W, and Taurus

These rimfire revolvers offer a lot of plinking fun and inexpensive training. We’d buy the S&W if cost were not a factor, the Ruger if we wanted a light kit gun, or the Taurus for its swappable cylinders.

Rimfire revolvers offer a lot of plinking fun. They can also be great training guns to perfect revolver technique without the added cost and recoil of a centerfire revolver. We took a look at three revolvers, all of which have centerfire counterparts. Our test revolvers included an S&W Model 617-6 built on an L-Frame, a […]
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