Gun sales nationwide has been on the downside lately. Self-defense however, is still a hot topic for many consumers.
Concealed carry firearms are still some of the most searched weapons on the Internet and hammerless revolvers are right up there near the top.
Some gun enthusiasts hate them and some love them for self-defense and the ease of use.
If personal protection and easy operation of the gun is what you’re into, having a revolver is a great option.
The small frame is ideal for concealed carry. They can be carried hidden in numerous ways on the body without any tell-tale sign.
Though popularity falls on the semi-automatic pistol side, the wheel gun does have its place.
The truth is having a gun is better than nothing in a real world life-or-death crisis.
A revolver in its simplest usage is just a simple point-and-shoot weapon with a very low failure rate.
It’s almost impossible to make one jam, and they come in a variety of size options.
Big gun manufacturers like Ruger, Smith & Wesson and Taurus make quality revolvers.
There are many options available such as chambering magnum rounds to adjustable trigger pulls.
So what is so special about a hammerless revolver?
Well, let’s check it out.
There are many hammerless revolvers out on the market today that can make you salivate.
The only way to really find one for yourself is to go to a gun store, hold them, fire them and find the one that you’re comfortable with.
The prices vary, but affordable at around a couple hundred bucks.
Currently, the big dogs in the market are the Ruger and the Smith & Wesson but if you shop around you may find whats right for you.
Another thing to consider is how you would want to carry it.
Is it going in your pocket? Look at the smaller options
If you’re holstering it and you want some power, then go with the .357 Magnum.
In the end It’s all a preference on how you want to handle it. Regardless of your decision, sometimes the ease of use and peace of mind they provide far outweighs the price it may take to get one.