American Handgunner March/April 2017 PDF

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Highlights of the March/April 2017 issue of American Handgunner include:

apex_storeAPEX DREAM GUNS — Un-tethered Imagination And A Collaboration Of Customizers — Celebrated!

NUCLEAR-POWERED SIGHTING SYSTMES: — Tritium And The XS Luminous Night Sights

CIVILIAN VS. MILITARY: — When It Comes To Calibers, Does The Magic Flow Both Ways?

handguns_storeCLOSE LOOK: HANDGUN HEAVEN — New Models And New Ideas To Appease Your Handgun Hankering!

DUSTY’S 1911 — Can A Novice Build A 1911 From Nighthawk Custom Parts?

eagle_storeMAGNUM RESEARCH BABY DESERT EAGLE II — A Rugged, Combat-Proven CZ75-Based Auto — Self-Defense Personified

THE EVOLUTION ARMORY 1911 — Passion And Art Join Forces In Old-School Craftsmanship Celebration

HANDGUN SCOPES: WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW? — Top Glass From Quality Makers Turns Good-Enough… Into Great!

ammo_storeOUTSTANDING AMMO — Are You A Projectile Illuminati When It Comes To Quality?

GRASS ROOTS GRINDS! — Hobilis Bush Tools — Purpose-Driven Outdoor Cutters

MGE’S “COLT” GENERAL OFFICER’S PISTOL — Highest-Quality Repro Of The Classic Colt 1903 Pocket Model

THE GUNS OF “BLOODY” BILL LONGLEY — The Dance .44 Challenged Colt’s Dragoon
PLUS MUCH MORE!

PLUS: reader favorite columns for Dave Anderson,
John Connor, Massad Ayoob, Mark Hampton John Taffin and Mike “Duke” Venturino.

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