American Handgunner May/June 2016 PDF

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Highlights of the May/June 2016 issue of American Handgunner include:

SIG_cartSIG’S NEW P229/226 GUNFIGHTER — A Factory “Custom” Duty Series In 9mm, .40 And .357 SIG.

A CLOSE LOOK AT: AIRGUNS/AIRSOFT — Shooting At Home Has Never Been Easier!

THE GAL BEHIND THE LENS –Yvonne Venturino: The Lady Who Wrangles Duke’s Photos

kel_tec_cartKEL-TECH’S SUB-2000 — Could This Be An “Ultimate” Handgun Accessory?

A CLOSE LOOK AT” AMMUNITION — Slingin’ Lead Keeping Up With Ammo-Tech

ALMOSTS: THE VEKTOR CP1 PISTOL — Sweeping Lines And Unique Aesthetics Highlight This Attractive Failure.

knife_cartSTEEL WILL POWER — Value, Performance And Eye-Catching Designs In Production Knives!

DEMISE OF JOHN WESLEY HARDIN — How A Colt .38 Lightning Fired That Final Shot

THE CASPIAN DREAM — American-Made 1911 Frames, Slides And More!

accessories_cartA CLOSE LOOK: 1911 ACCESSORIES — A Host Of Goodies For America’s Favorite Auto

NEW PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT — Hot new products you must have!

HANDGUN GIVEAWAY — Glock G40 GEN4 MOS Package

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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