American Handgunner July/August 2014 PDF




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Highlights of the July/August 2014 issue of American Handgunner include:

Cover Story — Rock Island’s .22 TCM Series: 1,325 MPH 40-gr. Screamers — From Handguns?

In A Galaxy Not Too Far Away… — A “Real” Stormtrooper Blaster? You Bet!

Holster Mistakes — How To Avoid The “Box Of Holsters” Ordeal.

Close Look: Knives — Blades, Brush-Busters And Bad-Boy Edges.

Brownells Turns 75! — A Sneak Peek At Your Favorite Gunsmith Supply Company.

WW2 Revolvers — Absurd To Outstanding — Going To War With Wheelguns.

The Last Of The Walther P1’s — These May Be The Last Hurrah For This Classic Pistol.

Close Look: Gun Cleaning — Goodies And Goo To Keep ‘Em Clean.

Revitalizing Reapers! — Neo-Classic Cutters From Vehement Knives.

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

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