American Handgunner May/June 2002 PDF


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COVER STORY: TAURUS TODAY — The “Revolver Company” From Brazil Is Doing Amazing Things With Semi-Automatics.

THE SIXGUNNER — El Paso Saddlery And Their Great Renditions Of Classic Lawmen’s Holsters.

THE REVOLERIST’S MAGIC WAND — Gary Reeder Assists In The Search For The Perfect Revolver..

RANGE WAR — A Shoot-Out Erupts Down The Lane Star State.

THE LEGEND OF BIG RED — Ruger’s Super Redhawk Boasts A Legacy As Its Bore.

BETTER SHOOTING — The Plaxco Principles.

TEXAS STEEL — Brad Duncan And His Remarkable Combat Folders.

THE AYOOB FILES — When Airline Pilots Draw Guns.

TAFFIN TESTS — Upgrading Replica Sixguns With Replica Stocks.

AYOOB VS. THE MACHINE — Ayoob Says He Can Shoot As Well As A Ransom Rest. We Ask Him To Put Up Or Shut Up.

COMBAT SHOOTING — Handgun Retrospective.

HANDGUN LEATHER — Old Paint Vs. Elsie.

HANDGUN HUNTING — Fire And Iceland.

HANDLOADING — Burning Rates And Conventional Wisdom.

TACTICAL ADVANTAGE — Condition Three Jitters.

PISTOLSMITH — Hidey-Holes And The Rolodex.

STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS — The Importance Of Flexibility.

COP TALK — Count Your Chads For The .357 SIG.

THE 10-RING — Only On Problem With This Heroic Rescue.

GUNNYSACK — Nikon Sporter I 10×36 Binoculars.

GUNNYSACK — Benchmade Griptilian Folder.

GUNNYSACK — McCormick “Drop-In” Rear Sight.

GUNNYSACK — Lyman Digital Trigger Pull Gauge.

THE INSIDER — Lights, Camera, Action.


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