American Handgunner Nov/Dec 2020 PDF




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COVER STORY: KIMBER’S 1911 RAPID BLACK ICE — Hang On Tight To This 10mm Express Train.

MY FATHER’S COLT — Faithful Service Through 30 Years And 3 Wars.

CZ’S P-07 THE EUROPEAN 1911? — Polymer Carry Pistol.

WALTHER’S CCP M2 — A Retro Tech .380 ACP.

THE MAKING OF A TANKER — Mag-Na-Port Turns A GP100 Into A Custom Carry GEM.

WILSON COMBAT’S EDC X95 — The NE Plus Ultra Of Defensive Handguns.

SPARTA RISING! — Spartan Blades Poised To Take New Territory.


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

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