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Highlights of the November/December 2014 issue of American Handgunner include:
Close Look: Lights & Lasers — “Don’t Stare At The Light!”
Umarex PO8 Air Pistol — CO2-Powered BB Luger Look-Alike.
Handgun Hunting: Really Large Critters — When The Quarry Is, 1,000 Pounds… What Then?
Colt’s Cap & Ball Revolvers — From Baby .31’s To Bomming .44’s!
2014 Grunt’s Gift Guide — Great Gifts For Your Favorite G.I.!
Heizer PS1 Pocket Shotgun — Single-Shot .410/.45 Colt Hand-Cannon.
American-Made: Republic Forge — A 100 Percent US 1911 — Including The Raw Materials!
Taurus “View” Compact Revolver — A Tiny .38 Special Ultimate Back-Up Gun.
Hand-Forged Excellence — Knifemaker Phil Evens Makes Classics The Hard Way!
Close Look: Defense & Security — Protection What’s Yours.
PLUS: reader favorite columns for Dave Anderson, John Connor, Massad Ayoob,
Clint Smith, John Taffin and Mike “Duke” Venturino.
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