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Highlights of the September/October 2016 issue of American Handgunner include:
THE RUGER AMERICAN PISTOL — 100 Percent American-Made 100 Percent Reliable
THE CRANIK TP-9 — Superb Design, Innovative Features And ISO-9000 Quality!
EXCLUSIVE! The Impossible Python –An Incredible “Last-Ever” Factory Colt Python
BIG 9MMS — Duke Says No-Way! Except For…
A BLADE FROM SCHRADE — Blending Time-Proven Design — With Modern Innovation
ROBAR’S TSP & JCP 1911 PISTOLS — Honoring Cooper’s Original Concepts Of A Fighting Pistol
GUNCRAFTER INDUSTRIES — The .50 GI Is Alive And Well… And That’s Not All
CLOSE LOOK: SIGHTS & OPTICS — Blued Steel As An Artistic Medium
CLOSE LOOK: ACCESSORIES — 7 Quick, Sure-Thing Hits You May Need
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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