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COVER STORY: THE LR-300 TACTICAL RIFLE — Take A Look At This Versatile, Compact Defensive Carbine From ZM Weapons.
THE “OTHER” 1911S: — The Government Model Isn’t Necessarily Synonymous With .45 ACP.
ACCURACY POTENTIAL — Handloads And Match Ammo Can Tell You If Your Rifle Is An Undiscovered Treasure.
CONCEALED CARRY CLOTHING — You Need More Than A Holster To Create An Effective CCW Ensemble.
THE WILCOX POWER GRIP — An Incredible Little Handle That Offers A Wide Array Of Tactical Visual Options.
CAST BULLETS FOR SEMI-AUTOS — Unconventional Handloading Techniques Turn Tactical Pistols Into Pleasant Plinkers.
SELF-DEFENSE AMMO — High-Tech Designs Give Today’s Shooters A Lot Of Options In Handgun Loads.
STEYR TACTICAL RIFLE — The Claim Of “Best Steyr Ever” Will Take A Lot To Live Up To, But This .308 May Be Up To The Challenge.
WORLD SNIPER CHAMPIONSHIP — A Unique And Demanding Event That Challenges The Skills Of The Modern Tactical Rifleman.
THE PERFORMANCE FACTOR — Choose Your Defensive Ammo Based On More Than Just Marketing Hype.
THE CUSTOM PISTOLS OF GARY REEDER — There Classic Handguns Are Designed And Crafted With Serious Field Use In Mind.
RIFLEMAN — Check Your Smoke Alarm & Rotate Your Rifles.
HANDLOADER — Grain And Grain!
SHOTGUNNER — Steel Gets Cheap.
QUARTERMASTER — GG&G Flip-Up Sight.
QUARTERMASTER — Briley Shotgun Porting.
QUARTERMASTER — MTM Utility Case.
QUARTERMASTER — Scattergun Technologies Side-Saddle Mount.
GUNS INSIDER — Marlin And H&R 1871 Merge.
PLUS MUCH MORE!
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