GUNS Magazine May 2015 PDF




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ruger_150The “E” Factor — 9E: Ruger’s Economical Take On The Striker-Fired- SR9 Platform Could Be All The 9mm You Need.

A FIERCE AFFORDABLE FORTY — The New Value-Priced CT40 From Kahr Arms.

UGLY YET FUNCTIONAL — World War II Soviet Small Arms Were Used For And Against Mother Russia And Then Fought Against The Free World For Decades To Follow.


RIFLE ROYALTY — Al, Roger, Paula: The Biesen Family Has Long Been At The Peak Of America’s Custom Rifle Scene, As Well As Being An Essential Element Of The Jack O’Connor Legend.

GUNS OF THE SCARLET RIDERS — Outfitting A 19th Century Mountie With Current Reproductions Calls For A Bit Of Research. Not To Mention A Bit Of Rangework!

NEW PRODUCTS — Hot new products you must have!





PLUS: Reader favorite columns for Dave Anderson, John Connor, Massad Ayoob,John Connor, John Taffin and Mike “Duke” Venturino.

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