GUNS Magazine September 2016 PDF


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Highlights of the September 2016 issue of GUNS Magazine include:

store_springfieldCOVER STORY: THE BADDEST BUGOUT DUO: Springfield’s SOCOM CQB .308 And Gemtech-Suppressed XD(M) .45 May Be The Final Say-So On Protective Fire Power For Beleaguered Civilians.

A-GRADE “A1’s”: Inland’s M1A1 .30 “Paratrooper” Carbine And 1911A1 .45 Are Made-In-The-USA Facsimiles Of The Original.

store_perfectSEMI-PERFECT: John’s Classic Perfect Packin’ Pistol Concepts Is By No Means A Revolver-Only Proposition.

VOLTIGEUR!: Armed With Muskets And An Odd Rifle, Napoleon’s Elite Skirmishers Were First In The Fight.

store_sluggingSLUGGING AWAY: Sabot Or Rifled? Smoothbore Or Not? What Kind Of Accuracy Can You Expect In A Mix-And-Match At The Range?

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

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