GUNS Magazine Surplus 2017 PDF




Special Edition: Vintage and Classic Firearms

Here’s a look inside this giant 180 page edition and why it should be your “go-to resource” for upgrading your gun collection.

curioThe Curio And Relic FFL — For Gun Guys With A Yen For The Classics, It’s Truly The “Key To The Kingdom.”

The .44 Lancer — John Lachuk’s Home-Brewed Powerhouse Pre-Dated The .44 Mag.

A Death In El Paso — John Wesley Hardin’s Last Hand At The Acme Saloon.

rimfireRimfire Ripper! — The GSG .22 MP40 Is A Quieter, Semi-Auto Echo Of Germany’s Legendary WWII “Burp Gun.”

Allied Handguns — What Were Once Easily Affordable WWII Surplus Staples Are Now Classics. With A Capital “C.”

Sniping With A Tommy Gun — Just How Effective Is The Thompson SMG At “Long Yardage?”

axis_gunsAxis Handguns Of WWII — Surplus Sidearms From “The Dark Side”
Combine Innovative Features With Historic Appeal.

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.

let_ripLet ’Er Rip! — The Light Machine Gun Fully Evolved Into A Much-Feared “Infantry Equalizer” During World War II.

Smith & Wesson’s Model 52 .38 Master — This Classic Bull’s-Eye Semi-Auto Is Chambered For The .38 Special Mid-Range Wadcutter.

p_38_historyHistory’s Great P38 — Germany’s Groundbreaking WWII Sidearm Set The Stage For Generations Of Double-Action 9mm Service Pistols.

Japan’s WWI Handguns — Odd, Yes, But Mostly Functional.

The Star Model B 9mm — “For Those Who Prefer ‘Cocked-And-Locked’ Carry, It’s Perfect.”

just_enoughJust Enough Gun — Making The Case For The .30 M1 Carbine As A Home Defender.

Rust Bluing DIY-Style — How To Get The Results Your Classic Deserves.

Reloading The .44 Special — It May Be The Most Important Handgun Cartridge Of The 20th Century.

no_mans_landNo Man’s Land Is Ours! — British Scout/Snipers Armed With The Excellent
Rifle, No. 4 (T), Last And Best Of The Lee Enfields, Were A Dominating Force In WWII.

The Star .380 ACP Model D — A “Mini-Me” To The 1911.

Iron Curtain Innovation — “What Might Have Been… The Czech cZ52.

A Pair & A Spare… And A Surprise — Another Take On The “Taffin” Concept.

Gun-Fusion Or “Gunfusion?” — Revisiting The Smython

montanaSmall Arms Of Fury — The Filmakers Did A Fine Job Of Outfitting The Soldiers In This Movie.

The First Squeeze – Bore — Military Necessity Trumps Safety Captured Russian Were Modified By The Austro/Hungarians In Ways Arms Designers Never Imagined!

The Impossible Python — How A Passionate Colt Gunsmith Accomplished The Incredible.

The Century Arms C308 — Think: HK91A2, CETME Or G3 — But For Only $750!

Necessity’s Child — Our Revolution Put An End To British Reliance On American Rifleman. The Royal Solution? Putting The Pattern 1776 Rifle In The Hands Of Elite Troops, Such As The Queen’s Rangers.

A Pistol With Punch — Reid’s “My Friend” Knuckleduster Was Designed For Extremely Close Personal Defense.

axis_gunsAxis Handguns Of World War II — Surplus Sidearms From “The Dark Side” Combine Innovative Features With Historic Appeal.

Best Grip To Grab? — It’s A Wrap! Despite Its Ancient Vintage, When It Comes To Single Actions, The Large Grip Frame Of The Colt 1860 Army Is King.

The Tragedy Of The Starr Carbine — Early Faith In This Pre-Civil War Design Was Spoiled By Issuing Of The Wrong Ammunition.

Lever-Action Deluxe — Tasteful Tradition: Thanks To Doug Turnbull And Miroku, Navy Arms’ Model 1873 .357 Magnum Is Several Cuts Above The Ordinary.

military_surplusMil-Surp Magic — Affordable Authenticity: Whether It’s An Allied Outfitting Or An Axis-Accessorizing, World War Supply Is A “Dream Depot.”

Black Powder Cartridge Ballistics — Cartridge Performance Back In The 1800’s Was Limited By The Propellant.

The .38 & .44 WCF — Winchester’s Two Most Popular Old West Cartridges Served Equally Well In Revolvers Of The Day.

miliary_defenseMilitary Surplus For Self-Defense? — Good Reasons To Just Say “No”

Historic Holsters — Legendary Leather Of The Masters.

The Remington No. 1 Rolling Block — This Simple, Rugged Action Was Made In The Millions.

The Ballad Of Bonnie & Clyde — The End Of A Legendary Bandit Duo.

Treinta-Treinta! — Our Classic .30-30 Is Equally Revered South Of The Border.

The Surplus 2017 Special Edition includes everything listed above PLUS, New Product Spotlight And GUNS Surplus 2017 Resource Guide.

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