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COVER STORY: WILSON COMBAT’S ULTRALIGHT CARRY — Dave’s A Convert To Lightweight Carry Power!
ROBAR SINGLE ACTION — Is This How The SAA Might Have Morphed?
COOL CARRY CUTTERS — Connor’s Take On What’s New In Personal Blades.
MINIATURE MACHO — FNH’s Five-Seven Pistol And 5.7×28 PS90 Carbine.
KEEP YOUR FANCY CUSTOMS — Ha! Duke Says “Keep It Simple!”
A VERY SPECIAL DREYSE — German Balloons And Pointed Helmets.
BROTHERS IN STEEL — Canadian Knife Makers Lightfoot, Tighe And Lambert
TEN COMMANDMENTS OF GUN CLEANING — Are Your Doing It Right? Are You Doing It At All?
THE AYOOB FILES — Shot From Ambush, Returning Fire: The Jared Reston Incident.
COP TALK — Of Fingers And Triggers.
SHOOTING IRON — Sighting-In Secrets.
GUNCRANK DIARIES — Prepare For The Zombie Wars!
BETTER SHOOTING — Reliability Resolutions.
PISTOLSMITHING — Caliber Conversions.
THE SIXGUNNER — The Return Of The Mastodons.
CARRY OPTIONS — R Grizzle Leather.
WINNING EDGE –Ayoob Signature 1911.
TAFFIN TESTS — Perfect Packin’ Pistol.
REALITY CHECK — Resurrection.
HANDLOADING — Blast From The Past Part Deux.
HANDGUN HUNTING — J.D.’s Really, Really Awful, Terrible, Very Bad Day.
GUNNYSACK — Wicked Grips — Again.
GUNNYSACK — Trail D-Vise.
GUNNYSACK — UZI Chopper.
GUNNYSACK — Micron 30.
THE INSIDER — Junk Reloads.
PLUS MUCH MORE!
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