American Handgunner July/August 2012 PDF


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COVER STORY: SKORPIONS AND GRIM REAPERS — Reeder’s .44 Special And .500 Magnum Blasters!

RAREST OF THE RARE: BROWNING FIREARMS MUSEUM: — Hands-On The 1910 And Hammerless .45s, The 1911’s Ancestor!

A FAMILY BUSINESS — 150 Years Of Military Service — In One Family!

BLACK HILLS AMMO — Behind The Scenes Of The 30-Year-Old Ammo Maker.

CLOSE LOOK: BRIGHT & BRUTAL — Knives And Cutters.

RIVER OF STEEL — What’s New, Cool — And Needed — To Stay Competitive.

“GEN-2” HELLCAT .380 — A Solid-Running, Half-Pint Pocket Pal.


THE AYOOB FILES — The Jonathan Davies Incident.

HANDLOADING — Living With Lead.

HANDGUN HUNTING — Long Range Practical Accuracy.

REALITY CHECK — Same Page = Safe Home.


BETTER SHOOTING — .22 Mag Vs. .38 Special.

TAFFIN TESTS — Threshin’ Out The Thrashers.

GUNCRANK DIARIES — Assume This, Not That.

SHOOTING IRON — More Revolver Accuracy Variables.

COP TALK — Carry By Retried Cops.

WINNING EDGE — A Cute Browning .22.. And A Letter.

CARRY OPTIONS — Jason Winnie Holsters.

THE SIXGUNNER — Peacemaker Specialists.

GUN RIGHTS — Can “Hoplophobia” Be Cured?

GUNNYSACK — American Sights.

GUNNYSACK — Sapphire USB From ASP.

GUNNYSACK — XS Sights Threat Interdiction.

GUNNYSACK — Streamlight Sidewinder Compact II.

THE INSIDER — Those Fabulous .44s.


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