American Handgunner March/April 2010 PDF

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COVER STORY: GLOCK 22 RTF — Has Glock Succeeded In Their Quest For Perfection?

A SWENSON TRIBUTE GUN — John Harrison’s Stunning Salute To The Great Master.

HANDGUN AMMO — What’s New, What’s Hot And What Works.

COLT’S COMEBACK — Big John Tests Same 1911s — From Colt!

ULTIMATE 1911 ACCOUTREMENT — Who Says You Don’t Need A Tommy Gun?

RELOADING REVELATIONS — It’s Time For You To Take The Plunge!

BLADES OF BATTLE — The Exciting New Design Of Spartan Blades.

SIERRA AND STARLINE — Family Companies That Deliver The Goods.

THE LST GABOON — A New Look To The 1911?

GUNCRANK DIARIES — The Home Defense Rig.

HANDGUN HUNTING — Wild Catting.

SHOOTING IRON — You Know You’re A Gun ‘Riter If…

REALITY CHECK — Back And Forth.

PISTOLSMITHING — Drop-In Parts.

HANDLOADING — Ray Thompson: Bullet Genius.

THE AYOOB FILES — The Homeowner And The Burglar: The Gramham/Chambers Shooting.

TAFFIN TESTS — Attention Getting Affordable 1911s.

COP TALK — Active Hearing Protecting For Police.

CARRY OPTIONS — International Handgun Leather.

WINNING EDGE — Glocken-Texture.

BETTER SHOOTING — Associate With Winners.

THE SIXGUNNER — FNH American-Style.

GUNNYSACK — 1911 Fixture.

GUNNYSACK — Zombie Targets.

THE INSIDER — On Accuracy.

PLUS MUCH MORE!

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