American Handgunner March/April 2014 PDF


This issue available for download now as a PDF file — only $2!

Add this issue to the library of your favorite mobile device to read on the go. No Internet connection required to view this portable version of American Handgunner.

Highlights of the March/April 2014 issue of American Handgunner include:

Cover Story — Beauty And The Beast: Desert Eagle’s .50 AE Meets Kahr’s Black Rose Edition.

What’s Hot: Factory Ammo — Nine Top Picks For Hunting Or Self-Defense.

Close Look: Reloading — Reloading Goodies: Powder, Bullets, Primers And… ?

Can Arrows Trump Bullets — Indians Vs. Soldiers: Why Did Bows Still Work?

S&W Competitors — Hunting And Competition Highlight This .44/.357 Magnum Pair.

Handgun Hunting: Medium-Sized Game — Tools And Talents Needed To Take This Exciting Class Of Game.

NAA Sidewinder — A Teeny .22 Magnum “Real” Revolver From North American Arms!

Colt 45’s — Does Big And Heavy Still Work – In A Field Of Light And Fast?

Robar ITTs 1911 — Robar And ITTs Join Forces For A Hard-Core Defense 1911!

Medford Knives: American-Made Blades — Overbuilt, Heirloom-Quality Rule!

Guns & Marriage — Don’t Break The Golden Rule!

Close Look: Ammo — John Picks Some New, Must-Have Ammo And Accessories.

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

NOTICE: This is a 50 MB .pdf file that may take a few minutes or more to download depending on Internet connection speed. Please make sure you have sufficient disc space available to accommodate the file size. To read the document, you’ll need Adobe Acrobat or other .pdf viewing compatible application. © 2014 Publishers Development Corporation. American Handgunner is Trademarked and contains copyrighted material, intended for personal use and reference only. No portion of this document may be posted online, re-published or re-branded without permission from Publishers Development Corporation.

Once the purchase process is complete you’ll receive an email with a download link.

Price: $2.00