American Handgunner May/June 2011 PDF


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COVER STORY: EXCELLENCE DEFINED — A Cased Heirloom Precision 1911 Set.

NAA’S MAGNUM RANGER — North American Arms’ Tidy Top Break!

FUTURE BRUTES! — Dwaine Carrillo’s Edgy Knives.

BUFFALO BORE AMMO — Custom Loads For The Discriminating Handgunner.

AIRSOFT FUN GUNS — Wait, These Aren’t Real Guns! Duke Like’s “Em?

ZASTAVA MODEL 88 — What Does $300 Buy You In A 9mm?

MORE FUN, MORE SHOOTING — Airsoft Extravaganza — Planning For That Back Yard Safari!

MAMA IDA’S OLD GUN — What Story Does This Serial#1 Tell?

THE P.S.A. .25 AUTO — The Browning “Baby” Returns!

BETTER SHOOTING — Competition Shooting Gear.

COP TALK — 30 Years Of Change.


HANDLOADING — Big Bullet Baloney.

HANDGUN HUNTING — Whisper Noise And Recoil Control.

WINNING EDGE — The Mauser HSC/HK4 Vs. The Editor.

THE AYOOB FILES — Dueling .45s The Steve Lang Incident.

GUNCRANK DIARIES — Idioglossia Fog Gunners.

TAFFIN TESTS — Born Again Bisley.


SHOOTING IRON — The Colt Model 1903 .32.

CARRY OPTIONS — Alessi Holsters.

THE SIXGUNNER — The .500 S&W Special.

GUN RIGHTS — Goodbye To Right To Carry?

GUNNYSACK — Leather Lightning.

GUNNYSACK — A.G. Russell Field Knife 2.

GUNNYSACK — Tiger Holster System.

GUNNYSACK — Rusty’s Rags.

THE INSIDER — Shot Stuff.


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