Tag Archive: American Handgunner

Mar 15

Heckler & Koch VP9 & VP40 in American Handgunner

HK Finally Built Us A Handgun – And It’s Featured In May/June American Handgunner (ArmsVault.com) – Heckler & Koch’s Volkspistole (or the “People’s Pistol” in German) is the company’s resplendent answer to American demand for a civilian-shooter pistol. While this latest HK doesn’t represent groundbreaking technology, it’s rather simply a perfected fusion of proven engineering …

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Nov 09

Les Baer 1911 Pistols in American Handgunner

A Striking Pair Of Les Baer 1911s Inside American Handgunner Jan/Feb 2017 Issue (ArmsVault.com) – In the cover story for American Handgunner’s first issue of 2017, “Les Baer’s Black Baer 9mm & Boss .45,” Editor Roy Huntington commends Les Baer for having “never been prone to tossing out new products on a whim.” The new …

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Sep 28

ZEISS TERRA XB75 Crossbow Scope Wins American Hunter Optic of the Year

ZEISS Wins NRA 2016 Golden Bullseye Award from American Hunter NORTH CHESTERFIELD, VA., September 28, 2016 – (ArmsVault.com) – Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world’s leading manufacturer of high performance sports optics, is pleased to announce the TERRA XB75 crossbow scope has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 Golden Bullseye Award from American …

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Sep 27

Guncrafter HOSS 1911 Pistol in American Handgunner

Guncrafter’s HOSS: A Brawnier, More Reliable 1911 Inside American Handgunner Nov/Dec 2016 Issue (ArmsVault.com) – In this issue’s cover story, “Guncrafter’s HOSS: A Brawnier, More Reliable 1911,” Editor Roy Huntington observes, “Today’s 1911’s are elegant, stylish and, in most cases, can keep up with anything recently invented. If this is so then, what did Guncrafter …

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Sep 09

FMG Online Profiles Black Rain Ordnance & Charter Arms

FMG Online Exclusives Profile Black Rain Ordnance, Charter Arms (ArmsVault.com) – In the GUNS Magazine Online Exclusive, “Black Rain Ordnance Spec 15 Carbine,” FMG’s Online Editor Mark Kakkuri examines this entry-level MSR and thinks this model would appeal to both new and experienced end users. According to Kakkuri, this carbine’s “fit and finish is every …

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