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Jul 17

American Handgunner September/October Issue

Improving The Proven: Gemini Customs Revolvers In Sept/Oct Handgunner (ArmsVault.com) – Marc Morganti, owner of Gemini Customs, believes in the old saying, which is evident in the work he performed on a quartet of Rugers featured in the September/October issue of American Handgunner. The Rugers — an SP101, a .44 Special and two GP100s — …

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Dec 10

American Handgunner’s 2019 Personal Defense Survive Special Edition Issue

American Handgunner’s 2019 Personal Defense Survive Special Edition Issue covers everything from how to start a fire and outfit an everyday vehicle into a disaster-prepped rig to a review of top-rated nuke-proof solar generators and everything in between.

Aug 13

American Handgunner Digs Deep With Concealed Carry 2018 Special Edition

American Handgunner Digs Deep With Concealed Carry 2018 Special Edition (ArmsVault.com) – Carrying a firearm for self-defense can be a hassle. What gun is best? Which ammo should be used? How about a holster? Where to start and where to end present an endless list of questions. To eliminate the hassle, the 2018 American Handgunner …

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Jul 12

American Handgunner S&W .380 Shield EZ

S&W’s M&P .380 Shield EZ Tops Sept/Oct American Handgunner (July 10, 2018) – (ArmsVault.com) – Consider any carry quandaries quashed — Smith & Wesson’s M&P .380 Shield EZ boasts surprising accuracy in a “bigger” .380 and easy to operate controls. The thoroughly remarkable addition to the M&P family gets top marks from Publisher Roy Huntington …

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May 09

American Handgunner Big Bore (Desert Eagle L5, Smith & Wesson 500 Magnum)

Powerhouse Desert Eagle L5 Leads American Handgunner’s Big Bore! Special Edition (ArmsVault.com) – The premiere issue of the American Handgunner Big Bore! Special Edition pays homage to the monstrous magnums à la Dirty Harry. This compilation includes a mix of all-new material and handpicked classics from past GUNS Magazine and American Handgunner issues. Featuring two …

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