Tag Archive: Coonan

Jul 12

Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 in American Handgunner

S&W’s Defensive Trio Featured In American Handgunner’s September/October Issue (ArmsVault.com) – Within every renowned company there are individual product lines generally centered on a specific application. For Smith & Wesson, guns emblazoned with “M&P” represent the evocative buzzword “Military & Police.” Featured in the September/October issue of American Handgunner, Executive Editor Payton Miller extols the …

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May 18

Coonan at NRA Annual Meeting

Coonan will be at the NRA Annual Meeting in Kentucky – May 20-22 (ArmsVault.com) – We cordially invite you to visit us at Booth #3730, right in the middle of the expo center, at the 2016 NRA Annual Meeting this weekend, May 20-22 in Louisville, KY. See the legendary Coonan Classic 1911 chambered in 357 …

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Dec 07

Coonan .357 Magnum Compact in GUNS Magazine

The Coonan .357 Magnum Compact Highlights The February Issue Of GUNS Magazine (ArmsVault.com) – The .357 Magnum Compact by Coonan makes a powerful statement on the February cover of GUNS Magazine. John Taffin takes a look at this traditionally-styled, semi-auto chambered in “one of the all-time great” cartridges to see how it performed both on …

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Jun 22

Coonan Compact .357 Magnum

COONAN COMPACT LIMITED EDITION .357 MAGNUM Only Available until June 30, 2015 Blaine, MN – (ArmsVault.com) – Coonan Inc., manufacturer of the unique custom 1911 chambered in .357 Magnum, introduces a new Limited Edition Compact model. The Coonan .357 Magnum Compact packs a powerful punch in a small package. This custom 1911 delivers personal protection …

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Sep 15

Coonan Increases Firearm Production

Big News for Coonan Fans – Get Your Coonan Faster! Coonan Inc. announces increased production on their infamous .357 Magnum 1911 Blaine, MN – Coonan Inc., manufacturer of the unique custom 1911 chambered in .357 Magnum, has increased their production capacity to meet the demands for their firearms.  The increased production will cut down the …

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