Tag Archive: Massad Ayoob

Apr 09

Springfield Armory M1A 6.5 Creedmoor in GUNS Magazine

Going “Six-Five” With Springfield Armory’s M1A 6.5 Creedmoor In June GUNS Magazine (ArmsVault.com) – Much to the delight of high-power competitive shooters, Springfield Armory’s iconic M1A is now offered in a 6.5 Creedmoor chambering. Contributing Editor Holt Bodinson went hands-on with the Loaded Precision Adjustable model for the June issue of GUNS Magazine. Offering superior …

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Mar 13

GLOCK 19 Gen5 Featured in GUNS Magazine

Perfecting Perfection: GLOCK 19 Gen5 Shines In May’s GUNS Magazine (ArmsVault.com) – The GLOCK 19 Gen5 lives up to its billing as an accurate, reliable and comfortable addition to the concealed carry category inside the May issue of GUNS Magazine. Contributing Editor (and long-time GLOCK aficionado) Massad Ayoob highlights the enhancements made to this newest …

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Mar 08

Kimber Super Jägare 10mm Handgun Featured In American Handgunner

Kimber’s 10mm Super Jägare Featured In May/June American Handgunner (ArmsVault.com) – Derived from a Swedish word for “hunter,” Kimber’s new Super Jägare checks off just about every cool point that can be dreamed up for this kind of 10mm. A handgunner’s-handgun, the Jägare’s exquisite details and superb prowess are detailed by Contributing Editor Mark Hampton …

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Dec 08

Honor Defense Honor Guard 9mm Striker-fired Pistol in GUNS Magazine

Honor Guard 9x19mm Featured In GUNS Magazine February Issue (ArmsVault.com) – Seeing the rise in popularity of “Slim Nines,” Honor Guard set out to design a full-powered 9×19 striker-fired semi-auto pistol with some out-of-the-box thinking combined with input from a few of the industry’s most respected names. The Honor Guard standard version and FIST variation …

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Nov 09

Ruger SR1911 10mm in American Handgunner

Ruger’s “Powered-Up Performer” Featured In Jan./Feb. Issue Of American Handgunner (ArmsVault.com) – Powered-up to deliver downrange with 10mm impact, Ruger’s SR1911 is as close to a .41 Magnum as you can get in a 1911 design. The commanding semi-auto takes center stage in the January/February issue of American Handgunner, with a full report from the …

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