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erry’s choice for a dangerous-game backup gun is his .44 Magnum S&W Mountain Gun. Tucked in a behind-the-hip holster, it is always on his belt, always available, yet out of the way. Carrying it has become as natural as wearing boots.

My Choice For A Dangerous Game Backup Gun

by Shooting Times Online Editors 0

The most important quality in a firearm for dangerous game – even more important than functioning reliability – is having it in your hands when you need it.


Loading Down the .44 Magnum Safely

by Lane Pearce 0

Reducing the power of .44 Magnum handloads can be easily and safely accomplished, but some attention needs to be paid to certain aspects.

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How do Handgun Cartridges Perform in Rifle Barrels?

by Allan Jones 17

The idea of having a handgun and a rifle or carbine that shoot the same cartridge is an old one,… more »

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