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              By Paul ScarlataPhotography: Nathan Reynolds    In this day of highly trained

Browning's Hi-Power Pistol

Paul Scarlata - January 03, 2011

By Paul ScarlataPhotography: Nathan Reynolds In this day of highly trained

              By J. Guthrie    Collaborations by virtuosos are rare things. Rafael would have never

Les Baer Custom/Emerson Knives CQC-45 Matched Set

J. Guthrie - January 03, 2011

By J. Guthrie Collaborations by virtuosos are rare things. Rafael would have...

          The early 20th century saw the introduction of the first practical semiauto pistols, and

Smith & Wesson's .35 Automatic

Paul Scarlata - January 03, 2011

The early 20th century saw the introduction of the first practical semiauto pistols,...

          Springfield's new XD(M) 3.8 polymer-frame pistol is a prime example of the high accuracy

Polymer Pistol Accuracy

Bart Skelton - January 03, 2011

Springfield's new XD(M) 3.8 polymer-frame pistol is a prime example of the high...

              By Greg Rodriguez    Uberti's El Patron shot very well with Hornady's 225-grain FTX

A Deadly Combination

Greg Rodriguez - January 03, 2011

By Greg Rodriguez Uberti's El Patron shot very well with Hornady's 225-grain...

          Not every semiautomatic pistol made today has all three of these all-important

Ruger's New SR40 — Accurate, Powerful & Reliable

Bart Skelton - January 03, 2011

Not every semiautomatic pistol made today has all three of these all-important

          I've always been partial to the .41 Magnum. That's because I'm a compulsive iconoclast.

My Favorite Magnum

G&A Staff - January 03, 2011

I've always been partial to the .41 Magnum. That's because I'm a compulsive...

          This article first appeared in the October 1968 issue of Shooting Times.    By Skeeter

Handgun Hunting: Meat In The Pot

skeeter skelton - January 03, 2011

This article first appeared in the October 1968 issue of Shooting Times. By...

          The snubnose revolver is still a viable competitor in the carry-gun market. It's not

Short and Still Sweet

Daniel T. McElrath - January 03, 2011

The snubnose revolver is still a viable competitor in the carry-gun market. It's not

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