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              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 the popularity of Colt's Model 1903 and Savage's Model 1907 pocket pistols caused rising consternation at the offices of Smith & Wesson.

Smith & Wesson's .35 Automatic

Paul Scarlata - January 03, 2011

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

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

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 accuracy...

              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 attributes, but Ruger's newest offering sure does.

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 attributes, but...

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 iconoclast.

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

Handgun Hunting: Meat In The Pot

skeeter skelton - January 03, 2011

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

The snubnose revolver is still a viable competitor in the carry-gun market. It's not going anywhere...because it goes everywhere.

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 going...

Handguns, including your old 1911 and my plastic Glock, are minimal defensive guns at best--they just happen to be very handy, and a man fights with what he has.

Ruger LCP .380

J. Guthrie - January 03, 2011

Handguns, including your old 1911 and my plastic Glock, are minimal defensive guns at...

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