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After putting .45 ACP and .40 S&W Hi-Point pistols through a thorough shooting test, the author says you can call the Hi-Point pistols inexpensive, but don't ever say they aren't good shooters!Hi-Point Pistols: Basic But Oh So Reliable!

Hi-Point Pistols: Basic But Oh So Reliable!

After putting .45 ACP and .40 S&W Hi-Point pistols through a thorough shooting test, the

Paul Scarlata

SIG's new trigger system is allowing the company to mount a major challenge to other pistol companies that have been dominant in the U.S. police and military markets.Department Of Homeland Security Chooses SIG's DAK

Department Of Homeland Security Chooses SIG's DAK

SIG's new trigger system is allowing the company to mount a major challenge to other pistol

G&A Staff

Springfield's mini- .45 is a perfect match for the compact but powerful .45 GAP cartridgeSpringfield Defender .45 GAP

Springfield Defender .45 GAP

Springfield's mini- .45 is a perfect match for the compact but powerful .45 GAP cartridge

Joel J Hutchcroft

                  Ruger's newest offering in its heavy-duty double-action revolver line is theThe New Super Redhawk Alaskan Packs a Wallop!

The New Super Redhawk Alaskan Packs a Wallop!

Ruger's newest offering in its heavy-duty double-action revolver line is the

Paul says no Colt personified the law enforcement handgun better than the Official Police RevolverColt's Official Police Revolver

Colt's Official Police Revolver

Paul says no Colt personified the law enforcement handgun better than the Official Police

Paul Scarlata

FNH unleashed a firestorm of controversy when it introduced the 5.7x28mm cartridge and the Five-seveN USG pistol.What’s All The Fuss About FN’s Five-seveN USG?

What's All The Fuss About FN's Five-seveN USG?

FNH unleashed a firestorm of controversy when it introduced the 5.7x28mm cartridge and the

David Fortier

              By Greg Rodriguez    The Model 97 produced this excellent 0.86-inch, five-shot groupFreedom Arms Model 97 .45

Freedom Arms Model 97 .45

By Greg Rodriguez The Model 97 produced this excellent 0.86-inch, five-shot

Greg Rodriguez

The author rounded upfour good candidates for a pocket 9mm defensive gun and put them through an extensive shooting test to see which one distinguished itself. Here are all the results.4-Gun Shootout In Search Of The Perfect Pocket 9

4-Gun Shootout In Search Of The Perfect Pocket 9

The author rounded upfour good candidates for a pocket 9mm defensive gun and put them through

Greg Rodriguez

              By Skeeter Skelton    The twin cities of Nogales, Sonora, and Nogales, Arizona, areBustamonte, I Hate You

Bustamonte, I Hate You

By Skeeter Skelton The twin cities of Nogales, Sonora, and Nogales, Arizona,

skeeter skelton

Smith & Wesson reintroduces the Model 27--a gun worthy of the title "Classic"-- and the author puts the new 27 through a head-to-head shootout with a 30-year-old gun wearing the same model number.The Model 27 Lives Again

The Model 27 Lives Again

Smith & Wesson reintroduces the Model 27--a gun worthy of the title "Classic"--

J. Guthrie

This article first appeared in the October 1968 issue of Shooting Times.Handgun Hunting: Meat In The Pot

Handgun Hunting: Meat In The Pot

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

skeeter skelton

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

My Favorite Magnum

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

G&A Staff

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