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This isn't James Bond's PPK, but the new PK380 is an economical, incredibly soft-shooting .380. Semi-Auto

A Brave New Walther

Patrick Sweeney - September 24, 2010

This isn't James Bond's PPK, but the new PK380 is an economical, incredibly soft-shooting .380.

              By Rick Hacker    Without a doubt, one of the most recognized and romanticized Revolvers

Uberti Frisco Single Action

Rick Hacker - September 24, 2010

By Rick Hacker Without a doubt, one of the most recognized and romanticized

A powerful .50-caliber single action from Freedom Arms Revolvers

The .500 Wyoming Express

Brian Pearce - September 24, 2010

A powerful .50-caliber single action from Freedom Arms

              By Walt Rauch    The Gun Vault security container barely fits behind the driver's Training

Guns in the Car

Walt Rauch - September 24, 2010

By Walt Rauch The Gun Vault security container barely fits behind the driver's

No weapon-mounted flashlight? No problem with this method. Training

Shedding Some Light

Dave Spaulding - September 24, 2010

No weapon-mounted flashlight? No problem with this method.

If you want to judge with some degree of certainty how a particular bullet will perform on game within a certain velocity range, the surest method is to test it yourself. Ammo

Test Your Bullets Before You Go Hunting

Dan C. Johnson - September 24, 2010

If you want to judge with some degree of certainty how a particular bullet will perform on...

Springfield shrinks the grip frame to make the XD-45 more suitable for concealed carry. Semi-Auto

The XD-45 Compact

Doug Larson - September 24, 2010

Springfield shrinks the grip frame to make the XD-45 more suitable for concealed carry.

The best-kept secret in concealment Training

Pocket Carry

David Kenik - September 24, 2010

The best-kept secret in concealment

              By J. Scott Rupp    The guns are not new, but the finish is. The FNP-9 and FNP-40 Semi-Auto

FNH-USA FNP9/40

J. Scott Rupp - September 24, 2010

By J. Scott Rupp The guns are not new, but the finish is. The FNP-9 and FNP-40

The .44 Magnum was once considered the ‘most powerful handgun in the world.' How quaint. Today's monster mags leave it in the dust. Revolvers

Bad, Badder, Baddest

Dick Metcalf - September 24, 2010

The .44 Magnum was once considered the 'most powerful handgun in the world.' How quaint....

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