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April / May
2005
Feature Articles - Springfield .45 Gap Defender (A micro 1911 designed around the dimensionns of the .45 GAP cartridge.), Tactical Leather (Tactical Guns with rail=mounted lights and accessories have opened the door to a new category of holsters.), Concealed Carry Holsters (Which type of holster is right for you and your gun.), The .460 S&W Magnum (Smith & Wesson introduces the world's fastest, flattest-shooting bigbore revolver cartridge.) Firing Line Reports - Springfield MC Operator, High Standard Sport King
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$5.00

August / September
2005
Feature Articles - HK's New Look (No fashion statement from here: HK's colors match the gun to the environment of the mission), Springfield's Black Beauty (Elegance is redefined with this stylish rendition of the classic masterwork), The Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Shoot IDPA (It's the fastest growing shooting sport for a lot of reasons), Factory Ammo Buyers Guide (Who's making what for your favorite caliber today) Departments - Letters, Guns and Gear, Ammo Shelf (Homady TAP FPD ammunition), Defensive Tactics (Deactivate the 1911 grip Safety?), On Patrol (Another Stopping-Power story), Reloading Bench (Crimping your style), Questions & Answers, Final Round (Knowing when to quit) Firing Line Reports - Kahr Budget CW9, Ruger Mark III Hunter
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$5.00

October / November
2005
Feature Articles - Sig X-Five (A sterling out-of-the-box single-action competition gun from SIGARMS), Detonics Combatmaster (A famous name in handgun history is back in business), Smallbore Mouse Guns (The smallest of defensive handguns require effective ammo selection), Peacemaker Restoration (The ethical way to restore a piece of history), The Python's Golden Anniversary (Colt's premier .357 hits the big five-0) Departments - Letters, Guns and Gear, Ammo Shelf (Specialized .357 loads from Magtech), Gun Rights, On Patrol (One-shot Stops surviving the myth), Curios & Collectables, Defensive Tactics (How much spare ammo to carry, if any), Final Rounds (Snail-Safari Adventures) Firing Line Reports - The Glock Model 38, Kimber Raptor
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$5.00

December 2005
January 2006
Feature Articles - The Cradle of Combat (A retrospective on the 50th anniversary of the first Leatherslap fast-draw contest.), S&W M&P (Smith & Wesson's new Military and Police auto.), Ed Brown's Executive (Elegance in an "entry level" 1911.), A Very Special .44 (Gunbuilder John Gallagher converts a Ruger 50th Anniversary Flatop.) Firing Line Reports - The .500 S&W Special, Nighthawk Talon, Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan, Taurus Gaucho Single-Action
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February / March
2006
Feature Articles - Para Hawg 9 (This healthy post-ban hogleg packs a litter of 13 snorters.), Big Gun and Little Gun (The latest in cowboy cartridge-conversion sylinders run the gamut from Walkers to Baby Dragoons.), 21st Century Pistolsmithing (Today's guns with yesterday's craftsmanship.), Can You Hear Me Now? ("Blah, blah, blah" may not be the last thing your damaged ears hear.), Reloading the .38 Super (Born in the Great Depression, the .38 Super stages a comeback 50 years later that is still going on.) Firing Line Reports - Charles Daly ZDA, Kel-Tec P-3AT, Smith & Wesson Model 619 Departments - Letters (What our readers have to say.), Guns & Gear (What's new in the marketplace.), Ammo Shelf (Remington fills the GAP.), Curios & Collectibles (Identification and values.), Defensive Tactics (Snubble revolvers: Love 'em, Hate 'em.), On Patrol (Birth of a New Cops gun.), Gun Rights (Gun Permits and the (Non) Right to Police Protection.), Reloading Bench (Brass cleaning, Trail Boss Powder.), Handguns in History (The Cole Younger story.), Final Round (How I became a gunwriter.)
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April / May
2007
Firing Line Reports - Para-Ordance CCO-GAP, The FMP 9 and FMP 9M, Cobra Patriot .45 ACP Departments - Letters, Guns & Gear, Curios & Collectables, Gun Lore (Test your bullets before you go hunting), Defensive Tactics (Handgun training basics), Ammo Shelf (A very effective .38 Snubbie load), On Patrol (Shooting on the move), Gun Rights, Final Round (City of Lost Handguns)
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June / July
2007
Feature Articles - Twenty Years of Handguns (A look back at the guns and magazines in 1987.), Para-Ordance Gun Rights Pistols (Protect your rights, excerside your options and get a cracking good gun in the bargain.), What's New In Handguns (Our review of the new handguns at the 2007 SHOT Show.), Single-Action Secrets (What you may not know about shooting and handling single-action revolvers.), Born Too Late (The .41 Magnum could have been, should have been, the best revolver cartridge used.) Firing Line Reports - Wilson Combat's CQB Elite, SIG SP2022, ArmaLite AR-24 Departments - Letters (What our readers have to say.), Gun Lore (Basic manly skills.), Defensive Tactics (Surviving at the Gun Range.), Guns & Gear (Truglo Tritium Fiber Optic Sights.), Curios & Collectibles (Identification and Values.), On Patrol (Rules for Combative Handgun Training.), Gun Rights (Gangsta talk about guns.), Final Round (High-Flying Handguns.)
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August / September
2007
Feature Articles - HK's Combat .45 (Designed for military use, it uses a blend of proven design features.), Have You Qualified Lately? (How long has it been since you put yourseld to the test? Here are some tips on setting up your own qualifications course.), Heroic Consequences (Questions to ask yourself before going in defense of others.), Shooting for the Future (How you can help the next generation of shooters.), A Sensible Super Redhawk (A custom five-inch .44 Magnum for camp or trail.) Firing Line Reports - Sigarms P220 Compact, Unerti UCCP, Sigma SW9VE
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October / November
2007
Feature Articles - New Glock, More Sock (The new 21SF puts .45 ACP power into a more manageable and more shootable size.), Ready to Roll (Common-sense break-in procedures for your new handgun.), Diversity by Design (The new HK P30 takes an innovative approach to engineering a semiauto that will fit a wide variety of hands.), American Evolution: The Lawman's Gun (A fascinating look at how police pistols have changed.), A 'C' Change (Smith & Wesson downsizes its M&P platform to create a handy, compact 9mm pistol: the M&P 9c.), Rockin' 1911 (Rock River Arms may be best known for its line of AR rifles, but the company also turns out top-notch custom pistols.) Firing Line Reports - Sigarms P226 Elite, Sabre Defence Sphinx 3000, Para-Ordance Carry 9
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December 2007
January 2008
Feature Articles - A Bigger Storm (Beretta upsizes its PX4 Storm to .45 ACP to create what could be and maybe should be a new service pistol.), Packin' In The Field (A primer on deciding what handgun to carry - and how to carry it - when you're in the great outdoors.), The Tactical Draw (Practical advice on how to accomplish one of the best and surest ways to get your gun into action.), Bullish on the 1911 (Tarus' excellent 1911PT is packed with high-end features but doesn't cost a ton of money.), The Ugly Duckling *The Brits really know (or at least knew) how to build an ungainly military handgun. We give you the Enfield.), Special Section - Handguns' Christmas Gift Guide (20 products just right for the handgunner on your list (or, let's be honest, for yourself.) Firing Line Reports - Kimber Grand Raptor 11, Brugger & Thomet TP-9, S&W M&P 45
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February / March
2008
Feature Articles - A Fine .45 (FN USA's accurate new double-stack .45 ACP can take the heat and keep on cooking.), In Defense of the 9MM (The world's most popular handgun round has its detractors. Here's why they're wrong and everyone else is right.), Shoot, Move or Get Out of the Way (Dave Harrington's self-defense shooting class is not for the thin-skinned or faint-of-heart.), From Walther With Love (Walther's slim new PPS would have been a hit with 007.), Mag Matters (Magazines usually quit working because we "fix" them. Here are several tips for a gunsmith on how to keep mags running.), Historical Colt (The U.S. Military'sfirst double-actiuon sixgun with a swing-out cylinder proved to be something of a mixed blessing.) Firing Line Reports - CZ-USA P-01, Nighthawk Dominator, STI Single Stack, S&W M&P 327 TRR8
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April / May
2008

Features - SR9: A Ruger With Sizzle (How tough is this pistol> 15,000 rounds right out of the box tells the story), The Appendix Carry (A classic but little used carry method that can be a great option in many situations0< 2000 Handgun Roundup (A tantalizing look at somd of 2000's new firearms from the major makers), The Mouse That Roars (Feceral's new .327 Magnum and the Ruger SP101 make a great defensive combo), Getting Out of a Jam (Clearing a jamb under pressue can be tricky. Here;s how to keep it simple and fast), The Ruby Pistol (The Soabusg nade .32 because a mainstay of French forces in World War I) - Letters, Speedloads, Gun Rights, The Well-Dressed Gun, Defensive Tactics, Ammo Shelf, On Patrol, Street Sense Firing Line Reports -Les Baer Combat, Sti Off Duty
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