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Recoil And Discomfort

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By Dave Anderson Editor Roy forwarded me an interesting email from Handgunner reader Laurence Rose: “I’m 70 years old and

A Safety? Or Not?

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So the crise du jour seems to involve striker-fired pistols without a manual safety. There’s a lot of chin-stroking and

Rust & Dust

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The two worst environmental conditions your firearms may encounter are exposure to: (1) salt water/salt air, and (2) fine airborne

Dominating Eyes

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Avery small minority of people are naturally ambidextrous. To some extent ambidexterity can be developed through disciplined training. Most people

J-Frame Light?

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Hyskore’s Griplight. You can debate the value of a weapon-mounted light versus a separate light, but we’ll leave that for

Gone In A Blink

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The online edition of American Handgunner (www.americanhandgunner.com) had a reader question in response to an earlier column on tips for

The Miracle Maglula

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Compared to revolvers, semi-auto pistols are faster to reload, generally hold more cartridges, usually have the bore closer to the

Trigger Terms

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Every activity has its own language. Triggers and trigger control are critical components of accurate shooting. Trigger lingo is to

Trigger Talk

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To show how various factors influence trigger pull quality, I thought it might be useful to follow the process in

A Success Story

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If a man is lucky in life he’s privileged to have a few really good friends. Steve Kukowski has been