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Rust & Dust

By Dave Anderson The two worst environmental conditions your firearms may encounter are exposure to: (1) salt water/salt air, and

Dominating Eyes

By Dave Anderson Avery small minority of people are naturally ambidextrous. To some extent ambidexterity can be developed through disciplined

J-Frame Light?

Hyskore’s Griplight. By Dave Anderson You can debate the value of a weapon-mounted light versus a separate light, but we’ll

Gone In A Blink

By Dave Anderson The online edition of American Handgunner had a reader question in response to an earlier column on

The Miracle Maglula

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

Trigger Terms

By Dave Anderson Every activity has its own language. Triggers and trigger control are critical components of accurate shooting. Trigger

Trigger Talk

By Dave Anderson To show how various factors influence trigger pull quality, I thought it might be useful to follow

A Success Story

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

Triggers & Targets

The key to better shooting skills is disciplined, diligent training. In this era of instant gratification I can understand how

Kit Gun Comments

Back around 1910 dealer Philip Bekeart placed an order for a variation on the small S&W I-frame. He specified .22