Gun Magazines (For Reading)

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      Gun Magazines (For Reading)

      I am looking for different handgun/gun magazines. Anyone out there have any suggestions??

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      The American Rifleman. Join the NRA and read it, or one of their other periodicals. I have always liked The American Rifleman best.

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      I like these:

      Concealed Carry Handguns & Combat Handguns

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      HANDGUNS from guns and ammo and
      AMERICAN HANDGUNNER from FMG

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      IMO, unless you're brand new to shooting, gun mags aren't worth the paper they are printed on. Nothing but advertisements all through; either in the form of a real ad or "reviews" by some "gun expert" who more times than not gives a good assessment and recommendation of the product; that ironically, usually has a print ad in the same magazine. So unless you're just starting out, save your cash for ammo or another gun.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
      IMO, unless you're brand new to shooting, gun mags aren't worth the paper they are printed on. Nothing but advertisements all through; either in the form of a real ad or "reviews" by some "gun expert" who more times than not gives a good assessment and recommendation of the product; that ironically, usually has a print ad in the same magazine. So unless you're just starting out, save your cash for ammo or another gun.
      I agree, but there is also the entertainment value! Plus I enjoy reading them. I can form my own opinion

      Jason

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      GUNS; American Handgunner; and Handgun

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      All the print magazines start to look the same after a while.

      Jeff Quinn's Online Gun Magazine: http://gunblast.com/
      Bruce, Life Member: NRA, NCRPA, GRNC, GOA

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      Quote Originally Posted by BigdogBro1 View Post
      I like these:

      Concealed Carry Handguns & Combat Handguns
      +1 love those too

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      Some are better than others...I prefer American Handgunner, GUNS, and OCCASIONALLY when at the bookstore I'll pick up Combat Handguns.

      Yes, they are full of ads, but the information is still very useful and entertaining. I always say at least you're reading; not enough people are doing that these days, even if it's the typical gossip mag.

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