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Also by Roy Huntington

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Smith & Wesson 386PD Revolver

February 1, 2003

Simply put, revolvers work. And that's something people treasure in these overcomplicated times.

Les Baer Super-Tac

January 1, 2003

With the dramatic resurgence in interest in the 1911 platform, it's comforting to note the old war-horse is still a viable alternative to the black-plastic gun trend.

Hi-Point Firearms Model 995 Carbine

December 1, 2002

If you can put the gun-snob side of you in a drawer for a minute, you may learn something here when it comes to affordable firepower.

The FN Police Shotgun

November 1, 2002

From the classic Browing Hi-Power pistol, to today's current crop of high-tech firearms, FN's reputation is that of a Cadillac of police and military firearms.

Kimber Custom II Pistol

October 1, 2002

The officers of LAPD SWAT wanted a handgun that was solid, reliable, and delivered the features, accessories, and performance they felt they needed. After an extensive period of testing there was one clear winner: the Kimber Custom II.

Scattergun Goodies

September 1, 2002

Few items in the police arsenal are asked to wear as many hats as the duty shotgun. This ubiquitous tool is being increasingly relied upon to perform a wide range of roles-many never imagined even 20 years ago.

Taurus' PT111 Millennium

September 1, 2002

At 18.7 ounces, the PT111SS qualifies as a true pocket pistol.

Mossberg: The 'Other' Shotgun

August 1, 2002

With the advent of today's innovative roundup of specialty munitions, including high-velocity sabot slugs, less-lethal rounds, and the new generations of low-recoiling buckshot, the smoothbore has a new lease on life.

Springfield Armory's 'Extreme Duty'

July 1, 2002

It looked like the metal was finished virtually flawlessly, and these weren't castings but forgings, milled to final form. Impressive.

Safe at Home

July 1, 2002

“Bang, bang, Daddy,” the little voice says, with a wide smile on his face. His fingers aren’t long enough to reach the trigger, but your gut wrenches into your throat, as you duck, reach out for the gun, and softly say, “No, son, put it down.”

Glock 21

June 1, 2002

Since taking the law enforcement community by storm in the early 1980s, Glock has continued to grace the holsters of cops of every rank and service.

Para-Ordnance 7.45 LDA Autopistol

May 1, 2002

From custom sights to wildcat cartridges, the 1911 reigns supreme as the most versatile auto pistol in history.

Walther P99 Duty Pistol

April 1, 2002

The P99 is entirely built in Germany and like a Mercedes Benz, delivers the goods in a quietly authorative manner that instills a calming sense of confidence.

Robar QR-2 Precision Rifle

March 1, 2002

Founded by Robbie Barrkman 16 years ago, Robar is one of the nation's leading precision rifle customizers.

Tactical Response

March 1, 2002

Emergency situations, from active-shooters to serving high-risk warrants, demand solid functionality. Mix in a heavy dose of innovative design and engineering based upon real-world needs, and you can end up with a piece of equipment that won't fail you when you need it most.

Leupold Mark 4 CQ/T Sight

February 1, 2002

With today's cutting-edge rifle systems like the AR platform, the performance possibilities inherent in these designs have generated a high level of interest in correspondingly high-tech optical sights.

Doing the Right Thing

February 1, 2002

Regardless of the consequences, regardless of how uncomfortable things get, I believe in gritting my teeth, saying what needs to be said and standing firm for the fallout. It's always better to deal with facts than with smoke and mirrors.

Springfield Armory's M1A Rifle

January 1, 2002

Springfield Armory's M1A rifle is more refined than ever and it still packs a punch.

Who's A Warrior?

January 1, 2002

Not just anyone who decides to become a cop can claim hero status.

Temecula (Calif.) Police Department

December 1, 2001

This Old West town's small force juggles city and county duties.

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