Combat Handguns - Sept./Oct. 2021

Introducing the September/October issue of Combat Handguns, a magazine designed specifically for readers who want the most up-to-date information possible on the latest and greatest in fighting pistols and revolvers.

This issue's cover story puts Wilson Combat’s newest foray into the “micro mega-capacity” market on full display. The company’s new SFX9 exhibits the same craftsmanship and reliability we’ve come to expect from all Wilson pistols, but in a 3-inch-barreled 9mm version with a whopping 15+1 capacity!

Also in this issue, author Andy Grossman show us how CMMG’s tiny Banshee Mk4 is ready to roar for personal-defense, William Bell wrangles Colt’s Anaconda for the go-big-or-go-home crowd, contributor Todd Burgreen spends quality range time with the Sig P320 AXG Scorpion, and resident M.D. Will Dabbs take you on a trip down memory lane with a look at the stutter guns that fought World War II.

So what are you waiting for? Pick up your copy today!

NEW X-FACTOR – Wilson Combat’s SFX9 is a finely tuned symphony of a fighting pistol

57 SUPER FREAK – Diamondback’s DBX57 series takes the reborn caliber to new hybrid heights

TALE OF THE TAPE – Browning’s new Buck Mark squares off with S&W’s Victory PC

SHADOW HAWKIN’ – Taking Nighthawk Custom’s newest long and accurate 10mm for a ride

SHARP AS A TX 22 – Go for bullseyes and steel with Taurus’ sub-$500 Competition model

STOCKPILE – Editors’ picks for new and noteworthy guns and gear

ASK THE PROS – The guns and gear of Gunnery Sergeant Matt Gundlach

AMMO MATCH – Eight new 10mm loads go head to head out of a new Desert Eagle 1911

RANGE SENSE – Here’s how to get the best bang out of your supply and time

RIGHTEOUS RIGS – Best options for holstering “Fink’d up” 3-inch revolvers

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