Gemini Customs: Improving The Proven

I’ve known Marc Morganti, founder of this one-man show called Gemini Customs, for almost 20 years. After nearly two decades of association you learn much about a man’s character. The post Gemini Customs: Improving The Proven appeared first on American Handgunner.

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Pragmatic Anachronism

No matter what platform you usually shoot, a big bore sixgun and a coffee can full of ammo will take you to school on basics such as grip consistency. The post Pragmatic Anachronism appeared first on American Handgunner.

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Les Baer’s Black Baer 9mm & Boss .45 ACP

It’s easy to figuratively grab a rattle-can of “Dark Earth” and spray last year’s model of just about anything and suddenly you have a “Hot new product!” The post Les Baer’s Black Baer 9mm & Boss .45 ACP appeared first on American Handgunner.

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Original S&W 1917 .45 ACP

When FMG’s Roy Huntington purchased this original Smith & Wesson 1917, it was a bag of bits and pieces. After some tinkering and tuning, watch and listen to see how well it performs. The post Original S&W 1917 .45 ACP appeared first on American Handgunner.

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Wilson Combat WCP320 Carry

The folks at Wilson Combat have a refreshing business model. Most handgun manufacturers produce their own designs and are loath to admit anyone else can come up with a good idea. The post Wilson Combat WCP320 Carry appeared first on American Handgunner.

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The Colt Python

It was circa-1955. Bullseye shooting, where you stood on your hind legs and shot one-handed is king. Cops’ holsters are filled with either a Colt or S&W DA revolver, with more of the former than the latter. The post The Colt Python appeared first on American Handgunner.

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