Semi-automatic handguns remain the most popular attraction for gun buyers at our nation’s firearms retailers. The latest issue of Gun Digest the Magazine focuses on this great modern performer in versions both well-suited for concealed carry as well as handguns that are perfect for home defense, competition and target shooting. The special issue is available on newsstands everywhere today.

The range of semi-auto handguns is on full display throughout this issue of Gun Digest the Magazine. Dick Jones’ “Best Darn Semi-Autos Around” is a must read for anyone considering adding another handgun to their collection. Jones identifies what he believes to be the 25 best semi-autos on the market, highlighting everything from true pocket pistol-sized guns to full-size pistols. Readers will also find a side-by-side comparison test of popular concealed carry .380-caliber handguns from Glock, Smith & Wesson and Ruger. Gun Digest the Magazine is also the first magazine in the nation to deliver a review on Ruger’s mid-year release of the LC9s, a striker-fired version of their popular LC9 9mm handgun that offers improved trigger pull and, ultimately, an improved aim.

Readers will also want to check out articles on the pros and cons of the best defensive calibers gun owners can choose and a guide to today’s top holster options for concealed carry permit holders. The semi-auto issue of Gun Digest the Magazine will also satisfy tactical rifle fans with Brad Fitzpatrick’s account of his time hunting hogs with a Mossberg MMR while in a helicopter hovering over Texas. Plus, Dave Morelli walks readers through the simple process of converting an AR-15 from direct impingement operation to a gas-piston. All of this and so much more from the experts at Gun Digest the Magazine.

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Alicia Capetillo, 513.531.2690 ext. 11339

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