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44 Special wheel guns with great interest, since I own a S&W model 696. A word on the 696 from my experience: The one I have has been an excellent revolver, and Iï¿½ve not had a problem with it since the day I bought it. I have had a little trigger work done to smooth out the trigger pull a little, but that was done for personal taste rather than being a necessity. I have shot several different brands and loads of ammunition and have not had a problem. Now, Iï¿½m not the greatest shot in the world, but I find that it is accurate with everything Iï¿½ve used in it. I do find it to be a great concealed-carry gun. October 1999 - Gun TestsOctober 1999Firing Line 10/99Higher-Dollar Cowboy Guns: Coltâ€™s, Freedom Are Topnotch9mm Carry Semiautos: The Bad, The Good, and the Not-So-UglyFollow-Up: Â“A Liability StrategyÂ”.38 Special Defense Loads: We Like Cor-Bon, Remington7.62 x 39mm Field Rifles: Tough To Find, But Worth The EffortOther Issues
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5-inch magnum loads appears to be increasing, as more shooters determine they need the maximum load of steel shot they can manage for waterfowl shooting. Gun makers are being sure to chamber their shotgun offerings for the full-length shotshell with its 1 9/16-ounce of steel capability. The prime users of these long-chambered guns seem to be waterfowlers, who forego the 10-gauge guns because, presumably, they want to use their duck guns for other things that t10 canâ€™t do very well. These uses include upland hunting, casual trap, even Sporting Clays to sharpen the eye in the off season. August 1999 - Gun TestsAugust 1999Benelliâ€™s 3.5-inch Nova Gives The 870 a Run for Its MoneyPolymer-Bodied 9mms: Ruger Scores Surprise Victory.38 Special +P: The True Calling Card Of Titanium Concealment GunsRevolvers in .32 H&R Magnum: Tiny Packages With Plenty of PopHunting Rifles: We Canâ€™t Stand High-Dollar Mato .30-06Firing Line 08/99Hide-and-Seek CCW Style: Concealment Holsters TestedThis Is Who We AreOther Issues
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