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  • Publisher: Athlon Media
  • Customer Service Number: (800) 284-5668
  • Universal Magazine Code (UMC): 8127
  • Program ID (PID): 819
  • Program Sales Rank: 417
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Other Combat Handguns Reviews

Combat Handguns - By Jinman007


The best of all the Gun magazines and I read them all!

Been Here From the Start - By caddymak


I have been reading CH since the first issue came out long ago, which I still have. For my money this is & always has been the best gun mag out there. If you're into what might be called "social firearms" this IS the one to read. I've learned quite lot about not only the guns, but also about the legal side of the self-defense subject & many others also. As long as they keep printing, I'm gonna keep reading it. Keep up the good work & thanks for a lot of years of my personal favorite magazine.

All About the Positive - By Taurus A New One


I was minding my own business in WalMart, Texas one evening when I passed by the magazine section. I noticed the cover of the Combat Handguns magazine and picked one up and flipped through it. It must have brought interest to me because I actually bought it, and I DON'T ENJOY READING. I found myself as John Wayne did in "The Shootist", with the newspaper that he read from cover to cover, and was amazed that I actually enjoyed the whole issue. I say, good job Combat Handguns for keeping my interest and for caring enough to produce a top notch magazine.

Taurus coolaid Drinkers - By jimbo


First let me say I enjoy this magazine for the most part. I have, however, passed on this month's issue due to the cover article. Essentially, another test of a Taurus handgun with, I am certain, glowing accolades. My concern is that we in the public read these reviews and some take them as gospel. I must admit, I did for the first few months.I guess my complaint is the your writers have no credibility- they never met a handgun they didn't like. The feature on another Taurus was just too much. I have first hand experience with this manufacturer and if your writers did their work there is no way they could recommend such junk. Other than this, great read!

Great Mix - By 1911&PolymerRock


I am a new subscriber and want to kick myself for not subscribing sooner to save money from the newsstand prices for this bible of a book. For almost 20 years I have followed Combat Handguns and have found most of the articles informative and keep up on the newest introduction of products, in the ads too. Great read, always.

QuickClot Hoax - By Mac


First I don't know if this is the correct place to write this, hopefully it will be looked at in the right light! I have always enjoyed reading your magazine however in your recent March 2007 issuesthere was an extremely dangerous and misinformed article about "First-aid items to carry", where it talked about QuickClot. Obviously there wasn't very much research given to this topic because if there was you would never had printed what you did. QuickClot was the best thing on the market at the beginning of the war in Iraq. However you will be hard pressed to find any unit still using it, except for a massive femoral artery injury. QuickClot will burn nerve endings, skin and anything that has moisture I.E. they eyes. For your magazine to come out and tell regular citizens to by and use this stuff is very irresponsible on the part of the author and editor. If anything the product TraumaDEX is a much safer and more user friendly product. A simple compress and direct pressure is about all a normal citizen should be told in a magazine, if they want more training then direct them to such. Please do something to correct this problem before people start pouring this stuff on minor lacerations and blinding themselves!