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Beat the August heat with cool info from S.W.A.T. Magazine! Sit in on a bullpup IWI Tavor Armorer's class, get some reloading tips for the classic .38 Special cartridge, and pick up some hints on seated shooting positions to maximize your long range handgun accuracy.

Also to be found inside this hot new issue are reviews of the Savage Arms Model 10 FCP rifle and Beretta's 1301 Tactical shotgun.

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S.W.A.T.'s July issue is almost too hot to handle, with a review of STI's Nitro 10, an honest 100-yard-capable remake of the venerable 1911. Also inside are looks at S&W's Shield and the CZ 75 Tactical Sport, and Leroy Thompson gives you a rundown of the various non-German clones of the classic HK MP5.

You'll also get an assortment of training drills using the classic B8 Standard American Pistol Target, a look at the pros and cons of handloading subsonic ammunition, and a review of Academi's Precision Rifle I class, run at the former Blackwater facility.

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School may be out for summer, but the learning never stops at S.W.A.T.! Check out our June 2015 issue for reviews of the SIG 556xi modular rifle, Lone Wolf's G9 AR-pattern pistol, the K&M Arms M17S556 bullpup, and a rundown of Ruger's full line of .223 offerings.

Also inside are instructions on installing Bar-Sto's MT barrel in your Glock pistol, domestic plans for fire prevention and preparedness, a look at the realities of pocket carry, and a takedown by Pat Rogers on some of the most common internet firearms myths and fallacies. Don't miss out!

June 2015 PRINT edition

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June 2015 PDF edition

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S.W.A.T.'s May 2015 edition brings you reviews of the piston-driven Adams Arms C.O.R. rifle, Armalite's AR-30A1 .338 Lapua long-range rifle, and Wilson Combat's Hackathorn Special 1911 as well as Ruger's .22 Charger pistol in both regular and takedown flavors.

Look inside for articles on getting the most out of a training class, safely practicing outside of a formal range environment, preparing for the 15-second bug out, and handling firearms in a 360-degree setting. Don't miss out!

May 2015 PRINT edition

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May 2015 PDF edition

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April's issue of S.W.A.T. Magazine is a shower of gun reviews, including ROBAR's new PolymAR-15 carbine, three different Ruger .357 Magnum revolvers, and Templar Custom's functional custom Glocks, as well as Browning's Black Label 1911-22 for economical rimfire practice.

As usual, there's a whole raft of preparedness-related articles, too, from a look at MAXLIFEX's one-day basic rifle class, a review of the training that goes into being on your local Community Emergency Response Team, and the second in a series of how to properly set up an AR-pattern carbine. As a bonus, we include a head-to-head shootoff between full-auto examples of the AKM and the WW2 German MP44.

April 2015 PRINT edition

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April 2015 PDF edition

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It's just madness how much info we packed into the March '15 issue of S.W.A.T. Magazine, with reviews of the DPMS GII Recon .308 carbine, Smith & Wesson Model 69 medium-frame .44 Magnum revolver, CMMG Mk47 Mutant AKM, and the Savage Arms Model 10 Precision Carbine.

There's a look at training with self-propelled robotic targets, a review of the Shotmaxx shot timer that you wear like a wristwatch, a discussion of one-handed gun manipulation for emergencies, some pointers on how to properly set up your carbine to fit you and your needs, and much more!

March 2015 PRINT edition

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March 2015 PDF edition

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You'll love the February '15 issue of S.W.A.T. Magazine! There are reviews of the Robar Custom Glock 42, Mossberg SA-20 Tactical shotgun, and Ruger LC9s, tips for long-term ammo storage, and a hard look at the utility of leverguns for preppers.

There are also articles that examine the many uses of Trail Boss powder from IMR, go in-depth on long-term ammunition storage, and look at how local police departments can offer training programs that benefit both sworn personnel and responsible armed citizens. Don't miss out on this sweetheart of an issue!

February 2015 PRINT edition

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February 2015 PDF edition

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S.W.A.T. starts 2015 off right, with a review of Ruger's new Gunsite Scout Rifle in .223. We also check out the huge Ready Line indoor training facility and firing range, offer tips for fighting from vehicles, and take a look at SureFire's Rapid Transition offset AR sights.

S.W.A.T. reader Wendy Randall shares her story of how she came to embrace being a prepared and trained gun owner, Pat Rogers takes on the mythology of "One Shot, One Kill", and Jeff Prather examines how the cardinal rules of firearms safety apply not just to the square range, but to the street as well. Get prepared for the New Year with S.W.A.T.!

January 2015 PRINT edition

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January 2015 PDF edition

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