presto! You've got a review of the newest plastic frame, striker fired (PFSF) pistol! The gun magazines have always been in the pockets of the advertisers, which means you'll never read a disparaging word -- and the articles are stale and listless. Me, I'm suffering from PFSF fatigue. Here are the last nine covers of Gun & Ammo's Handguns magazine. See how many are PFSFs? See how many are revolvers? Yep. So what I'm wondering is this: How many of you would subscribe to a magazine that had articles about handguns that no longer were in production? Or articles about barrel length and velocity, barrel/cylinder gaps? Or first hand accounts by those who used a handgun to protect themselves? You know, a gun about...handguns. I remember back in the early 80s a magazine cover story about an attractive blond woman who used her stainless 6-inch Ruger Security-Six to save herself from an intruder. It was an incredible story. The guy was tough and menacing...right up to the time she showed him her gun, then he was humble and apologetic, which worked out fine because she made him call the police and tell them where he was. It would have been a great story for a gun magazine (In fact, when I first saw the cover story, the woman looked at first like a beautiful woman standing in a doorway. Then I saw the gun! The photographer did a great job in distracting the viewer and obfuscating the Ruger.) The only magazine I get now is G&A Handguns, and I get it only because I get it cheap on Amazon. But it bores me to tears. Would you go for a magazine like I described? Would you like to see anything else I gun magazines? This Ruger Security-Six may no longer be I production, but its role in police firearm history is significant. So why no photos? Why no articles? How does it compare to the GP-100? Was a reinforced Security-Six necessary? Which makes a better trail gun?