While browsing the magazine rack in your local book store, your eyes automatically scan the section on handguns. There, amidst the bright, glossy photos of the latest plastic uber wonders and the flashy headers heralding "torture tests" or tips to improve your footwork when you shoot, you see it peeking out at you--a blast from the past. Picking the magazine up, you see a photo of a stainless Ruger Security-Six on the cover...no, two of them, the the other a sleek stainless version of a Speed-Six. You pick up the magazine and notice that the ads are different. More white space throughout the publication. You find the cover article and it tells the history of the "Six" series of guns, beginning with Bill Ruger's decision to build a strong, solid .357 that could compete with Smith & Wesson and Colt, and which would begin with a blank sheet of paper. Towards the end, the article then briefly describes the development of the GP-100. Throughout the rest of the magazine, you see brief reviews of new handguns hitting the market as well as articles highlighting both in-production and out-of-production handguns. Questions: Would you be likely to buy or subscribe to such a magazine, and would you prefer to have the magazines published in b&W or color? Glossy pages or stock? Or do you prefer only to see magazines review only new handguns, or in-production handguns? Thanks for your feedback!