One of the most common short-barreled handguns is the snub-nose revolver, and ammunition manufactures have for some time been offering loads developed specifically for this belly, ankle and pocket gun. However, over the last decade, the compact autopistol has seen a serious increase in sales, and the need for ammo engineered to work from short-barreled autoloaders is now at an all-time high. Read on to learn about five short-barreled handgun loads.

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