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Guns and Hunting
Summer
1958
Contents - The Right Guns for Birds and Wildfowl, A Day;s Shooting at Suffolk Lodge, Gunning for the King, Hunting the Muley in Montama, The Bloody Wonderful History of Handguns, Bench Rest: Patterns Under a Dime, The Range is Getting Longer, Squirrel: Choose the Right Gun, Stalking the Antelopes for Trophy Heads, Rx for Varmints, No Formula for Whitetail, Timber Rifles: Short. Swift, Deadly Picture Report - Guns: An Overall Look at the Current Crop Departments - Hunting Dogs: Pointers and Setters, Field Safety: Handling a Shotgun, What's New How-To For Gunners - Hand Load your Ammo, Mount A Scope
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Guns and Hunting
March
1960
Contents - The Fast-Draw Craze, Ol' Crip, Carving Out a Future, Mexico's Top Target, "Jeeping" For Coons, Loading Press Pitfalls, Big Bend Bonanza, Archery Goes Fishing, Thousands of Crows, Curio Corner; Little But Lethal Shotgun Section - Shotgun Hunting From A to Z, Dictionary of Shotgun Terms, A Look At The Field, A "Double" Man Speaks Up, Reading Bonus: Gun Care and Repair Special Features - Cartridge Test Report: .22 W.M.R./.338 Magnum, Portfolio of Hunting Dogs: Your Hunting Dog - Off Season, Will They Charge?, Jim Bowie's Blade, Gun Collecting: The Colt Every Collector Wants How-To Feature - Checker Your Gunstock Departments - From Our Readers, Reader's Gun Case, What's New, Collectors' Page, Afterthoughts
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Guns and Game
Summer
1960
- Grizzlies Ain't For Sissies, Buck Fever For Billy the Kid, Is There a Deer In Your Future?, Target For Today - Varmints, Hunting's Last Frontier, Butch, Beech and Bailey Technical - Ballistics - Problem of High-Angle Shooting, Picking a Scope, How Shotshells Are Made, Birth Of a Gun Evaluation and Review - Glass Barrel Shotgun, .243 vs .244, The Good Old "Thuty-Thuty" The Gun Club - 25 Birds to Oblivion, I Wanna Pistol Collecting - Civil War Guns, Evaluate a Find Home Workshop - Reloading, ABC of Gun Care Sidelights - A Boy And His .22, Training Your English Setter, Hunt Below The Ice
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Guns And Hunting
November
1960
Features - Nebraska's Flying Crop, North Of The Border, The Most Deadly Shot, Bring Yourself Back Alive, Fill 'Em Up, I'm Being Hounded, Rattling For Bucks, Ballistics Fill The Bag, North Woods Strongboy, New Found Land For Archers, 12 For The Pot Guns and Hunting Exclusive - The More Or Less Magnum Special Features - The Deer You Didn't Shoot, New Guns: Two Magnum Shotguns, New Remington "SP" Shotshell, The Men Behind The Guns: John Browning, Portfolio Of Hunting Dogs: The Dog On The Night Shift, Historically Speaking: First Came Matchlocks How-To Features - Make a Spotting-Scope Scabbard, Make Hunting Socks Reading Bonus - Attributes Of A Successful Turkey Hunter Departments - From Our Readers, Readers' Gun Case, What's New, Collectors' Page, Afterthoughts
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Gun World
February
1961
Gun Tests - Marlin .336 Sporting Carbine, Rutger's .22 Magnum, AR-15 Automatic Rifle Features - Don't Let the Cold Ruin Your Shots!, The "Ringo Gun" is Old Hat, Treasure Hunt for Guns, Evolution of a Classic, How Good is the Shotgun Slug?, Ghost Patrol of the 7th Cavalry, Shot Sizes, Patterns and the Reloader, Loaded for Bear, Half-Hour Tune-Up For Your Gun Special Report - Cost of Customizine (Part 1) Gun Engravings Enhance Beauty - And Value Departments - Gun Spots, Technical Tips, Scatter Shots, Collectors' News
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Guns and Hunting
May
1961
Features - Trophies: Glory Of The Yukon (Chapter 1), Targets For Everybody, Bullets - Trial By Firing, Geared For Varmits, Don't Be Outfoxed, Pistol Pros, America's Handguns: Part 1, Thirteen Ounces Of Magic, Ball Powder Guns and Hunting Exclusive - An American Shooting Primer: Part II - Larry Koller Teaches You How To Shoot Big-Bore Rifles, All About All American Rabbits Special Features - New Guns: Ruger's Deerstalker, Animals At Large: The Red Fox, Historically Speaking: The Revolutionary Gun, Portfolio Of Hunting Dogs: Puppy Pickin' Time, New Guns: .22 Magnum Semiauto Reading Bonus - Nature's Mysterious Misfits Departments - From Our Readers, Collector's Page, Readers' Gun Case, What's New, Classified Section, Pop Off
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The New Guns Annual

1961
Contents - Beginners' Rifles, Target Rifles, Varmint Rifles, Big-Game Rifles, Beginners' Shotguns, Upland-Game Shotguns, Wildfowl Shotguns, Rifled-Slug Shotguns, Trap & Skeet Shotguns, Beginners' Handguns, Target Handguns, Game Handguns, Defense Handguns Bonus Features - Learn To Shoot, Rifle Sights, The Right Gun For You, On The Technical Side, Bargain Corner, Manufacturers & Importers
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Guns And Hunting
November
1961
Features - Focus On Scopes, Colt...Winchester...Masterpieces, Ghosts On Silent Wings, Discovered...Boone & CrocketT Mountain, Answers To The Free-Subscription Quiz, Beat The Swindlers, Hot Or Miss, Survival At 20" Below, Control...A Prime Problem Guns And Hunting Exclusive - An American Shooting Primer: Part VI - Larry Koller Teaches You How To Shoot In The Field Special Features - Historically Speaking: Handguns Of The Union, All About All-American Deer, New Guns: Mossberg Targo, Animals At Large: The Moose, Portfolio Of Hunting Dogs: Let's Judge Field Trials Reading Bonus - The Rough Unruffled Ruff Departments - From Our Readers, Readers' Gun Case, Dog Bones, Collectors' Page, Pop Off, Used-Gun Shop, Loaded Questions, Exclusive: November's Weather, What's New, Classified Section, Afterthoughts
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Guns and Hunting
March
1962
Features - Tugh Men, Deadly Guns, Ten Guns Salute to the Magnums. The Pistol-Permit Mess, Million to one Shots, So Much For Kick, Stop Shotgun Slaughter, Hunter's Summer School. Pays Off in Deer Varmint Extras - The Right Tools for the Job, Phantom Gray, Stealthy Red, All About All American Prairie Dogs, Prescription for Varmint Medicine, Animals at Large: The Prairie Dog Guns and Hunting Exclusive - Primative to Modern Special Features - New Guns: Winchester 52D, Historically Speaking: The Hall Rifle, Portrauts of Hunting Hogs: Myth of the Super Breed Reading Bonus - Armed for Alaska Bear How-To Feature - Click! You've Got Him
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GUNsport
March
1962
First Field Tests - The New 'Lead Finder" Shotgun SIgnt, Ithaca's New Single Shot .22 Handguns - Cast Bullets for Sixguns - Tops in Economy, The Revolver vs.The Automatic, Custom Grips for Improved Accuracy, Confessions of a Pistol Packer Collecting - How to Start a Gun Collection Special Reports - How Good is Factory Ammo?, Loads for Muzzle Loaders, What Happened to the .22 JGR?, A Visit to Greener's Hunting - There's More Than One Way to Cook a Goose's Goose, How to Keep a Black Bear Down
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Gun World
October
1962
Gun Tests - Fun With The Phantom, Modifying The Big Boom Features - Shoot-Out At Bloomington, Blind Find: One-Of-A-Kind, Cubans & Carbines, Tips on Black Powder, Reload For the Ruger Carbine, Check Before You Wreck, Loads & Lenses, Forgotten Formula for Firearms, American Enfield of Orison Blunt Departments - Scatter Shots, Tech Tips, Firing Line, Collector News, Gun Spots, Reloading Clinic
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GUNsport
December
1964
Hunting Season Specials - Big Bucks Can Be Easy, Montana Antelope: Test for Big Game Hunting, Talkin' Turkey, Jump Those Ducks!, Choosing a Brush Gun for Elk Handloading - New Accuracy With Wadcutters, Handloading the Remington 600/.35 Handguns - You Can Be a Pistol Champ Special Reports - Convert any Action to the Hot New .225 Magnum, Gaur With a .450 Wildcat Departments - Sighting In, Answer Box, Handloaders Corner, Burning Powder, Handgunners Corner, Snap Shots
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Gun World
February
1965
Gun Tests - Marlin.s .444 Magnum Features - They're Slaughtering Your Game!, Tokyo's Olympic Trap Shoot!, Revamping the Vet, That Frightening Feel for Foxes, Latest for the Luger Rounds, Shooting's Most Amazing Quarter-Inch, Arizona's Cantankerous Tuskers, Businessman's Luncheon Hunt, Gun for a Lawman Departments - Scatter Shots, Tech Tips, Reload Clinic, Firing Line, Guest Shot, Shotgunning with Bob Stack, Gun Spots, Collector's News, Shooters' Shelf
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Gun World
April
1966
Gun Tests - If I Had the Wings of an Angle, The Casa-Parker 20-Gauge Features - Should We Bury the .45 Auto?, Get Fresh With Your Stock, Dawn Taxi to Santiago, The Butt-Ball Wheel Lock, Trail of the White Bear, The Long, the Short and the Tall, Tips for Turkey Tumblers, Paul Mauser's Pistols Departments - Scatter Shots, Tech Tips, Reload Clinic, Shotgunning with Bob Stack, Firing Line, Gun Spots, Guest Shot, Collector's News, Shooters Shelf
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Guns And Game
July
1966
Hunting - Blizzard Bucks, Let's Shoot Crows, Chucks With An 03A3, Hunting The Sage Hen Technical - Ballistics Reloading - Reloading, Shotshell Reloading Evaluation And Review - Winslow Arms Custom Rifles, Patterning The Richland 707, The Johnston-Tucker .22 Carbine Conversion, The Wonderful Mauser Magnum Action, Anniversary Arms From Win. And Rem. Home Workshop - A Gunsmith On Pistol Sights, A C-Clamp Pistol Rest, Build a Custom Stock From Scratch, Make Your Decoys New Again Sidelights - Product Shorts, Editorial
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Guns and Hunting
September
1966
Northern Safari - Little Gun, Big Bear (A famous hunter pits the tiny .350 Magnum carbine against a huge Alaskan brownie,( Gun News - Reloading the 6.5 Magnum / Testing the 12x Redfield (Here are top loads for a new cartridge, plus a test of their latest high-powered scope.), S&W Survives "Burial" (Winter long punishment leaves the stainless-steel .38 unscathed.), Extra Right off the Assembly Line (Straight from the manufacturers, word on the newest products.), A Noble Experiment and a Japanese Double (Our latest shotguns: a 4 3/4-pound aluminim pump...and Ithaca's imported over/under.), A Lever Action .30 (Marlin's fast, sturdy Levermaticv commandeers a military caliber.) Excluisives - Don't Let Sighting Fool You (Your rifle may be perfectly zeroed when you leave home - but off-target in the field.), Elegance in Gun Grips (Andrew Saliga's custom handgun stocks combine effieicncy with artistry.) Special Features - The Fighting Commodore's Pistol (Blood Guns: Oliver Hazard Perry fought with a side-arm as well as navel cannon.), Treasures of India (Historically Speaking: Unique matchlocks like these can often be yours for a song.), A Handbook for Arm Twisters (Editorial Battlefield: A Washington Columnist proves you can influence gun laws.), September Itch (Portfolio of Hunting Dogs: Tips on buying a mail-order dog - without getting bitten.) Firearms Factbook - Candidates for Conversions (Here's the lowdown about converting three top military rifles into sporters.)
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Guns and Hunting
February
1967
Gun News - Return of the L.C. Smith (Marlin brings back a famous side-by-side and it's as good as ever.), Man-and-Boy Carbine (A new idea in center-fire sporters: Kodak's new-stock Bolt-action.), Extra! Right Off the Assembly Line (Straight from the manufacturers, word on the latest products.), 20-Gauge 101, Field Test (Winchester's Over/Under arrives in a small bore size that's ideal in the uplands.), 20-Gauge, Range Test (A firing session and a mechanical inspection confirm that this gun is a winner.) Exclusives - Carve Your Own Handgun Grips (You don't have to be an artist to decorate your revolver or auto), Military Small-Arms Systems (With interchangeable parts, weapons can be assembled to order right on the battlefield.), Hunting Headliners - Late-Season Success Story (The sharpest hunters knock down trophies after most sportsmen have left the woods.), Goose Busting - Texas-Style (For an action-packed shoot, hundreds of rug decoys draw thousands of honkers.), Wolverines (Mean, unpredictable, evel - and a fine trophy! That's the skunk bear.) Special Features - A War Chief and a Renegade (Blood Guns: The story of Geronimo's .44s - and Cherokee Bill's Colt .45.), Setter or Pointer (Portfolio of Hunting Dogs: Which of the two classic breeds is the dog for you?), Pocket-Size Persuasion (Historically Speaking: The saga of the fabulous four-barreled derringer.) Firearms Factbook - Caliber Conversions (Here's the complete lowdown on recharging, reburring, reboring and rebarreling.)
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Shooting Times
February
1967
Features This Month - Shooting Vandals, Tiger To Pussycat, Case Capacities, Personalized Loads, Double Dipper, Snake Eyes, Finally, A Grizzly, Sturmgewehr, Military Cases, Primer Facts, Metallic Review, Shotshell Review, Black Powder Loads
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Gun World
September
1967
Gun Tests - Remington's .22/250 Varmintmaster Features - Just For Drill, Shoot to Save, Build a .458 American (Part III), Deep Hunt for Gents, King of the Suicide Specials, Necking Party (Part II), Backpack for Triphies, Jine The Cavalry Departments - Scatter Shots, Tech Tips, Shotgunning with Bob Stack, Reload Clinic, Firing Line, Little Known Game Animals, Collecting News, Gun Spots, Guest Shot (Gen. Wallace M. Greene, Jr.), Shooter's Shelf
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Guns and Game
December
1967
Hunting Tips - The Great Dixie Snowshoe Hunt, Handgun For Whitetails, Little Brown Buzz Bombs, One Way To Learn Duck Hunting Field Tests - The Webley and Scott Doubles, Varmint Handguns - How Good Are They? Shooting Basics - Game Getting Power From Long-Range Shotguns Reloading - New Loads For The 6.5 x 55 Swedish and the .222 REM Departments - Features - Gunsmith, Shotshell Reloading, Ballistics, It's Your Opinion, It's Our Opinion
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GUNsport
January
1968
Features - Geese With Factory Loads, Shooting Blackpowder Replicas, Scopes In The Woods, Bird Gun On Ducks, Timing In Firearms, The Hunter's Kit, Keep 'Em Clean For Accuracy Evaluations - Norma's New 45 ACP Hollow-Point Staff Reports - One-Day Trap Record, Czechoslavakian Hunting, Winchester's Barrel Tests Departments - From Where The Editor Sits, Rifleman: Gun Business People, Letters To GUNsport, Handgunner's Corner: New Bullets, Handloader, Burning Powder: Carrying Ammo, Leroy: The Other Guy's Dog, New Products, GUNsport Answers, News
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Gun World
April
1969
Gun Tests - Perazzi's Over/Under Pair, New M-68 9mm Carbine Features - Golden Dawn of the Cranes, Battle-Made Blades, The New Gun Laws and You, Tools for Home Gunsmiths, Pros of Long Range Handgunnery, The Big Cast Bullet Shootout!, Modern Mountain Men, Hunting the Web-Footed Dune Bummy Departments - Scatter Shots, Tech Tips, Reload Clinic, Firing Line, Shotgunning with Robert Stack, Victories & Varmints, Guest Shot (Dale Robertson), Collector's News, Gun Spots, Shooters' Shelf
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Shooting Times
February
1970
Features This Month - Basics Of Shotshell Loading, .357/.44 Revolver Wildcat, Loads For Surplus Pistols, Omark's Sportco .44 Target Rifle, Loading For A Tamed 10 Gauge, Boondock Loads, 300 Winchester Improved, Shotguns For Quail, Winchester's Ball Powders, ST Arms Tour Of Europe, Pattern Is The Answer
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Gun World
April
1977
Field Test - Dan Wesson's 15-2VH Series, Winchester's Xpert Over/Under Features - Try a Black Powder Shotgun, Kart .22 Conversion Unit for .45 Autos, A Sucker for Bear, The Basics of Heat-Treating Metals, So You'd Like To Learn Taxidermy?, The Yancey's Artistic Touch, Ho to Become a Trophy Hunter Departments - Scatter Shots, Tech Tips, Shotgunning with Robert Stack, Reload Clinic, The Mann Says, Firing Line, The Blind Side, Collector News, Knife News, Gun Spots
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Gun World
March
1981
Special Report - Colt's Nonpatent Revolver How To - Make Shotshell Fire Starters Features - The Dan Wesson Arms Power Control, New From Winchester in 1981, New From Remington in 1981, 1980 Weatherby Big Game Trophy Award, Adios, Querido Lugar De Caza, Savage Four Tenner, T.M. Dowell - Mark of Excellence
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Shooter's Journal and Survival Guide
May
1981
Features - In Memoriam: A Tribute to J.W. Hornady, Laser Sights: Yhe Cops answer to crime, How to Survive if you're lost, Installing B-Square's Mini-14 Scope Mount, Prepare cases for loading the right way, Rapid Fire Pistol: A Good Training Ground, Survival Foods can save your life, Casting Bullets for the Ruger Mini-14, S&W's 1955 M25 Revolver: a hard hitting .45, How to: Making Wax Bullets the Forster way, Ruger's Target .22 Pistol: it's hot, Survival Guns: Charter's AR-7 and Explorer II, Remington's rimfire pump .22, How to: SAFECO's lead hardness tester performs, How to: Installing Choate shotgun pistol grips, Browning's Citori O/U 28 gauge evaluation
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Colt American Handgunning Annual
1982 Contents - Editor's Page, The High Country Hunter, Tribute to a Great Gun - The Colt M1911, For Deer, Think Close, The Security Officer's Handgun, The Classic "D.S." - Short but Sweet, Handgunning for Moose, Top Guns at the Tournament of Champions, The Famous Guns of Testeryear...and Today, The Colt Heritage Commemorative, The Colt Walker - Past & Present, 1851 Navy, 1860 Army, 1862 Pocket Navy - The Thoroughbreds, Tomorrow's Collector Items Today, Accurizing Colt's .45 Auto, Load Up for Varmints, Handgun Silhouette Shooting Marches On, The New Custom Commander
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American Handgunner
March / April
1988
Features - Clark's Classy Classic (Jim Clark's longslide 38 Special 1911 pistol is pure classic!), The Ayoob File (A biker and two cops shoot it out. The cops win.), Master Tips (How to clear the combat shooter's jams.), PMK .380 (Inexpensive and well-made, the PMK .380 is a good pocket pistol.), Ammo For The Dark Place (Two views of what to carry for ammunition in the Dark Place.), Taffin Tests (In-depth look at handloading the .357 Maximum.), Training With a World Champion (Audit a class with champion shooter Mike Plaxco.), PSW-XM9 (At last, the real truth behind the Army's 9mm test.), 1987 IPSC Nationals (Jerry Barnhart wins with a .45 ACP over the .38 Super shooters.), Smith And Wesson Olympic Gold (This radical new .22 Short features a whole new design.), Texas Longhorn Sixguns (Was Sam Colt left-handed? Here's a right-handers revolver.), Custom Gun Giveaway (Andy Cannon's Magnum Hunter is a high-tech .44 Magnum. You can win it.), 10mm Delta Elite (Can the old warhourse take the hot new 10mm Auto cartridges.), Big Red (Ruger's new Super Redhawk is a handful of handgun.), Glock 17 )The infamous "plastic pistol" is exposed for what it really is.), Tuning The Dan Wesson (Like any mass-produced gun, the DW needs some fine-tuning.) Columns - Speak Out, Handgun Leather, Pistolsmithing, Siluetas, Leatham's Column, Handgun Hunting, Cop Talk, Insights Into IPSC, Handloading, Industry Insider
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Special Weapons

1994
Olympic Arms OA93 5.56mm (AR-15 pistol is the ultimate entry gun!), AWC Hyper-Dyne Muzzle Brake (Tames muzzle blast/keeps barrel level for 2nd shot.), Trijicon Advanced Combat Gunsight (It's a military-tough tritium illuminated reticle scope.), Saga of the SMG (Evolution of the submachinegun/how the HK MP5 became world famous.), Special OPS Expo (Newest tactical tools for military and police.), Sterling L-2A3 9mm (Robust, compact SMG is dynamite in a small package.), The Mighty Makarov (Development of Russian service pistol/shooting comparison with German and Chinese versions.), Search For The Ultimate Manstopper (Shootout performance proves combat effectiveness of special wadcutters that are autopistol reliable.), Ciener Full-Auto Rimfire Conversion Kits (For low cost practice and good old plinkin' fun.), Reflex Suppressors (From Finland - with both military and civilian application.), All About Impact Weapons (Their development over the centuries/their importance today.), Olympic Arms Ultramag .300 Win Mag (Boasting a variety of options it's a perfected countersniper.), Colt Classics (Proven in service to military & police - some have become collectibles, others are still on duty today.), High Standard M10B Police Shotgun (Easy handling bullpup style is made for close quarters combat.), Benelli Super 90 versus Custom Remington 11-87 (Shootout comparisons of two favorite police shotguns.), Walther MPK/MPL 9mm (Long and short version of classic German SMG!), S&W M3953 9mm/M4013 .40S&W (Two mini-guns are compact and concealable with 8+1 shot firepower.), A Place For Full-Auto Fire (When it's justified/when not.), Tale Of Two Colts (The born-again Detective Special and the new-born 2000 All-American.), 8 Underground Subguns (Outlaw weapons of vague SMG design.), Batons & Beyond (Impact weapons, "Red Guns" and more - from Armament Systems & Procedures.), Concealment Holster Update (More than 17 new rigs - from Bianchi, DeSantis, Galco, LAW Concealment, Mitchell Leatherworks and Uncle Mikes.)
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Handgunning
January / February
1994
Features - Ruger's Bl;ackhawk: A Modern Classic (How did this sixgun achieve classic status? The old-fahioned way - by earning it.), Vihtavuori Powders Burn With Precision! (The name may not register, but the results these powders produce will have you adding it to your list of favorite propellants.), S&W's "Shorty Forty" (Wiley's prayers were answered: a compact semiautomatic that shoots the powerful .40 S&W cartridges with match-grade accuracy.), The Right Stuff For Reloading (Today's state-of-the-art accessories can take the chore out and put the fun back in reloading.), Hunting Wild Boar Anything But Boaring! (Looking for game closer to home but as challenging as Grizzly? Larry says "An old wild boar looks at you like you owe him money - and he has come to collect.), The .32 Magnum: The Wesson Revolves on Accuracy (The Wesson family has built its reputation on accurate revolvers, and the Model 732 upholds the standard.), The 10mm Auto - 60 Light Loads Make It Go (As fast and powerful as the 10mm cartridge is, Layne says you don't have to go "full throttle" to get high performance.), Handgunner's Notebook: Masters '93, USPSA Nationals '93 Columns - Handgunning Forum, To The Point, On The Beat, Custom Corner, Hunting, Reloading, Handgun Perspective, Ammo Insights, On Target
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Best of Shooting Times
2000
Contents - Smith & Wesson's Monster Magnum (Chambered for an all-new .50 caliber magnum cartridge, the new S&W Model 500 double-action revolver needs no hype), Your Best Bolt Action (Rick tells you what key features to consider when choosing the bolt gun that's right for you), Les Baer and the Thunder Ranch Are at it Again (The line of Les Baer Custom Thunder Ranch Special guns has just gotten longer with the addition of two new .45 ACP pistols), The Most Useful Short-Action Cartridge Ever Invented (Inherently accurate, extremely versatile and powerful enough for game ranging in size from varmints to elk and moose, the .308 Winchester does it all), ARs Take Accuracy Long Range (The AR rifle has nearly driven traditional rifles off the firing line at all major championship title competitions and is increasingly regarded as the best proven, most accurate long-range competition and varmint rifle in the world), The Outdoorsman's Handgun (Choosing the right woods gun is a lot like selecting a personal-defense gun, but with an additional element - It's all about spending an enjoyable day in the woods with an accurate, rugged and dependable handgun), Winchester Unleashes The New Short-Action .300 WSM (Introduced as a joint venture from Winchester Ammunition, U.S. Repeating Arms and Browning, this nonbelted magnum for short-action rifles rockets a 150-grain bullet at 3300 fps), Terminal Performance: The Key To Selecting The Right Bullet (Rick has put together an extensive battery of shooting results charts to help you pick the hunting bullet that's right for you), Ed Brown Kobra Carry .45 ACP (Unique innovations and supreme performance set the Kobra Carry apart form standard Model 1911 pistols), The New Remington XR-100 Is A Target Rifle Varmint Shooters Will Love (By combining the sentiments of its original XP-100 pistol with the latest XP-100 action and a few Custom Shop-like touches, Remington has come up with a target quality rifle with an everyday rifle price tag), Must-Have AR Accessories (David's short list of must-have accessories for AR-type rifles can help you wade through the confusion presented by all those aftermarket parts), Defense Guns I Can't Live Without (Jim has spent several years putting together this battery of defense guns. It includes all the handguns he might ever need. Maybe.), .405 Winchester - Big Medicine For Elk & Bear (Rick says USRAC's Winchester Model 1895 rifle and Hornady's .405 Winchester factory loads and handloading components are made to order for close-cover big-game hunting), Shooting Ruger's New Flattop Blackhawk (In celebration of the Blackhawk's 50th Anniversary, Ruger is offering a special small-frame Flattop edition), Mauser vs. Mosin (The Mauser Kar 98k takes on the Mosin-Nagant M91/30 in this European Front battle rifle shootout), Longevity, Versatility & Performance: The Classic 1911 Answers The Call (From basic-duty to loaded "custom" forms, classic Government Model 1911 autoloaders are offered by more makers than any other type of pistol in the world), The "Other" .45's (The classic 1911 is not the only style of semiautomatic pistol available to .45 ACP enthusiasts), Shooting Vintage & Replica Winchester Model 1873 Saddle Ring Carbines (Often referred to as the gun that won the West, the Model 1873 in saddle-ring carbine configuration is truly a classic), Inside The New .45 GAP (The new .45 GAP gives performance equal to commercial .45 ACP personal defense and law enforcement loads with 185- and 200-grain bullets but in a shorter overall case format that operates within the frame dimensions of a 9mm-size pistol), Kimber's New Centerfire Mountain Rifle (Finally, there is a standard-production wood-stocked, featherweight, centerfire bolt action that weighs less than six pounds and will be available in three action lengths), .204 Ruger - The Fastest Commercial Rifle Cartridge (This hot new .20-caliber cartridge, designed and produced by Hornady, is rated at an amazing 4225 fps muzzle velocity. And Ruger has five new rifles chambered for it), Springfield's XD Goes The Distance (The X-frame Duty pistol in.357 SIG from Springfield proved that it can handle an extreme normal-use workout firing 5000 rounds of full-power .357 BIG ammunition without a hitch), Handgun Hunting Holds (After you sight-in your hunting handgun and ammunition, it's time to put the sandbags or fancy gunrest away and fire your practice shots from actual field positions), Hornady's Sweet Seventeen (Rick says this all-new .17 HMR cartridge is a real "hummer of a rimfire"), The Many Levels Of The .45-70 (The .45-70 is more popular today than ever. There are plenty of bullets and powders to build handloads to meet any .45-70 shooter's needs), Selecting A .22 Rimfire Handgun (Today there are more excellent choices for selecting a rimfire revolver or pistol than ever before), Must-Have Riflescope Accessories (David has put together a list of his top riflescope accessories - including everything from cleaning gear to an Angle Cosine indicator - he thinks every rifleman should have), The Advantage Of Bonded-Core Bullets (To find out how good bonded-core bullets really are, Rick put these expanding bullets to the test)
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American Handgunner
March-April
2006
Departments - The Sixgunner (200 yard sixgun hunting? No way, says John), Better Shooting (Max Michael looks for speed first!), The Ayoob Files (Secret Service shootout saves Truman), Gun Rights (Part 2: Violence and non-violence), Gunnysack Columns - Speak Out, Handgun Leather, Cop Talk, Reality Check, Guncrank Diaries, Handloading, Winning Edge, Shooting Iron, Pistolsmithing, Handgun Hunting, Taffin Tests, Book Review, DVD Review, The Insider Resources - Custom Corner, Classifieds, Spotlight, Ad Index
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Handloader Ammunition Reloader Journal
August - September
2007
Bullet Runout (Reloader's Press), Bullet Shape (Mike's Shootin' Shack), .56-.56 Spencer (Cartridge Board), S & W Model 19 (From the hip), Alliant's Power Pistol (Propellant profiles), Loading Pistol Cartridge Leverguns (Short on size, Long on distance), Berger Bullets On Big Game (A new slant on hunting performance), Perfect Plinkers (When it is not hunting season), Handloading Marlin's Model 1895 .45-70 (From Plinking to Dangerous Game), Handloads For The .375 Ruger (Exclusive report on the newest .375), Primers And .223 Accuracy (Charlie takes an inside look), Redhawk .44 Magnum (Bullets & Brass), What's New In The Marketplace (Inside product news), Gun Digest 2007 (Book reviews), Walt Berger (Hunting Handloads)
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Rifle Sporting Firearms Journal
Nov. - Dec.
2007
Leica Ultravid 8x32 BR (Sporting scope), Gun Writer Myths & Cliches (Down range), The Balance Of Power (Optics), Remington Models 721, 722 and 700 Extractors (Light Gunsmithing), 6.5x55 Swedish Mauser (Classic Cartridges), Shooters Clean Up Unsightly Litter (Straight Talk), Inflation And Handloading (Mostly Long Guns), Magnum Research High-Tech Rimfires (Upscale Rimfires), The Best Shooting Game Ever (BPCR), Top 10 Executive Hunting Rifles (Bareness Picks His Top 10), Long Range Elk (Fact Or Fiction), Observations Of Bullet Performance (Straight Talk From The Field), Barnes Tipped TSX (Scoville Unveils New "Mystery" Bullet), Pachmayer Decelerator Slip-On Recoil Pad (Product Tests), Jim Brockman's Special Leverguns and Lon Paul's CZ .458 Lott (Custom Corner), What's New In The Marketplace (Inside Product News), Left-Handed .270 Winchester (Queries & Comments), A Place They've Never Been (Rifles & Woodsmoke
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Rifle Sporting Firearms Journal
March
2009
The Trouble With Irons (Sporting Scope), Comparison Shopping (Optics), A Trip to Iwo Jima (Down Range), In-Flight Reading (Straight Talk), .14 Remington Magnum (Classic Cartridges), Iron Sights Versus Scopes (Mostly Long Guns), Cracked Stocks (Light Gunsmithing), Plan Your Custom Rifle Carefully (Do The Homework First), Big Results From Small Cartridges (Useful Versus Macho), .223 Renubgtib (Snakk-Bire Versatilty), .38 WCF/.38-40 Rifles and Carbines (Obsolete Versus Fun), 8x57 mm Magnum (Still Overlooked and Underpowered), What's New In The Marketplace (Inside Product News), Savage Ammunition (Book Reviews), Remington Model 700 XCR Compact Tactical Rifle (Product Tests), Catalog Corner (Special Advertising Section)
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Rifle Sporting Firearms Journal
January
2010
From Zimbabwe (Spotting Scope), Borescope Views (Optics), .22 Rimfires (Down range), Gun Control (Mostly long guns), They're Alive, They're Alive (Straight talk), Trigger Shoes (Light gunsmithing), .22 Long Rifle (Classic cartridges), Marlin XL7W (Classy bolt-action Sporter), 25-Year Quest (The evolution of Accuracy), Levergun Hunting (North America to Africa), Rigby Redoubled (UP from the ashes), Gradle 7mm Express (The Original Short Magnum), Volquartsen Evolution (Product tests), What's New In The Marketplace (Inside Product news), Rifle Index - Volume 41, A Man Of Iron (Ealnut Hill)
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Rifle Sporting Firrearms Journal
March
2010
Tough Shots (Spotting Scope), World War II Sniper Scopes (Down range), Installing/Repairing Forend and Forearm Tips (Light Gunsmithing), Wildcatter Invents New .300 (Straight talk), Speer DeepCurl Bonded Bullet (Mostly long guns), .30 Carbine (Classic cartridges), McMillan G30 Legacy (A high-end production rifle), Winchester Model 1894 (It's back!), Thoughts On Marksmanship (Groups versus skill), Up And Shooting (Putting historical rifles to work), Short-Lived Legend (Schultz & Larsen offers European quality at bargain prices), Testing .22 Amunition (How does your ammo stack up), Catalog Corner (Special advertising section), What's New In The Marketplace (Inside product news), Rifle Reader Survey, Doug Turnbull Restoration (Custom corner), Search For The Near-Perfect Reticle (Walnut Hill)
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