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January
1965
Features This Month - Hunting - Handgun Hog Hunt; Trophy Muleys Technical - New .225 Winchester; Remington's New Army Model .44; Fraser Falling Block Action Shotguns - Winchester Model 1400; F.I.'s LaSalle Shotguns; Eley Shotshells Reloading - Handloading The .223 Remington; Nosler Bullets Bonus - Boys Who Held The Bridge; Where Do We Get The Lee? Black Powder - Horns, Flints And Powdersmoke Gunsmithing - Questions And Answers Monthly Features - Technically Speaking; Gun Show Calendar; Catalogs And Booklets; Showcase; Book Reviews; On Gun Collecting; Times Flyers; Firing Line; Plinkin
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April
1965
Features This Month - Hunting - Forget Brain Shots Technical - Russia's Version Of .223; Marlin's 99 M-1 Carbine; The Hart Scope Extension Shotguns - Savage Fox Model B-DE Reloading - The .225 Winchester Collecting - Germanic Wheel Lock; Marlin Headstamps Bonus - History's Delinquent Deringer; Early Allied Rifles Gunsmithing - Questions And Answers Monthly Features - Technically Speaking; My Square Circle; Book Reviews; Catalogs And Booklets; Times' Flyers; Gun Show Calendar; On Gun Collecting; Firing Line; Showcase; Plinkin'
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August
1965
Features This Month - Hunting - Paid Hunting Technical - The Stoner System; Tracer Shotshells; More Push For Your .30-30; Fine Finnish Finish Reloading - Cartridge With Nine Lives Black Powder - Black Powder Ballistics Gunsmithing - Dad's Old Parker; Questions And Answers Bonus - Tresure From The Deep; Firepower; My Winged Weimar Monthly Features - Technically Speaking; My Sqare Circle; Catalogs And Booklets; Times' Flyers; Gun Show Calendar; Book Reviews; Firing Line; Gun Collecting; Showcase; Plinkin'
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September
1965
Features This Month - Hunting - Summertime Jacks; Big Gun Fun; Go Shoot Snakes! Shotguns - New Target Loads Reloading - Norma Bullets Black Powder - Go National! Clay Birds - Skeet Shooting Bonus - Honest Mistakes; Machine Guns - World War I; Four Dollars And Ten Cents; Building A Hunting Cabin Gunsmithing - Bending That Military Bolt; Questions And Answers Monthly Features - Technically Speaking; My Square Circle; Catalogs And Booklets; Book Reviews; Gun Show Calendar; Time Flyers; Firing Line; Showcase; Plinkin
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March
1966
Features This Month - Technical - The Squirreliest Rifle Hunting - Gobbler Gun; Wild Men In The Wild Woods; Dinosaur Stopper Reloading - Half-Jacket Kinks And Wrinkles Collecting - Premier's Parabellum; Return Of The Rimfire Shotguns - Winchester Trap, Skeet Guns Black Powder - The Swiss Federal Bonus - Senator Dodd Has Gone Too Far!; Man Who Loved Machines; Build A Gun Travel Case; The Freda Rifle; Remington's Newest; Winchester's Seminar South Monthly Features - Technically Speaking; Times Flyers; Firing Line; Showcase; Book Reviews; Gunsmithing; Catalogs And Booklets
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April
1966
Features This Month - Technical - A .22 Rimfire Machine Gun; Saga Of The Rustless Gun; You'll Flip For The Grip Hunting - Handgunning Course For Hunters; Turkey Hunter's Fancy Collecting - Collecting .45s; The Colt Police Pistol Of "1862" Shotguns - Federal's LRSC Bonus - Shoot A Pistol; 6-Guns Are Clunks; Fancy Revolver Shooting Editorial - Scapel Or Collector's Item? Monthly Features - Bullshots; Claybirds; Times Flyers; Answers From Experts; Showcase; Gun Books; The Gunsmith
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September
1966
Features This Month - Wingmaster-Brushmaster; Slant On Slugs; The .30-.30; Tiny Tommies; Diamondack; Big, Hot And Best; Pipsqueak Rifle; Windfall Brownie; In Those Days; Guns Of WWII Monthly Features - Bullshots; Handguns; Answers From Experts; Time's Showcase; Catalogs And Booklets; Gun Books; Gunsmith
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October
1966
Features This Month - Defense Of The M-16; Pair Of New Savages; First Lady's Pistol; Squirrels - My Meat; Pheasant Hunting; Guns Of World War II; Keep The Ducks Flying; Pick The Best Powder; Ithaca's New Double; Kids - They're Great Monthly Features - Editorial; Claybirds; Catalogs And Booklets; Answers From Experts; Showcase
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November
1966
Features This Month - Dunking Ducks; M-16 - Beauty Or Beast?; Guns In Colorado; Early Nazi Weapons; 4 1/2 Poind Smoothbore; Goofy Grizzly Caper; New ST Wildcat; Portside Problems; Case Of The Missing "E"; Let The Critics Fall; Mountain Men Replica Monthly Features - Editorial; Handguns; Bullshots; Answers From Experts; Catalogs And Booklets; Showcase; The Gunsmith
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January
1967
Features This Month - Cannons Are For Kooks!; .45-70 Springfield Trapdoor; My Magnificent Whitmore; New Loads For 6.5 Remington Magazine; My Last Snake Hunt; Single Shot Can Take It; Faster Fire For The Front; Smokeless Loads For BP Rifles; A Sling On A Smoothbore?; Damascus Can Mean Danger; Newest 5-Shooter; Four New Guns; He Makes Rifles Monthly Features - Bullshots; Editorial; Handguns; Times' Flyer, Answers From Experts; Times Showcase; The Gunsmith
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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 Monthly Features - Bullshots; Claybirds; Times' Flyers; Catalogs And Booklets; Answers From Experts; Showcase; Gunsmith
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March
1967
Features This Month - Ten Years With The .243; Slugs Aren't Deer Medicine; Ithaca's SKB 200E; A Howdah Pistol; Meet John R. Buhmiller; Bullet That Would Not Die; Remington News For '67; :To Gen. Sam Houston"; Bundles For Britain; Your Gun, Your Ears; Build A Turkey Caller Monthly Features - Bullshots; Editorial; Handguns; Times' Flyers; Answers From Experts; Times' Showcase; Gun Books; Gunsmith
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June
1968
Features This Month - Hot .30 Carbine Ruger Revolver; The Daly O/U "Venture" Smoothbore; There Are Only 4!; Building A Gun Box; Varmint Section; The Canny Crow; .22 Varmint Calibers; I Still Like The .222; Wyoming Varmint Safari; Varmint Calls; H & R Semi-Auto Rifle; New Guns & Gear For '68 Monthly Features - Bullshots; Claybirds; Times' Flyers; Times' Showcase; Answers From Experts; Catalogs & Booklets; Gun Books; The Gunsmith
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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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December
1971
20-Rounds-A-Second Pistol Power! (Sans silencer, this 9mm SMG is under nine inches long!); Handgun Medicine For Snakes (Knowing how to kill rattlers may save your hide!); Shooters Shell Out For Conservation (While some only talk about it, you've paid to preserve game); Is The .410 A Ballistic Bastard? (Then why is this gauge growing in popularity?); Ruger's New Old Army (...is the first modern percussion revolver built in quantity); How Rifle Barrels Are Made (There's more to it than boring a hole in a hunk of steel); .270 - The Handloading Champ (Its flexibility lets you load for varmints and bear); How Firearms Began (It was really a very simple question of survival); The Age Of Superblade Arrives (Why would a man pay $100 for a knife?); How To Install A Recoil Pad (You don't need to be a master craftsman for this job); Centennial Arms Revolver/Carbine (...is a good small game and varmint combination); Centennial Arms Winchester '73 (...is a dead-ringer for the original .44-40); Charter Arms Undercoverette (In .32 S & W Long, this sonofagun is derived from a .38 Spl); Sheridan Targetrap (This pellet-catcher is perfect for indoor plinking); Bullshots; Letters; Precision Reloading; For Your Information; Gun Books; ST Shopper; Answers From Experts; Gunsmith
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April
1974
Contents - Letters (ST readers speak out); For Your Information (Jerry R. Constantino); Hipshots (Skeeter Skelton); Bullshots (George C. Nonte); Precision Reloading (John Wootters); Conservation (Dr. George V. Burger); ST Shopper (New product review); Answers From Experts (Shooting Times staff); Gunsmith (P. O. Ackley); Stock Your Own Rifle (The wrapup on this series details professional finishing); Try A 28 Gauge (This light, little 28 is best for upland bird shooting); A First-Hand Look At Preserve Hunting (We tried upland game in Iowa, and it was superb); Ruger's New Mini-14 .223 Semiauto (Our 500-round field test proved this carbine's performance); The Technical Side Of The Mini-14 (It borrows some of the bigger M-14s best features); Modern Black-Powder Rifles (These well-made muskets make shooting an enjoyable challenge); The Ugly Astra M600 Auto Pistol (It's extremely reliable and accurate for a military 9mm); Ithaca's New SKB XL-900 20-Gauge Auto (It comes awfully close to being a do-everything shotgun); New Zealand - A Hunter's Paradise (Most game animals are considered varmints!); Walther GSP Convertible-Caliber Target Pistol (This autoloader can switch from .22 LR to .32 S&W Long); Remington's New Products For '74 (Among other things, look for improvements in the M700 rifle)
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May
1975
Contents - Letters; Bullshots; Hipshots; Precision Reloading; Conservation; For Your Information; ST Shopper; Answers From Experts; Gunsmith; How Good Is The .243 Winchester? (Good enough to take both varmints and medium-sized big game); Skeeter's Handgun Clinic (You'll find the answer to some of your toughest questions here); The New Short-Action Colt Sauer (This fine rifle is available in .22-250, .243 and .308); Wildcatting The .284 Winchester (You can build one on any centerfire from .22 through .35); The Lure Of The Luger (Choose the Mausers for investments, the Stoogers for shooting); Me And Joe Incorporated (These young empire builders should have stuck to gun tradin'); The Jane 1858 Enfield Musket (This most sought-after muzzleloader is back in production); Try Moderate Rifle Loads (These easy-on-the-shoulder rounds will improve your score); Natural Shooting Talent - Do You Have It? (Some are born with it, others just have to try harder); Why You Should Use Reloading Manuals (They'll open the door to the fascinating world of ammo)
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June
1975
Contents - Letters (ST readers speak out); Bullshots (Jon R. Sundra); Hipshots (Skeeter Skelton); For Your Information (Jerry R. Constantino); Conservation (Dr. George V. Burger); Precision Reloading (John Wootters); ST Shopper (New product review); Answers From Experts (Shooting Times staff); Gunbooks (Shooting Times staff); Gunsmith (P. O. Ackley); Favorite Sixgun Loads (Your wheelgun's temperament is determined by what you feed it); What's The Best Brush-Bucking Bullet? (This may surprise you, but there really isn't any); The Marlin 336 (Three million hunters swear by this lever-action rifle); H & R's Mini-Size Varmint Rifle (It's the M317, built by the Finnish-made Sako action); The Weatherby .224 Varmintmaster (This classy magnum shoots extremely well, regardless of ammo); A Hunting Handgun Cartridge For Big Game (It's the .357 Herrett and it's designed for the T/C Contender); .44 Special Lovers, Unite! (Nothing can beat this superaccurate, easy-to-load caliber); The Unique D.E.S. 69 .22 Semiauto Pistol (This French-made target gun delivers top-notch accuracy); Speer's New .22 Caliber FMJ Bullets (Developed for centerfire rifles, they're ideal for handguns); 1975 NSGA Show Is The Biggest Ever (The demand for firearms continues at an unprecedented rate)
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July
1975
Contents - Letters (ST readers speak out); Conservation (Dr. George V. Burger); Bullshots (Jon R. Sundra); Hipshots (Skeeter Skelton); Precision Reloading (John Wootters); For Your Information (Jerry R. Constantino); Shopper (New product review); Questions & Answers (Clair Rees); Gunsmith (P. O. Ackley); Bullet Nomenclature (Here's your chance to get it all straight); Rest-Testing Handguns (It's the only way to know how good you and your guns are doing); B-Square's New M75 Chronograph (Now you can finally throw away those charts); Wildcats: Are They Worth The Trouble? (These days you need a lot more than a "good idea"); The Return Of The Colt Third Model Dragoon (Not a replica, but the real thing and bound to be a best seller); The Oxford Illunimated Sight (Just follow the floating light for surprising results); The .220 Swift Is Better Than Ever! (So much so, that Ruger has added it to its regular M77 line); Try Tailed Round Balls (As accurate as any rifled slug - and far cheaper); Pancake Holsters (They're like nothing else we've ever seen); The Rossi Gallery Rifle (This little .22 repeater is sure to be a plinker's favorite)
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