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Highlights of the August 2017 issue of GUNS Magazine include:
COVER STORY: TRIPLE THREAT: LWRC’S REPR MKII Delivers Match-Grade Precision, Gas-Piston Reliability And 7.62 NATO Power.
MAGNUM DELUXE: Mossberg Patiot Revere Combines .300 WIN Mag Power With Old-School Aesthetics.
A LESS-FILLING HANDFUL: Springfield’s EMP4 Solves The 9mm/1911 Conundrum.
THE MISSILE TYPE: Bullets Come In Many Types, Featuring Vastly Different Constructions To Fit Almost Any Application
MOVING THE GOAL POSTS: The Definition Of “Long Range” Is Growing Ever Outward, But Today The Rifles And Optics Are More Capable Than Ever.
PLUS: reader favorite columns for Dave Anderson, John Connor, Massad Ayoob, John Taffin, Holt Bodinson and Mike “Duke” Venturino.
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