GUNS Magazine December 2002 PDF


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COVER STORY: A NEW FAVORITE –The Best Of The Boy’s Rifles Is Back Again.

CCI’S VELOCITOR: — This New Loading May Be Best Yet For Small-Game.

HIGH-TECH, NO! — Low-Tech Means High-Excitement, Says Fadala.

HIGH-TECH, YES! — Holt Tells Us You Owe It To Yourself, As Well As The Game Animal.

BOUNTIFUL BENELLI — Benelli Offers The Best Of Modern Shotguns For All Uses And Tastes.

SV-98 — NEW RUSSIAN SNIPER — Grab Your — Fortier Is Taking Us To Russia Again!

SAVAGE ARMS 110 SERIES — These Accurate, Affordable Rifles Are America’s Best Bargain.

S&W HAND-EJECTOR .45 COLT — Not Quite A Resurrected Triple-Lock, But Darn Fine All The Same.

NAVY’S 1892 STAINLESS STEEL — Navy Arms’ New 1892 Winchester Gets High Grades From Charley.

YOU NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD — Dave Explains That, Indeed, These Are The Good Old Days.

QUARTERMASTER — Browning Odyssey Lights.

QUARTERMASTER — Ahrends Custom Stock.

QUARTERMASTER — Tripton Rifle Rod.

SHOTGUNNER — Let Your Ears Be Your Guide.

HANDGUNS — Is The Revolver Obsolete?

RIFLEMAN — Leupold VX-1: Quality And Value.

HANDLOADER — Vibra-Prime.

ON A POSITIVE NOTE — They Just Don’t Understand.

CAMPFIRE TALES — Occupational Hazard.


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