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COVER STORY: CUTTING-EDGE COMPACTS –Latest In High-Speed Hardware From H&K.
CASULL CA-3800: — It Isn’t All Sixguns For The Man In The Big Hat.
ACGG’S PROJECT NO. 18 — A To-Die-For-Custom Springfield You Can Win.
TIKKA’S M595 CONTINENTAL — A Highly-Refined Turnbolt From Finland.
R93 TACTICAL FROM BLASER — Is This The Ultimate Evolution Of The Bolt-Action Precision Rifle?
FIVE PROVEN HOLSTERS — Five Holsters That Have Stood The Test Of Time.
THE TOP SECRET OF WWI — Would This Have Turned The Tide In The Trenches?
LRF1200 LASER RANGEFINDER — No Bigger Than A Venison Sandwich, Says Douglas.
COMPETITION GLASS — Quick Review Of A First Class Scope.
ON A POSITIVE NOTE — The XD Challenge.
HANDLOADER — Two Good Tips.
QUARTERMASTER — SureFire G2Z.
QUARTERMASTER — Lyman No. 55 Classic.
QUARTERMASTER — Sinclair’s 2003 Calendar.
SHOTGUNNER — Wild, Wonderful World Of Chokes.
RIFLEMAN — For The Better Half.
HANDGUNS — Lessons From Matches Can Reflect Lessons From The Street.
CAMPFIRE TALES — Don’t You Ever Forget Audie Murphy!
PLUS MUCH MORE!
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