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COVER STORY: S&W PERFORMANCE CENTER 945-.40 –A Good Looking And Great Shooting Pistol From S&W
NEW BULLETS: — Speer Offers New Dry-Lubed Bullets To The Handloader.
GUNS SHOULD LAST A LIFETIME — Hints On Preservation And Long-Term Storage.
LOADED, READY, SAFE — Walking The Razor’s Edge Between Preparedness And Safety.
FIGHT AGAINST THE DARKNESS — Potent New Flashlights Are Charging Our Self Defense Options.
FOUR FAVORITE SEVENS — Our Shooting Editor Tells Why These Are Four Of The Best Choices For Hunters.
THE GREATEST RESPONSIBILITY — Teaching Your Children About Firearms Safety Is Your Most Important Challenge.
T/C/S NEW CLASSIC .22 AUTOLOADER — Taffin Examines The Classic To See If It’s Worthy Of The Name.
A.P.&W CUSTOM BERETTA M92 — Making A Good Gun Ever Better.
YUGOSLAVIAN MAUSER K98 — Surplus Rifles Offer First Class Value.
INCREMENTAL ACCURACY IMPROVEMENT — Step-By-Step, A Problem Rifle Is Transformed.
LEICA’S TRINOVID 8X32 — The New Dakota Rifle.
RIFLEMAN — Rifle Speedshooting Techniques.
QUARTERMASTER — Brownells’ Master Super Set.
QUARTERMASTER — SARK Knives By Emerson.
QUARTERMASTER — Hoppe’s Graphite Rods.
SHOTGUNNER — Check Out Those Triggers.
HANDGUNS — Dry-Free Safety.
HANDLOADER — To Trim Or Not To Trim.
CAMPFIRE TALES — What If?
PLUS MUCH MORE!
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