GUNS Magazine January 2004 PDF


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COVER STORY: RUGER’S P-SERIES AUTO –Are These America’s Best-Buy Autopistols?

THE FROG IS OUR FRIEND: — Look Out Rust, We’ve Got You Whipped Now!

RUGGED RUGERS — A Look Back AT The Influence Of Ruger’s Rifles.

EYE-POPPING OPTICS — New And Capable Optics For The Hunter.

BIG-BORE PRACTICE LOADS — Slow Down And Enjoy Life — At Least Occasionally.

A RIFLE FOR THE ALAMO — Behind The Scenes Look At Building A Legend’s Rifle.

CAYWOOD’S CROCKETT — Recreating Davy Crockett’s First Rifle.

THE SAVAGE CUB — Here’s The Right Tool To Start Your Youngsters.

MTM: DARN GOOD GEAR — 35 Years Of Making Life Easier For Shooters.

SHORT-BARRELED BOOMER? — Clint Shoots Down The Myth Of Short Barrels.

RANGING SHOTS — Of Myths And Legends.


RIFLEMAN — Safari Ching Sling.

QUARTERMASTER — Outers Pistol Perch.

QUARTERMASTER — Nosler Sporting Handgun Bullets.

QUARTERMASTER — Stoney Point Steady Stix II.

HANDGUNS — How Light A Trigger Pull Do You Really Need?

HANDLOADER — The .500 S&W Magnum.

SURPLUS LOCKER — Wonderful World Of Surplus Arms.


OUT OF THE BOX — The Rodeo Heritage.

OUT OF THE BOX — Safari Quick Safe.

CAMPFIRE TALES — Ready! Aim! Fire!


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