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COVER STORY: A COMMANDING CONFIGURATION –This Scandium/Aluminum Framed S&W 1911 Is A Light, Tough, Durable And Reliable Commander-Sized Pistol.
GREAT SCOTT! THOSE ORIGINAL WESTERNS: — Who Better To Wing Out The Revolvers Gracing The Cover Of Issue No. 1 Of GUNS Magazine Than One Of Our First Reader?
WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 — It Might Not Be The Strongest Lever Action Rifle Ever Made, But 700,000 Customers Can’t Ber Wrong.
HUNTING HAZARDS — Here’s How To Avoid The Worst Of Troubles.
50 YEARS OF POLICE GUNS — It’s Been A Helluva Ride The Last Half Century, With An Almost Complete And Diametric Reversal Of The Traditional Paradigm.
RANGING SHOTS — Take It To The Mat.
MONTANA MUSINGS — The Best Shooting Game!
RIFLEMAN — Picking Nits.
AMMO — Revolver Vs. Auto.
SHOTGUNNER — The Combat Shotgun.
HANDGUNS — 1955 A Vintage Year For Handguns.
UP ON ARS — The ‘Tater Head.
OUT OF THE BOX — Les Baer 50th Anniversary Tribute To GUNS Publisher.
SURPLUS LOCKER — Feeding The Milsurps.
ODD ANGRY SHOT — About This Gunwritin’ Thing.
CAMPFIRE TALES — Me ‘N” TR.
PLUS MUCH MORE!
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