GUNS Magazine July 2002 PDF


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COVER STORY: UBERTI’S WINCHESTER ’73 –Replica Winchesters From Across The Pond Are A Cowboy Favorite.

LOADING THE DASH CARTRIDGES: — Doc Petty’s Prescription For Fun Is A Quartet Of Obsolete Cartridges.

“TO JOHN TAFFIN” — A Wonderful Reader Letter Too Good To Keep To Ourselves.

HODGDON’S TRIPLE SEVEN — “Mr. Black Powder” Tells Us Of A Superior BP Substitute.

TWO NEW SINGLE-SHOTS — Stunningly Beautiful Rifles From Lore Star And Ballard LLC.

MADE IN AMERICA — Meet Mikhail Kalashnikov And Have A Look At The Finest AKs Made In The U.S.A.

CIMARRON’S RICHARDS-MASON — “Pure Sixgunnin’ Pleasure,” Says Taffin.

RIMFIRE THAT WOULDN’T DIE — New Ammunition From CCI Revitalizes The .22 WRF.

NAVY ARMS’ SHARPS CREEDMORE — Listen Carefully And You’ll Hear The Bison Thundering Across The Prarie.

CLASSIC ATTIRE — A Few Words About “A Very Good Thing”.

HANDGUNS — Getting Started In Cowboy Action.

QUARTERMASTER — Benchmade Rescue Hook.

QUARTERMASTER — Zeiss Scopz Shooting Glasses.

QUARTERMASTER — Brownells Muli-Vise.

HANDLOADER — A Systematic Approach To Load Development.

RIFLEMAN — The Path To Improvement.

SHOTGUNNER — Ruger’s Elegant Game Gun.

CAMPFIRE TALES — Changes & Challenges: Courage And Character.


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