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COVER STORY: SPRINGFIELD’S X-TREME DUTY –After Giving French Battle Rifle Is Not Well Known On This Side Of The Atlantic.
CUSTOM NAA GUARDIAN: — Quick: What’s Smooth, Small, Reliable And Fits In Your Pocket?
WINCHESTER’S .270 WSM — A Longtime Fan Of The .270 Winchester, Holt Says That The New .270 WSM Is A Winner.
CLEANING GUNS — A Few Thoughts ON A Necessary Chore.
MAS 49/56 — This Capable French Battle Rifle Is Not Well Known On This Side Of The Atlantic.
THE XD-40 IN THE FIELD — Ayoob Takes A Close Look At Springfield’s New Duty Pistol.
SAKO’S FINNLIGHT — Weatherproof, Accurate And Reliable — It’s A Good One!
LAZY MAN’S GUIDE TO GUN CLEANING — Don’t Clean Hard — Just Smart.
KEEP ‘EM CLEAN — A Look At Which Cleaning Materials The GUNS Staff Uses.
ACGG’S PROJECT NO. 17 — Feast Your Eyes On This Impressive Example Of The Gunmaker’s Art.
HANDLOADER — Longevity And Storage Of Components And Ammo.
QUARTERMASTER — Lee Deluxe Pistol Dies.
QUARTERMASTER — Marlin Upgrades From Wild West Guns.
QUARTERMASTER — Steiner Predator Binoculars.
SHOTGUNNER — Shorter Shells And Lighter Guns.
RIFLEMAN — Consistency Versus Predictability.
HANDGUNS — National Jr. Handgun Championships.
CAMPFIRE TALES — Of Strange Shots And Cell Phones.
PLUS MUCH MORE!
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