GUNS Magazine March 2002 PDF


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COVER STORY: KIMBER’S DELIGHTFUL VARMINTER –Beautiful, Accurate And Sleek — No Wonder Holt Is Excited.

REMINGTON SEMINAR 2002: — More Good Things To Come From “Big Green.”

TODAY’S BEST DUTY LOADS — Defensive Handgun Ammunition From A Street Perspective.

FACTORY COWBOY SHOOTING LOADS — Cowboy Action Shooting Has Helped Resurrect Several Old Cartridges.

MEET THE GUNSMITH: GARY REEDER — A Look At The Work Of One Of America’s Most Creative Gunsmiths.

REMINGTON’S M-700 TITANIUM — A Great-Shooting Lightweight For The High-Country Hunter.

AN-94 NIKONOV — Enjoy A Virtual Testfire Of Russia’s Most Advanced Service Rifle.

SMACKING STEEL WITH THE .414 — Dan Wesson Is A Force To Be Reckoned With On The Silhouette Range.

MATCH RIFLE AMMUNITION — Charley Takes A Close Look At The State Of Factory Match Loads.

CHOOSING A SPOTTING SCOPE — The Top Authority On Sporting Optics Shares His Experience.

QUARTERMASTER/strong> — KG-2 Bore Restore.

QUARTERMASTER/strong> — Rapine Bullet Moulds.

QUARTERMASTER/strong> — American Pioneer Video.

SHOTGUNNER — Ported Choke Tubes.

HANDLOADER — Tarnish, Bumps And Blemishes.

RIFLEMAN — Flinching Part 2.

HANDGUNS — Surviving Disarming Attempts.

CAMPFIRE TALES — Looking Back Into The Future.


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