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COVER STORY: WEATHERBY VANGUARD –Outstanding Value And “Guaranteed” Accuracy.
TT .45 FROM ADCO: — First Look At A New Import Semiauto Pistol.
REMINGTON’S NEW RIMFIRE — “It’s A Sweetheart,” Is Holt’s Verdict.
RCBS PRO-2000 — It’s Simple, Reliable, And Really Cranks ‘Em Out.
DELIGHTFUL DIVERSION — Kimber’s New Rimfires Are Sweet Shooters.
SERIOUS AMMUNITION — J.T. Tests Heavy Factory Loads For Leverguns.
EQUAL TO THE LEGEND — Testing Austin & Halleck’s Classic Plains Rifle.
SAFETY FAST SHOOTING — Cylinder & Slides’ Kit Is A Modification That Matters.
SHOTGUNNER — Intriguing Shotgunning Facts.
RIFLEMAN — Cooper Arms Varminter.
HANDGUNS — Lasergrips Plus S&W 642 Equals Value.
QUARTERMASTER — Stoney Point Universal Bore Guide.
QUARTERMASTER — Marble’s Tang Sight.
RANGING SHOTS — Target Indicators.
SURPLUS LOCKER — Walther’s P.38.
OUT OF THE BOX — Navy Arms Founder’s Model Schofield.
OUT OF THE BOX — Zeiss Sports Optics Z-Point Sight.
RANGING SHOTS — Utilities.
CAMPFIRE TALES — It Can’t Be Can It?
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