GUNS Magazine November 2001 PDF


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COVER STORY: BARRETT;S .50 BMG RIFLES –American Ingenuity Sets The Standard For Very High Power Rifles.

BULLETS BY REQUEST: — In Response To Requests, Taffin Reveals His Best Cast Bullet Sources.

LESSON FROM THE ANCIENTS:/strong> — Centuries Old Tactics Still Apply To The Modern Armed Citizen Or Peace Officer.

AMERICA’S RIFLE CARTRIDGE: .30-’06 — This Sentimental Favorite Performs As Well As Ever.

THE M1014 COMBAT SHOTGUN — Benelli Produces A New Design To Uncle Sam’s Specification.

ELK CARTRIDGES — Selecting A Caliber Can Be A Lot Easier Than Finding A Bull.

IT’S A BULLET — Decades Of Refinement Have Produced The Finest Hunting Bullets Ever Known.

THE FORTY-FIVE AUTO ON THE TRAIL — Selecting A Compact Companion For The Lonely Places.

MEET THE GUNSMITH: GLENROCK BLUE — Firearms Refinishing Is All They Do — And They Do It Right.


QUARTERMASTER — Sinclair Cleaning Stand.

QUARTERMASTER — Leupold Mark 4 Rings.

QUARTERMASTER — Ahrends This Stocks.

RIFLEMAN — Good Things Come In Small Packages.

HANDGUNS — Sometimes, Cheap Is Good.

SHOTGUNNER — The Return Of The Sixteen.

HANDLOADER — Choosing The Ultimate Hunting Bullet.

CAMPFIRE TALES — The True Survivalists Stockpile.


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