GUNS Magazine October 2001 PDF


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COVER STORY: SIDEWINDER –Smmoth, Sleek And Ready To Strike Describes This Custom Carry Gun.

MEET THE GUNSMITH: — Engraver Michael Gouse Possesses A Rare Talent.

CLASSIC CAST BULLETS — Today’s Cast Bullets Are The Product Of A Century Of Development.

WINCHESTER’S MODEL 9410 — The Quintessential American Levergun Goes Smoothbore.

A NEW LIFE FOR AN OLD VETERAN — Thanks To Kahr Arms, The Thompson Still Roars.

THE WINCHESTER MODEL 70 — Winchester’s Famed Model 70 Continues To Live Up To Its Reputation.

TAFFIN’S TOP TEN — Don’t Pack For Your Next Hunting Trip Before You Read This.

BUFFALO RIFLES — Three Great Rifles That Ruled The Plains.

DOVER GUNS — Guns And Loads For “America’s Favorite Game Bird”.

THE .270 REDDING — A Custom Hunting-Rifle In A Potent Wildcat Chambering.

THE VICTOR ARMS V-22 — Expand The Versatility Of Your AR-15 With A Rimfire Top-End.

HANDLOADER — The Myth Of Flat Primers.

HANDGUNS — DAO And The Badge.

SHOTGUNNER — Shotgun Tools.

RIFLEMAN — Velocity — Hitting The Wall.

QUARTERMASTER — Wilson Combat 1911 Magazines.


QUARTERMASTER — Sharp Knives From William Henry.


CAMPFIRE TALES — Gun No Good? Don’t Bet Your Hat.


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