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COVER STORY: SPRINGFIELD ARMORY’S NEW M1 –Perhaps The Most Significant Rifle Of The 20th Century, The M1 Garand Is Again In Production.
LASER RANGEFINDERS: — Okay, We All Know These Are Neat Gadjets — But Fadala Asks, “What Are They Good For?!
VERSATILE YAQUI SLIDE — Long Experience Has Convinced The Author This Is A Truly Superior Holster.
HOLT’S VITAL LIST FOR HUNTERS — Don’t Permit Lack Of Preparation To Handicap Your Big-Game Hunting..
THE 1885 HIGH-WALL REBORN — One Of The Most Famous Single-Shot Rifles Is Available Again, And It’s A Beauty.
E-Z-GO’S SPLENDID LITTLE TRUCK — ATV’s Are A Boon To The Hunter, And The E-Z-Go May Be The Most Versatile Of The Breed.
CUSTOM MARLIN LEVERGUNS — Stock Marlins Are Fine Rifles, But There’s Always Some Talented Fella With An Idea To Make Them Better.
ON A POSITIVE NOTE — Legacies.
HANDLOADER — Redding Shell Holders.
RIFLEMAN — Weaver Grand Slam Scopes.
SHOTGUNNER — Some Other Shotgunning Games.
QUARTERMASTER — NECG’s Auxiliary Peep Sight.
QUARTERMASTER — Hart’s Accuracy Asset 1.
QUARTERMASTER — The Ultimate Gun Vise.
HANDGUNS — When Great Ones Pass.
CAMPFIRE TALES — Me And Joe.
PLUS MUCH MORE!
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