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COVER STORY: THUNDER RANCH CARBINE –A Built-To-Be-Better AR For Serious Work.
TALE OF PETE HAGGINS: — Not Every Black Cloud Has A Silver Lining.
R.S. WRIGHT ARTIST — He’s Talented, And He’s On Of Us.
THE SEARCHER — All Good Things Come To He Who Waits.
MARLIN’S 1894SS — A Fun, Low-Maintenance Woods Rifle.
ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER — Sharp Cutters From Columbia River Knife & Tool.
REMINGTON’S 673 — “Big Green” Goes Retro With The Guide Rifle.
CAMP STOVE REVIEW — An Essential Item For The Hunting Camp.
MUTE WITNESS — Who? When? It’s Fun To Wonder.
ON A POSITIVE NOTE — Of Texas And Rumors.
HANDGUNS — The .45 ACP Approaches Its Centennial.
RIFLEMAN — Leupold’s New Rifleman Series.
QUARTERMASTER — Superknife.
QUARTERMASTER — Nosler Match Projectiles.
QUARTERMASTER — Lyman 1200 DPS.
SHOTGUNNER — Romance Of The Plastic Shell.
HANDLOADER — Barnes Triple Shock X Bullet.
RANGING SHOTS — Be A Good Consumer.
CAMPFIRE TALES — No Lawyers.
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