GUNS Magazine September 2002 PDF


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COVER STORY: S&W PERFORMANCE CENTER M-625 –A Slick .45 ACP Wheelgun Designed For The Practical Shooter.

GOING STEADY: — A Serious Shooter’s Portable Rest “Solid As The Rocky Mountains,” Says Hopkins.

POINTS TO PONDER — When Smith Speaks, Serious Shooters Listen.

CABELA’S ALASKAN GUIDE SCOPES — Holt Reviews An Excellent Riflescope At A Fair Price.

MEOPTA HS-75 SPOTTING SCOPES — You Know A Piece Of Gear Is Good When Everyone Wants To Borrow It.

TDS TRI-FACTOR RETICLE — Novel And Effective Sighting System For The Modern Rifleman.

FREEDOM ARMS M-97 — Superb Quality And Outstanding Accuracy, All In The Right Size Package For The Backcountry.

BUSHMASTER’S VARMINTER — Petty Looks Over A New Precision Variant Of The Popular AR-15.

QUARTERMASTER — AGI Video Technical Manuals.

QUARTERMASTER — El Paso Saddlery No. 5 Sharps Belt.

QUARTERMASTER — Zeiss Diascope 65 T FL.

HANDGUNS — Thoughts On Concealed Carry.

SHOTGUNNER — NRA’S “Women On Target”.

RIFLEMAN — Remington Model 7 SS Magnum.

HANDLOADING — Ka-Bang, Ka-Boom, Ka-Blast.

CAMPFIRE TALES — Hunting Season, Or Murphy Strikes Again!


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