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Articles from Guns Magazine (March 1, 2017)

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ABC's of barrels: accurate bullet delivery is "all about the tube.". Zediker, Glen 1127
An easier speed read. John, Jeff 665
Annual migration. Schmidt, Catharine 314
Bench rest: the extreme sport. LeGate, Shari 1481
Big-bore breakout: for those who love carry revolvers, Ruger's GP100 .44 special provides a packable power upgrade. Ayoob, Massad 1741
Breaking the barrier: just over 100 years ago, the .250-3000 savage electrified the shooting scene. Barsness, John 1540
Chasing Custer: ballistic relics of the little bighorn make for a lifetime of research. Venturino, Mike "Duke" 856
Fire fast. Johnson, Daniel 1032
Gold standard: Colt revives the Gold Cup National Match .45 ACP. Taffin, John 2019
Guns of the rising sun: a survey of Imperial Japan's World War II small arms. Venturino, Mike "Duke" 1402
Holding a hot hand: Springfield ups the AR ante in Las Vegas. Miller, Payton 1221
IMR family of powders. 106
Indisputably indispensable: Henry's small game rifle is a lever-lover's .22. Taffin, John 1006
Launching into readiness. Ellerman, Aaron 315
Modified bush beast: ESEE delights the bushcraft and survival crowd with the new 4HM. Covert, Pat 341
Navy Arms 1892: Coyote Killer. Jimenez, Jazz 261
Power down! Shooting pistol ammo in your rifle is an "old but good" idea. Anderson, Dave 1196
Rough-country rifle: Kimber's new Hunter shows its stuff on a red stag hunt in New Zealand. Hampton, Mark 1333
Ruger's MK IV Revolution: seldom has the old cliche "new and improved" been more appropriate. Bodinson, Holt 1160
S&W .455. John, Jeff; Schmitt, Pat 578
Skeeter Skelton: a visit with Bart, part 2. Taffin, John 1314
Springfield armory saint: canonizing a classic. Dabbs, Will 2231
The Bavarian "blitz" rifle: Johann-Ludwig Werder creates the world's fastest single-shot at the dawn of the repeating rifle era. Bodinson, Holt 1219
The man behind the broom: and other forgotten faces. Connor, John 1303
Why tight is right: some say "don't hold your handgun too hard." Mas begs to differ. Ayoob, Massad 870

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