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THE SIG 550: The World's Best 5.56*45mm Rifle. Thompson, Leroy Jul 1, 2020 2747
THE .256 WINCHESTER MAGNUM: OUT OF PRINT, BUT ONE HOT NUMBER. Taffin, John Jun 11, 2019 796
ROCK-BOTTOM ROLLING BLOCK: THE GOOD OLD DAYS: MILSURP CLASSICS AT FIRE-SALE PRICES. Bodinson, Holt Apr 19, 2019 1057
BIG GAME: RIFLE ROUNDUP 2018: THE MOST VARIED CROP OF NEW HUNTING RIFLES IN YEARS. Fitzpatrick, Brad List Sep 1, 2018 9227
The farm gun: a model 1 sales pest and predator eradicator. Fortier, David M. May 10, 2016 3087
The custom question: sure, utility counts--but the choice of custom or production rifles largely comes down to personal preference. Boddington, Craig May 1, 2016 2221
Greatest little gun: Ithaca's Peabody-inspired Model 49 Saddlegun was a unique single-shot .22. Bodinson, Holt Reprint Jan 1, 2016 1010
Rigged for pigs: contrary to old gunwriting sea stories, you don't need artillery to shoot hogs. Barsness, John Aug 1, 2015 2325
Guns of the scarlet riders. John, Jeff May 1, 2015 2574
NO FREE LUNCH - Rifle vs shotgun. Mar 17, 2015 886
Build a target grade rimfire AR-15: he's always enjoyed his centerfire target gun, but wanted a rimfire version for less-expensive shooting. Here's how he put one together at the usual Matthews bargain price. Matthews, Steven Sep 20, 2014 3100
Ana 72 a target air rifle made from a pistol. Gaylord, Tom Sep 20, 2014 1658
ARs now is the time to buy: if you regret missing out on some deals in the past, spend your money while prices are low. Fortier, David M. Jun 20, 2014 3667
The Remington no. 1 rolling block: this simple, rugged action was made in the millions. Venturino, Mike "Duke" Apr 1, 2014 919
Classing up camp. Brief article Jul 1, 2011 242
On the block. James, Garry Brief article Jul 28, 2010 154
Carbine goes for $4,025. Brief article May 10, 2009 145
Auxiliary chambers. Coffield, Reid Apr 10, 2009 683
Kathmandu to Columbia: reviving a Nepalese Martini: part 1: importer IMA says these rare Martini variants are "untouched," and Coffield says that's the truth. Cleaning off more than a century of grime is a big job. Coffield, Reid Jan 10, 2009 4046

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