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Articles from Shotgun News (April 20, 2010)

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A new company, an old concept: if you've been at it for more than 30 years, you may recall this mild and useful wildcat, popular in the 1970s. Now it's back: does it still offer anything? Fortier, David M. 2789
Ammo encyclopedia. Bussard, Michael Brief article 129
Colt's New Service Revolver. Mullin, Timothy J. Brief article 149
Crossword. Mellor, Myles 352
Disarm the bureaucrats; From the firearms coalition. Knox, Jeff 893
Mauser 2447 An interesting pedigree of quality. Product/service evaluation 579
P.38 Masterpiece or misfit? It's stood in the shadow of the Luger and M1911, but Kokalis says that with almost 1.2 million produced, the P.38 has to rank near the top of the World War II pistol list. Kokalis, Peter G. 7296
Semi-auto Suomi from scratch; with the receiver well under way, Matthews turns this time to the barrel, its shroud, and the bolt, getting to the halfway point of this big project. Matthews, Steven Viewpoint essay 2805
TAPCO 30rd Galil/Golani magazine. Brief article 96
TAPCO 35rd STEN/MPA/Sterling 9mm magazine. Brief article 86
The bolt-action rifles of World War II almost 10 million Kar 98ks were the backbone of the Axis, but the forces of tyranny counted on many other bolt guns, too. Scarlata, Paul 3858
The Bronco from Air Venturi. Gaylord, Tom Viewpoint essay 1685
Warrior's rifle? When a sniper off to the wilds of Afghanistan asked for an exceptionally accurate and reliable rifle, this Arizona gunsmith chose the Colt LE 6940 as a starting point. Arrington, Phil Product/service evaluation 2673

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