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Black Powder Cartridge Magazine
Winter 2014, Issue #88
In this Issue:
Creedmoor: 140 Years to Now
Springfield, Winchester, & Colt
A Hunt Made of Dreams
Buffalo Range – Part I Some Pioneer Settlers of Furnas County, Nebraska and their Buffalo Hunting Stories
The Minie Ball for Hunting, Anyone?
Industry News: Lyman’s New Universal Bore guide Set / Treebone Carving Has moved to Wellington, NV
Product Reviews: H.M. Pope, V I & II by Warren Greatbatch / Tintypes from Mark Richards / New Catalogue from Dixie Gun Works
Center Shot: The Hoffman Universal Trigger Attachment
Upcoming Matches / Match Results
Classified & Letters from Readers
I wish to tell you how much I appreciate the esthetics of the magazine you edit, as well as the product advertisements and packaging by SPG. They are designed with the heart of an artist. The paper used in your magazine is thick and smooth to touch. I see it takes both color and black and white images exceptionally well. Something about the paper or ink lends a decided antique cast to the illustrations that is so appropriate. The print is clear and easy to read, although my old 76-year-old eyes have trouble with italics. The entire magazine is lovely to hold and read.
With appreciation, W.R. Jordan - Texas