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Number 36 |
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Number 36: Collector's Corner - Buyer Beware.
Ruminations on Cowboy Shooting - Belly Guns. The Gunsmith Bench
- Hand Polishing. The Hunting Trail - Mr. Mortimer and the Eland.
BPCR Target Load Development. The Reloading Bench - Harvesting
More Chickens. What a Difference a Day Makes. The Right of the
People. Product Reviews - Two Excellent Products From Montana
Vintage Arms (Scope Mounts & Beach Sight). Industry News -
Ballard Rifle Introduces the Model 1885 Low Wall. Scatterguns
- The Mystery Remington. The Buffalo Range - "Long Hair"
Dave Dudley. Cranks Corner - Thoughts on Blow Tubes.
Number 35 |
Number 35: Collector's Corner - To line...or
not to Line? Ruminations on Cowboy Shooting...The Cimarron "Quigley".
The Reloading Bench - Lubing and Sizing Bullets. A Glimpse of
Raton 2001...Photos of the National Match. World Creedmoor International.
The Hunting Trail - Old Smitty. Product reviews: Custom Moulds
by Pioneer Products - Custom Cut-Rifled Barrels from Dan Pedersoon
- Silhouette Record Book from MLV Enterprises - Stuckey's Sturdy
Shooting Benches. The Buffalo Range - Reloading Techniques, A
Comparison. Raton 2001 Silhouette National Championships. Cranks
Corner - Observations from Raton. Tribute - God Bless America.
"...the right of the people..." - Gunshow Bill Is Not
The Way They Say. ISSA News - 2001 ISSA Schuetzenfest. Black Powder
Silhouette Championships - Raton, NM 2001. Long Range Muzzle Loading
Number 34 |
Number 34: Collector's Corner - Hunting
with the original Single Shot. Ruminations On Cowboy Shooting
- A Better Buffalo Match. The Reloading Bench - Developing Accurate
BPC Loads; Seating Depth. The Hunting Trail -An Ol' Time Buffalo
Hunt. Shooting the .45-75 Model 1876. The Right of the People...
doctors taking a stand on gun control. Scatterguns - 1882 Double
Barrel Breech Loading Shotgun. Bulletin Board. Product Reviews
- Schuetzen Measure from Harrell's Precision. New Depriving Tool
from CalöGraf. Goex Announces Addition of DEPRIMING. Model 55
"Classic" Powder Measure from Lyman. The Buffalo Range
- Shooting Buffalo; what was the Typical Range? Crank's Corner
- The .22 Long rifle; our most useful cartridge? Gunsmith's Bench
- Bulleted Muzzleloaders. ISSA News - WY 2001 Schuetzenfest Union
/ Cody Wyoming.
Number 33: Collector's Corner - Notes on
Purchasing a BPC Collectible Firearm. Ruminations on Cowboy Shooting
- The 1888 Marlin Lever action Rifle. A New life for an Old Russian.
Amazing Shot. Product Reviews - New Tang Sight from MVA, New Baldwin
Front Sight, Insert Caddy by Greg Childress, Cheyenne Pioneer
Products - More Cartridge Boxes, Excellent Book on the Freunds.
A Lesson in Velocity. Crank's Corner - Telescopic Sights for the
BPC Rifle. Thoughts on Hunter Matches - old & new. The Hunting
Trail - The Gould Hollow Point Bullet. The Right of the People
- Trentham Range. The Buffalo Range - Oliver Perry Hanna's Single
Shot Rifles. Gunsmith's Bench - Neck Tension & Powder Compression.
Number 32: Collector's Corner - Child of
a Cannon. Scatterguns - Rarest of Remington Whitmore Shotguns,
Ruminations on Cowboy Shooting - I'd Rather be Shootin' than Loadin',
Ridgway, PA - Eastern Regionals - 2000, Cranks Corner - Impressions
of the .38-55, Oak Ridge Long Range Muzzleloading Shoot, The Hunting
Trail - Hunting & Ethics in the 21st Century, Shooters Profile
- Trenton Tait, ãthe right of the peopleä, Gunsmiths
Bench - Sharps Breech Block Repair, Product Reviews - Precision
Shooting Calender, Match Grade Dies from Redding / Saeco, New
Book from Man at Arms, Parts Unknown, Inc. - Improved Long Range
Sight, New Campbell Book on the Model 1885 Winchester, New/ Old
Rifling Design from Krieger, ãTwo Gun Standä Released
by Randolph Wright, ISSA News - Traditional Class Schuetzenfest
2000, Buffalo Range - Bonapart Napoleon Earnest.
Number 31: Collector's Corner - The
Records of Civil War Sharps Carbines, Scatterguns - More on Remington
Shotguns, From A Junior's Point of View - Patrick Matthews at
the East vs. West Shoot, Ruminations on Cowboy Shooting - The
"Cowboy Way", Black Powder on the Dark Continent, Gun
Profiles - Lone Star "Gove" Underlever Rolling Block,
Crank's Corner - Resting A Rifle, The Hunting Trail - The Express
Rifle, Product Reviews: The New Catalog from Buffalo Arms, Wano
Black Powder, Colt's Single Action Revolver by Doc O'Meara, StayoPut
Shooting Mats, Circle Fly Wads, More on Sheriff Woody Cleaning
Rods, ISSA News, "...the right of the people..." - Americans
Who Risked Everything, Resizing without Fireforming, The Buffalo
Range - "Moccasin Jim" Stell, Raton 2000.
Number 30: Collector's Corner - The
Model 1878 Sharps Rifle, Letters from Readers, Annie Oakley -
Shooting Instructor, Scatterguns - Model 1875 Remington "Lifter"
Shotgun "The Right Of The People", Ruminations On Cowboy
Shooting - Cap & Ball Conversions, Crank's Corner - The .30-30
Wesson, The Buffalo Range - Buffalo Rifles, Computer Connection,
Gunsmiths Bench - Gunstock Rehabilitation, Black Powder Reloading
- An Innovative Approach, The Hunting Trail - Hunting Sights,
Product Reviews: Meister " Slug Your Barrel" Tool -
Accurizing The Factory Rifle - Fine Cleaning Rods From Sheriff
Woody - Montana Cast Bullets - Powder Compression Die From Montana
Precision Swaging. Shooting Around the Globe - Trails End 2000
In New Zealand.
Number 29: Collector's Corner ö
Pacific Ballard/.40-90 Bottle Neck Sharps, ã·the
right of the people·ä, Winchester Model 1876, Model
1873 Remington Whitmore Hammer Lifter, Marlin Cowboy II in .45
Colt, The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same, The
Buffalo Range, The .44-70 Maynard/Ballard, The Hunting Trail ö
Gun Covers and Scabbards, Product Reviews ö Shooting the
British Double Rifle, Custom Rifles in Black and White, Action
Shooting Cowboy Style, Joe Rychetnik Reflects on Guns, Hunting
and Days Gone By, Industry News ö New Custom Case Hardening
Services Offered by Ballard Rifle and Cartridge, Traditional Class
Rules Adopted by ISSA, Ballard Rifle and Cartridge Company to
Manufacture the Model 1885 High Walls.