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American Rifleman magazine 2006 August
1 American Rifleman magazine 2006 August
National Rifle Association of America August 2006 magazine used 88 pages 
Contents:
Features:
  • Gun Control: Then . . . And Now. Thanks to your votes and grassroots efforts, pro-Second Amendment majorities in Congress have wiped out most of Bill Clinton's anti-gun legacy. Now, however, anti-gun forces are working to take over control of the Senate and House in November.
  • More Bang For Your Buck. In this Brazillian rendering of the perennial favorite American handgun design, Taurus has created one of the most accurate, feature-laden versions available.
  • Post-World War II M1 Garand Rifles. Put back into production at the outbreak of the Korean War, M1 rifles made by Springfield, International Harvester and Harrington & Richardson in the 1950s were the last of the Garands. Today, they are gaining attention from collectors and shooters alike
  • Custom Rifles: Are They Worth It? Many riflemen dream of having a custom rifle of their very own; but factory guns are getting better and better, so is it really worth dealing with a made-to-order rifle?
  • Freedom's Second Army Takes Milwaukee. At the 135th NRA Annual Meetings in Milwaukee, members conducted business, enjoyed entertainment, celebrated our cause, strode through acres of firearm exhibits and generally had a great time.

    Technical:

  • Loading Bench. Loading with Lee Precision
  • Questions & Answers
  • Rifleman Know-How. Scope Mounting Made Easy
  • Dope Bag: North American Arms .32 NAA Guardian Pistol
    L.C. Smith 20-Ga. Side-By-Side Shotgun
  • I Have This Old Gun. L.C. Smith 00 Grade Side-By-Side

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases, marked-out address, and corner wear. 
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    American Rifleman magazine 2007 January
    2 American Rifleman magazine 2007 January
    National Rifle Association of America January 2007 magazine used 84 pages 
    Features:
  • Election Day 2006. On a day that saw an electorate expressing dissatisfaction overs such things as conduct of the war and political corruption, Americans cast their votes for pro-gun candidates from both parties. Candidates who championed gun control in contested races were nearly non-existant.
  • Aiming Big with John Sigler. NRA First Vice President John Sigler visited the world championships of the .50 caliber rifle competition and got hands-on experience with a favorite target of the anti-gun mainstream media - .50 BMG rifles.
  • Smith & Wesson Goes Hunting. Since 1852, S&W has been many things, including the innovator of the cartridge handgun and maker of "the most powerful handgun in the world." Now S&W takes a bold step in an unexpected direction with a complete line of hunting shotguns. Who would have thought?
  • Seeing Red. Crimson Trace introduced one of the first truly practical handgun-mounted laser sights - the now-famous Lasergrips. Its high-quality, innovative products have given shooters a firm leg up when it comes to training and personal protection.
  • The Little-Known Story of Daisy Mae: The Auto-Carbine. The Johnson Model of 1941 Rifles and Light Machine Guns saw service with elite American troops during World War II. Not so well known is the light and handy Johnson-Auto Carbine. It could have been one of the most interesting infantry arms of World War II, but now its a footnote in firearms history.
  • Nontoxic Shot Redefined. It's been nearly 30 years since waterfowlers switched from lead to nontoxic shot. In many cases, the downrange performance of today's nontoxic shot is actually better than lead. Here's the scoop - and the numbers - on today's nontoxics.

    Technical:

  • Questions & Answers
  • Gunsmithing Know-How. Applying a Bake-On Cerama-Coat Finish
  • Dope Bag. Steyr SSG 04 .300 Win. Mag. Rifle
    Wilson Combat Carry Comp .45 ACP Pistol
  • I Have This Old Gun. Ithaca Model 5E Single-Barrel Trap Shotgun

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has marked out address and light wear. 
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    American Rifleman magazine 2009 May
    3 American Rifleman magazine 2009 May
    National Rifle Association of America May 2009 Volume 157 No 5 magazine used 80 pages 
    Features:
    Mexico's Drug Wars: Will Gun Owners Be the Scapegoats?
    Riflemen of the Revolution
    The 2009 Golden Bullseye Awards
    Old School: A Brotherhood of Gunmaking
    Backstory: Smith & Wesson's 460XVR

    Condition: Cover has address information blacked out. Some pages have creases. 
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    Field & Stream magazine 1962 August
    4 Field & Stream magazine 1962 August
    Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc. August 1962 Volume 67 Number 4 magazine used 108 pages 
    Contents:
    Feature Articles:
    Dust or Ducks?
    The Perfect Flying Machine
    Super Digger and Tough Guy
    The Shark Menace: Can Science End It?
    Wild Sheep of the World
    Fish Are Wacky

    Where to Go:
    You Got Him, Son!
    Labrador Brook Trout
    Hunting Never-Never Land

    Photo Stories:
    Two New World Records
    Big Bend Pronghorns

    How to Do It:
    Test It First
    California's Light-Tackle Stripers
    The Sportsman's Notebook

    Condition: Pages are age toned, have corner wear and some have soiled spots. Cover has creases, edge tears, soiled spots, and wear to the edges and corners. Spine fold is torn and damaged. 
    Price: 8.25 USD

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    Gun World magazine 2006 March
    5 Gun World magazine 2006 March
    YV Media LLC Action Pursuit Group March 2006 Volume 47 Number 3 magazine used 80 pages 
    Contents:
  • Cover Story:
  • Custom Encore Rifles from Thompson/Center

    Handguns:

  • Renewing the Charter. These revolvers are experiencing renewed interest after 40 years in existence.

    Rifles:

  • Marlin's .32 H&R Magnum Model 1894 Cowboy. A fun gun that will also find favor with the competition crowd
  • Remington's Revolutionary Genesis In-Line. This modern muzzleloader is simplicity itself
  • Winchester's New XP3 Big-Game Bullet. Testing this "do-it-all" design in Africa

    Tactical

  • Heckler & Koch Pistols - Helping Keep America Secure. Homeland Security's contract with HK is the largest in the history of American law enforcement

    Shotguns:

  • Browning's Cynergy: Plenty of 20! Here's a remarkable, lightweight shotgun that wingshooters will find hard to beat

    General:

  • Through the Looking Glass. There's more to hunting optics than just buying a good scope or binoculars. You also need to know what, and what not, to do with them
  • A Visit to Leupold & Stevens. An inside look at one of our top makers of sporting and tactical optics.

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
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    Gun World Magazine's Book of Rifles 2006
    6 Gun World Magazine's Book of Rifles 2006
    Action Pursuit Group LLC 2006 magazine used 48 pages 
    Special publication in magazine format. Contents:
  • AR-50 - Ultimate Big-Bore From Armalite
  • Hw to Use a Shooting Sling. Not just for toting your rifle, it's a great aid to practical accuracy.
  • Selecting the All-Around Big-Game Rifle. Thoughts on rifles, calibers, loads, scopes and more
  • Barrett's 6.8mm Carbine. An M4 variant with almost double the punch to meet the needs of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan
  • The .30-06 - As Good As Ever!
  • Black Lightning Against Mongooses. Mitchell's new .17 HMR rifle proves a mighty aid to Jack's pest control program

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has wear to the edges and corners. 
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    Guns & Ammo magazine 2006 February
    7 Guns & Ammo magazine 2006 February
    Primedia February 2006 Volume 50 No. 2 magazine used 80 pages 
    Features:
  • Classic Test. The Colt 1908 Pocket Auto .25 ACP set standards for concealability and reliability that still stand today.
  • The XP3. Winchester's newest super-premium bullet knocks plains game for a loop on an African test run.
  • Handguns That Changed History. Our resident hardware historian makes his case for the 10 most influential military pistols of all time.
  • The Home-Protection Handgun. Residential security: Selecting your last-ditch defensive tool.
  • Handgun Leather. Modern holster designs incorporate a myriad of materials. Here's a look at what's out there.

    Proof of House:

  • Ed Brown Executive Target. This classy adjustable-sighted 1911 can hit better than you can hold
  • Dixied REvolving Rifle. We take a nifty repro of the 1855 Root for a spin around the cylinder.

    Gun Gear:

  • Sub-caliber switch: Convert your Ruger 10/22 to a sweet-shooting .17 Mach 2 or .17 PMC

    Departments:

  • G&A Reloads. Pricey pills: Premium bullet loads for the .30-06
  • Gun Notes. Hints on handling hard-kicking rifles from the bench
  • Down on the Border. Alaska means big bears and breathtaking scenery.

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
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    Man At Arms for the Gun and Sword Collector magazine 2005 October
    8 Man At Arms for the Gun and Sword Collector magazine 2005 October
    October 2005 Volume 27 Number 5 magazine used 80 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
    Man at Arms visits The Frazier Historical Arms Museum
    The Volcanic in Service
    The Model 1895 Nagant Revolver
    Rough Rider Guns Revisited

    Other Stuff:
    From the Editor
    Ricochet - letters
    About the Magazine
    News from the Field
    Tools & Techniques: Shipping Guns and Swords
    The NRA Page
    Field Report
    Photo Archive
    Harry H. Sefried II
    Roll of Honor

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has light wear. 
    Price: 6.60 USD

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    Nebraskaland Magazine Sportsman's Scrapbook A 100-Year History of the Outdoors 1979 July
    9 Nebraskaland Magazine Sportsman's Scrapbook A 100-Year History of the Outdoors 1979 July
    Nebraska Game and Parks Commission July 1979 Volume 57 Number 7 magazine used 98 pages 
    Contents:
    Amidst Great Abundance
    The Vanishing Frontier 1879-1900
    Changing Times/Restricting the Excesses 1901-1919
    Game Management and the Modern Outdoorsman 1919-1929
    Drought, Depression and the Big War 1930-1949
    The Progressive Years 1950-1968
    Computer Age Conservation 1969-1979
    The Future

    illustrated with photos.

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    Outdoor Life magazine 1964 December
    10 Outdoor Life magazine 1964 December
    Popular Science Publishing Co. Inc. December 1964 Volume 134 No. 6 magazine used 126 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • Wild Wolf Hunt - Winter hunt in the Yukon turns into fight for survival
  • We Track Pheasants - To bag these tricky birds, we just wait for the snow
  • The Double Hat Rack - Expert tracking led to Ohio buck with unique rack
  • Nothing Like It - An odd little fish makes big havoc in Idaho and Utah (Bonneville cisco)
  • Destination...Ducks - Canoe blind permits middle-of-river hunting on calm days
  • Sailfish On a Fly - Such a feat may be impractical, but it sure was exciting
  • The Cape Buffalo (Fifth in a Series) - When M'Bogo pounds a victim, he makes the job last
  • Mountain Of Mule Deer - Three Texans find this corner of Colorado packed with trophies
  • New Steelhead Thrills - We drifted for steelies on a remote stretch of the Eel River
    A Cougar For Everybody - "Dead cat," Fred shouted. Then the cougar shook his head
  • The Bears in My Bed. Here's proof bears have no use for beds after hibernation
  • My Hare Turns White - On "fast" snow, the varying hare tests men and dogs
  • Rampart Dam: A Wildlife Catastrophe for Nothing? - Controversial dam plan threatens Alaska fish and game

    Condition: Pages are age toned and have corner wear. Cover has creases, soil, tears, marked-out address sticker, and wear to the edges and corners. Spine fold it torn at the top and bottom. 
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    Petersen's Rifle Shooter magazine 2006 March/April
    11 Petersen's Rifle Shooter magazine 2006 March/April
    Primedia March/April 2006 Volume 9 Issue 2 magazine used 72 pages 
    Features:
  • Browning A-Bolt Mountain Ti
  • Rifle Fitting
  • Hunting vs Shooting: Is There a Difference? Does high-tech gadgetry take "hunting" out of the sport?
  • The Modern Varmint Rifle. It's mostly about speed and accuracy . . . or is it?
  • Kimber Pro Varmint. We check out Kimber's walkabout .223
  • Prairie Dogging, AR-Style. Shooting fun in the Wyoming sun with Les Baer AR-15s
  • Big Glass, Little Grasshoppers. An overview of riflescopes for the dedicated varminter.

    Departments:
    Mailroom
    Shots Afield: The Most Difficult Shot? Crocodile!
    New Gear
    Rifleshooter Classics - The 1922 Springfield
    Handloading - Cartridge Efficiency: Case Shape Matters
    Tactical Technology. Training Doesn't have to be expensive
    Questions and Answers
    Last Page

    Condition: Pages have creases and corner wear. Cover has creases, edge tears, and wear to the edges and corners. 
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    Predator Xtreme magazine 2006 October
    12 Predator Xtreme magazine 2006 October
    Grand View Media Group October 2006 magazine used 103 pages 
    Contents:
    Columns:
    Letter to the Reader on Prices, Products & Polls
    Reader Letters
    From the Bench. Load right/clean less
    Straight Shooter. Give it a Rest
    Cooney's Corner. Prairie Rat Lunacy
    Airgun Advantage
    The Old Ones. Groundhog hunting a sport from yesteryear
    The Cartridge Board. 6.5 X 284
    Call Box Pro Freature

    Features:
    Midday Coyotes
    Fence Line Predators
    The Wonder of Woodchucks
    Savage's Port Side Varminter
    The Family .22
    The Eastern Shade of Grey
    Face-To-Face Bears
    Playing the Angles

    Condition: Pages have creases, soil and wear to the corners. Cover has creases, marked-out address, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 6.60 USD

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    Shooting Times magazine 2006 October
    13 Shooting Times magazine 2006 October
    Primedia October 2006 Volume 47, Number 10 magazine used 90 pages 
    Features:
  • Shooting Stag Arm's 6.8 Lefty
  • Are You Left-Eye Dominant? Here's a quick test to determine in you should be shooting left-handed from a shooter who had to make the shift
  • Cartidge Report: 6.8mm SPC
  • Kahr's CW9 is Concealable, Comfortable & Affordable
  • Benelli's ComforTech 20-Guage Autoloaders Are Fast Like Lightning!
  • TRUGLO Has Riflescopes
  • Browning's A-Bolt Gets An "A"
  • Browning's Newest A-Bolt

    Departments:

  • Shooter's Bench. Lane gets instruction on how to be a better wingshooter
  • Shooter's Update.
  • Ask the Experts
  • Reader's Resource

    Columns:

  • Editor's Gallery
  • Letters
  • Teh Shootist. Paul shoots the Gewehr 88, a rifle that was in service around the world for six decades
  • Oehler on Ballistics. Ken explains the difficulties in chronographing shotshells
  • Practical Reloading. Lane tracks changes in pressure as powder changes increase
  • The Gunsmith. Reid says you need a stock-drying cabinet and then tells you how to build one
  • Gunsmoke. Jim's been celebrating the .44 Magnum's 50th birthday all year long.

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases, marked-out address, and wear to the edges and corners. 
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    Shooting Times magazine 2007 September
    14 Shooting Times magazine 2007 September
    InterMedia Outdoors Inc. September 2007 Volume 48 No. 9 magazine used 88 pages 
    Articles:
    Long Live the .30-06 Springfield
    Favorite Loads (.30-06): Hot Off the Press
    Practical Carry Techniques
    Shooting the Brand-New E-Tip Bullet
    The All Army Matches
    Shooter's Bench
    Ask the Experts
    Shooter's Update

    Columns:
    Letters
    Practical Reloading - case prep
    The Shootist - classic Mauser 98K
    Eye on Optics
    Oehler on Ballistics
    The Gunsmith
    Gunsmoke - Billy the Kid

    Condition: Front cover has address information blacked out. 
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    Sports Afield magazine 1961 July
    15 Sports Afield magazine 1961 July
    July 1961 Vol 146, No 1 magazine used 110 pages 
    Contents:
    Special Bow-and-Arrow Section:
    The Complete Archer
    Black Bear with a Bow
    Bow-and-Arrow Buck
    Sports Afield's 1961 Archery Guide

    Fishing Features:
    Monsters of Midget Streams: Big yellow catfish come from small creeks in Texas
    New Killer Lure: A new fly is producing sensational results
    Catch 'Em Deep . . and Light: Anglers can now fish the bottom with a fly rod
    Swordfish: Action photos of harpooning these huge game fish

    Hunting Features:
    Rare Trophy - The Giant Forest Hog. Pursuing Africa's wild pig is difficult and deadly
    Wings Our ot the North. An expert describes his incredible duck-shooting experiences

    Additional Features:
    Tricky Guns: only fools believe that guns are foolproof
    Adventuring with Erle Stanley Gardner. Beginning a new three-part series on Baja California
    The Campfire

    Condition: Magazine is in good condition. Spine is torn at the top and bottom. Pages have corner and edge wear, and some are age toned. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, address sticker, and wear to the edges and corners. 
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 April
    16 Sports Afield magazine 1962 April
    The Hearst Corporation April 1962 magazine used 198 pages 
    Contents:
    Special Section on Panfishing:
    Panfishing
    Bluegill Festival
    Popping-Bug Walleyes
    Jumpfishing For Crappies

    Hunting Features:
    Put Your Trophies to Work - how to make useful objects from your antler collection
    Adventures with Pancho the Magnificent - cat hunting with a pointing parrot
    Sports Afield Yukon Wilderness Expedition - Part One
    Of Lions and Eagles: a majestic bird is a strange teacher

    Fishing Features:
    Quabbin Comes of Age
    The Rivers of America - The White
    How to Baitfish for Trout - an old fishing method updated
    The Blues will be back - a long-range fishing prediction by an expert
    What Are Your Fishing Rights: Some interesting facts on posted waters

    Special Features: How to Recondition a Worn Camp Axe
    Are You the Average Sportsman?
    Monster in Your Backyard
    Snakebite Treatment

    Condition: Pages are lightly age toned and have corner wear. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, address sticker, and wear to the edges and corners. Spine cover is torn at the top and bottom with a small piece missing on the top. 
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 August
    17 Sports Afield magazine 1962 August
    The Hearst Corporation August 1962 Vol. 148 No. 2 magazine used 116 pages 
    Contents:
    Special Varmint Section:
    Sport's Afield's Varmint Guide
    All Kinds of Varmints
    Double Coon Hunt
    Chucking at 1000 Yards
    Hunting Nutria with a Bow and Arrow
    Wet-Back Jaguar

    Fishing Features
    The Rivers of America - The Ohio
    The Best Kind of Bad Luck
    Walking the Floor for Bass
    Late-Summer Catfish

    Hunting Features:
    Hunting the Idaho Primitive Area
    On Their Blind Side
    Sport's Afield's Yukon Wilderness Expedition - part 5 hunting mountain grizzlies

    Special Features:
    The Doggondest Cat
    Among All This Achievement

    Department Features:
    Letters
    Trap and Skeet
    Report From Washington
    Foil Cooking
    Mixed Bag
    Snap-Shoot Your Boat
    Night Fishing For Bass
    Playground of the Jetty Jockeys
    Turkey Gun
    What is Coprophagy?
    Sportsman's Quiz

    Condition:
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    Price: 7.15 USD

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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 January
    18 Sports Afield magazine 1962 January
    The Hearst Corporation January 1962 Vol. 147, No. 1 magazine used 120 pages 
    75th anniversary issue. Contents:
    75 Years of Sports Afield

    Hunting Features:
    The Impossible Hunt. Can a bow and arrow be a match for a polar bear?
    Grand Slam the Hard Way. Collecting all four North American sheep
    Ducks from Horseback. An unconventional waterfowl hunt below the border
    30 Feet From Fury. Risking life and limb for a really big elephant

    Fishing Features:
    Great New Bass Killer. A new version of a not-so-new lure is knocking 'em dead
    Big Game in Fresh Water. Catching America's most overlooked game fish

    Special Features:
    Shotgun Surprise. How to teach a novice to shoot in two hours
    Hell in Catskin. A thrilling lion hunt in Mexico
    Know Your Game Birds. Part 5 - Rails and Gallinules
    The Return of the Boomerang. An ancient weapon makes a comeback

    Condition: Pages have corner wear and one is torn on the bottom edge. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, address sticker, and wear to the edges and corners. Spine is torn and has a large tear on the bottom. 
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 July
    19 Sports Afield magazine 1962 July
    The Hearst Corporation July 1962 Volume 148 Number 1 magazine used 112 pages 
    Contents:
    Special Archery Section:
    Sports Afield's 1962 Archery Guide. A state by state reference for bow hunters
    Basic Bow and Arrow. Learn to shoot the longbow - correctly
    Wild Boar Bow Hunt - a thrilling hunt California style
    Archery for Big Game - pros and cons of African bowhunting
    Bowhunting for Jacks. Jackrabbits are a tough challenge

    Fishing Features:
    The Rivers of American - the St. Johns
    The Miracle that Swims
    Juggin' Fever - an almost lost art of taking river catfish
    Read the Rough Water

    Hunting Features:
    The Trophy Bear of Discovery Bay - a 69 year-old-man against an enraged Kodiak
    The Truth About the Deadly Quintet. Africa's big 5 game animals and how they rate
    Sports Afield's Yukon Wilderness Expedition - part 4 hunting trophy moose

    Special Features:
    Why Johnny Can't Fish
    Pops Takes on the Crows

    Department Features:
    Letters
    Report from Washington
    Trap and Skeet
    Navigating Shallow Clogged Waters
    The Elk Gun
    Mixed Bag
    Raising Your Own Quail
    Blue-Water Fishing
    Where to Fish in July
    Rendezvous Camping
    National Championship Winner
    Sportsman's Quiz

    Condition: Pages have edge and corner wear. Cover has tears and deep scratches. Spine is torn on the bottom. Pages have edge and corner wear. 
    Price: 7.70 USD

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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 June
    20 Sports Afield magazine 1962 June
    The Hearst Corporation June 1962 Volume 147 Number 6 magazine used 156 pages 
    Contents:
    Fishing Features:
    The Rivers of America - The Columbia. 4th in this series of rivers and their hotspots
    A New Dawn For Good Fishing. Latest developments
    Striper Fishing by Outboard
    A Sucker for Muskies
    Poor Man's Steelhead

    Hunting Features:
    Who Says Black Bear Won't Kill? Action packed thriller
    Sport's Afield's Yukon Wilderness Expedition - Part 3 hunting the Dall sheep
    Where the Wild Goose Goes
    Hunting Manitoba's Many Moose

    How-To Features:
    "Pork Chops" For Bass - one man's secret bass whammy
    How to Make a Knife Carrier - use small game pellets for this handy sheath
    Secrets of Outdoor Cooking

    Special Features:
    Pops and the Restigouche Salmon
    Nobody Understands the Hawk

    Department Features:
    Letters
    Report From Washington
    Cold Cache
    Trap and Skeet
    Common-Sense Small Boat Piloting
    Mixed Bag
    What's New in Arms
    The Pikes
    Fins Beneath the Sea
    The Green Stick
    Kennel Runs
    Pointer versus Setter
    Sportsman's Quiz

    Condition: Pages are age toned and the last few have moisture wrinkling. Cover has marked out address sticker, creases, and edge and corner wear. Back cover has dampstain and moisture wrinkling. 
    Price: 8.25 USD

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    American Rifleman magazine 2009 May
    American Rifleman magazine 2009 May
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    Shooting Times magazine 2007 September
    Shooting Times magazine 2007 September
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    The Double Gun Journal 1994 Spring
    The Double Gun Journal 1994 Spring
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 September
    Sports Afield magazine 1962 September
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 August
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 July
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    Sports Afield magazine 1962 June
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    Field & Stream magazine 1962 August
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