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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1969
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Ruger Model 77 is an artistic blend of traditional and modern, representing perhaps the best of both. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1969
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Christian Sharps' basic rifle design played a major role, sometimes heroic, sometimes tragic, in American history. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1969
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Hopkins 81 Allen Heritage muzzle loading rifle is capable of excellent accuracy. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1969
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Theodore Roosevelt Commemorative rifle from Winchester honors the nation‘s ”Outdoorsman President.” Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1969
Custom rifles are intriguing to most serious gun buffs.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1969
Interest in .17 caliber rifles has peaked and waned in the past, but the mini-bore now seems to be here to stay.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1970
The bench rest scene on the cover of this issue, though planned a year ago, is particularly appcppriate since RIFLE is now the official publication of the National Bench Rest Shooters Association.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1970
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Trapdoor Springfield, first standard US. Army breechloading rifle and last to use black powder. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1970
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Navy Arms Yellow Boy .38 Special Carbine is a close copy of the rifle that started the Wicchester saga, the Model 1866. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1970
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Belted cases certainly signify long range hunting. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1970
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The transition from the Model 1903 Springfield to the MI Rifle was surrounded by endless controversy. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1970
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.A boy, a squirrel and a gun is the theme for this fall cover. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1971
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.No, that isn’t a Gatling gun staring at you from this issue‘s cover. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1971
In top flight, long-range competition, 'ho-hum' equipment seldom gets within sight of the winner's circle.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1971
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Bob Hagel reports on the newest Browning in this issue. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1971
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Few rifles have had greater impact on the American shooter-sportsman than the .30-40 Krag. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1971
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.We wish we could claim that Jim Carmichel photographed this scene just as he found it. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1971
Reports on the National Bench Rest Shooters Association championships appear in this issue of Rifle.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1972
Black and white reprints only.The Thompson/Center Hawken, featured on the cover of this issue, is the first modern muzzle loading rifle to be offered by a major U. S. manufacturer. Purchase the full-color CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1972
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.What's more pleasant than a late-afternoon shooting session? Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1972
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The handsome plaque on the cover of this issue is one of the six prepared for initial members of The Rifle Magazine Bench Rest Hall of Fame. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1972
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The master Graveur (the highest title that can be earned in engraving) who artfully engraved the square bridge Kurz Mauser on the cover of this issue is Franz Marktl. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1972
The splash of colorful fiberglass stocks has caused a stir at bench rest matches, both because of their color and the way they shoot.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1972
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The rock chuck hunter on the cover of this issue is armed with a Remington Model 700 .22-250 Varminter equipped with a 20X Redfield 3200 scope on a Bridge Mount Co. extension base. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1973
A perfect outdoor prone smallbore target is "a thing of beauty and a joy forever," particularly if you've shot it with "irons."
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1973
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Colt Sauer rifle has several unique features - the most obvious being its "split-trail" movable rear locking lug setup. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1973
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Winchester Low Wall and Hauck falling block action on the cover were engraved by Lynton McKenzie. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1973
The diminuitive rifle on the cover, which is only 31 1/2 inches overall, with an 18-inch barrel, is properly scaled to its cartridge - the .17 A&M.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1973
Building a super-accurate rifle for competition or varmint hunting can be exciting and expensive.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1973
The exceptionally fine stock on the cover of this issue was made by Hal Hartley.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1974
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Winchester 1873 .44-40 in the rustic setting was stocked to duplicate the original wood and checkering by Lenard Brownell. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1974
This issue is only available on CD-ROM."Only accurate rifles are interesting" - Col. Townsend Whelen Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1974
The handsome shortened Mauser on the cover started life as a milltary Model 98 and an assortment of scrap parts.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1974
The .25-21 Winchester Low Wall on this issue’s cover was barreled, stocked and engraved by J.P. Sauer and Sons of Germany, in the mid-1920’s.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1974
The .375 H&H Magnum over-under double rift on the cover is based on a Blitz action composed of automatic ejectors and a Kirsten-style lock.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1974
The re-styled, cut-checkered Model 700 Remington 7mm Remington Magnum with Leupold Vari-X II 3-9X variable scope in Leupold STD mounts.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1975
The rifle on this month’s cover is a .50 caliber flintlock with 44-inch Paris barrel and Siler lock made by John Bivins.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1975
The 1902 Parabellum Carbine on the cover, chambered for the 7.65 Parabellum (.30 Luger) cartridge is one of about 3,200 made, according to Harry Jones‘ book Luger Variations.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1975
The Sharps-Borchardt, such as the fine engraved specimen on our cover, is one of the simplest and strongest designs ever conceived.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1975
The Schuetzen rifle on this month’s cover was made by John Meunier of Milwaukee in the mid-1800’s for Philip Best of the Best Brewing Company.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1975
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Terry Elder is the varmint shooter on this month’s cover. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1975
The rifle resting on the coyote pelts is a Plainfield barreled action chambered for the 5.7 Johnson cartridge.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1976
The 1814 Harper’s Ferry Sharpshooter Rifle on this month’s cover, originally .54 caliber, was later rebored and rifled for .58 caliber at Springfield.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1976
Quite a few Rifle readers probably began their shooting careers with a Stevens Favorite similar to the one on this month’s cover.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1976
The left-hand M-700 Remington with Leupold scope and mounts on this months’s cover was engraved and stocked by Winston Churchill of Ludlow, Vermont.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1976
It isn’t too soon to begin preparing for the upcoming big game seasons, working up loads, accurizing rifles, etc.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1976
This month’s cover illustrates two fine examples of the modern custom riflemaker’s art.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1976
The patriotic bench rifle on this month’s cover was built by Harvey Miller.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1977
The Lancaster style, 1780-90 period, replica flintlock on this issue's cover was made by Lawrence Mrock.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1977
The Mannlicher-Schonauer .270 Winchester on this month's cover was bought in the middle 50's in Germany where it was engraved and claw-type mounts installed by Jaeger.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1977
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Browning 8-78 rifle on this month’s cover is one of the 1,000 limited edition Belgium engraved bicentennial models. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1977
The “Mauser” rifle on this month’s cover was built by Fred Wells without commercial or surplus parts.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1977
The rifle on this month’s cover is a .25 Ackley Short Winchester High-Wall.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1977
The Remington M-742 semi-automatic rifle.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1978
A few years ago, Prescott gunsmith Fred Wells had this single-shot rifle in for some work.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1978
Hoffman Arms Co 30-06.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1978
Stockmaker Bill Dowtin of Addison, Texas made the stock on this rifle of what he appropriately terms “exhibition grade” myrtle wood.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1978
John Bivins submitted this month’s cover to acqgmpany his article “Profile of Custom Barrelmakers.”
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1978
In the mid-Sixties, Griffin & Howe turned out this Model 70 Winchester chambered for the .243 Winchester.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1978
The name Mannlicher-Schoenauer has always had a connotation of special quality, finish, and features -and a unique European character.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1979
This is the rifle that maintained order in the British Empire in the last century, a .577-.450 Martini-Henry made at Enfield in 1877.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1979
The owner of this battle-scarred Winchester Model 94 saddle-ring carbine had to repair the stock aftei his horse fell and broke it.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1979
This cosmopolitan, repatriated Winchester Model 1886 began as any other .45-90 in this model.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1979
Some rifle stocks are fine sculptures, others just stocks.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1979
Gunmakers in the mountains of eastern Tennessee evolved their own spartan version of the Pennsylvania or “Kentucky” rifle, with only the bare essentials and no adornment.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1979
In fifty years, Pachmayr Gun Works has become the complete custom-gun shop.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1980
In West Germany, the design and styling of sporting firearms combine features both classic and modern.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1980
The technology of the rifle has progressed far beyond Christian Sharps' contributions, but the special appeal of the Sharps rifles has never diminished.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1980
With the help of custom metalsmith Dave Tallei master stockmaker Dale Goens built this 7x57mm rifle as an answer to some of his own dreams.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1980
A Hart barrel, Remington action, Burns trigger conversion, Brackney metalwork, and McMillan fiberglass stock make a truly “varmint-class” rifle.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1980
United States is the country where the finest custom rifles are made.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1980
One old idea that refuses to die is that of a single breech with interchangeable barrels.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1981
It’s said that “the blacksmith’s mare and the shoemaker’s children are the worst-shod."
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1981
The building of fine custom rifles is an ancient art, antedatinq the bolt-action sporter by centuries.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1981
The rifle trigger, whether it is for a target rifle or a hunting rifle, is one of the most important and fascinating elements of firearms design.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1981
When Kentuckian Tom Turpin returned from army duty in Germany, he had been somewhat "germanized."
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1981
It’s easier to list the items in this picture that weren't done by Len Brownell...
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1981
The Model 70 Winchester with extensive custom metalwork is a .375 H&H Magnum, and the Siamese Mauser with moderately reworked action is a .450 Alaskan.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1982
These factory-stocked rifles have custom styling.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1982
When Remington announced its .280, Fred Huntington of RCBS improved it with more shoulder, producing a fine cartridge.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1982
The Big Five Masterpiece Collection of fine hunting rifles is off to a good start with this, the first of five commissioned by Safari Club International.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1982
Made in Japan and sold in Europe by an old American company, the Winchester Grand European over-and under rifle is one of the prestige line of guns now offered to American shooters by Olin’s Winchester Group.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1982
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The hunter who owns this .338 with a Dan Martin stock, Marquart barrel, Tommy Kaye engraving, 3x Leupold, and Brownell mount- would like few things better than bagging a leopard with it. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1982
This Winchester Model 70 Featherweight, a .270, is one of the last produced by the old Winchester custom shop before the New Haven plant was sold to US Repeating Arms.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1983
A .457 made for a member of the London Stock Exchange rifle club about 1860.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1983
Essentials of life for the dedicated elk hunter are a well made rifle of adequate power, completed by a dependable scope.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1983
Leupold & Stevens commissioned Bob Emmons to build this custom Ruger Model 77, in .308 Winchester.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1983
American Gunmaker Joe Balickie stocked this 7mm Express Remington.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1983
The latest commemorative rifle from US Repeating Arms Company is this Chief Crazy Horse in .38-55.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1983
The 1873 Winchester is a rifle with a history written in the American West.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1984
Takedown rifles have a special appeal.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1984
Grandfather and grandson of a famous family...
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1984
This custom .270 by Maurice Ottmar features a dressy G33-40 action.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1984
Master engraver Franz Marktl has reproduced this bighorn sheep painting by Gary Swanson on a custom Ruger No. 1.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1984
Each year sees more and more Americans turning to last century’s black-powder centerfires for their shooting enjoyment.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1984
All the ingredients for a successful squirrel hunt...
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1985
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Winchester's Model 70 XTRFeatherweight Ultra Grade. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1985
Approximately 10 percent of the U.S. population is left-handed.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1985
When is a Ruger not a Ruger?
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1985
The Browning-designed Model 1895 Winchester was the first American rifle designed to accommodate truly high-powered cartridges.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1985
Not all British doubles were made to order.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1985
The Custom Gun Makers' second commemorative rifle, a .280 Mauser.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1986
A firearm or knife doesn't have to be covered with gold and silver inlays to personalize it.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1986
This the second in the Ruger North Americans series of 21 Limited Edition Ruger No. 1 rifles.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1986
A large pasture full of prairie dogs, a clear, windless day and a tackdriving rifle with lots of reach - what more could a dedicated varmint hunter want?
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1986
Remington's synthetic-stocked Model 700 Custom KS Mountain Rifles are available in six different calibers in both left and right-handed actions.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1986
Although woods hunters may not always agree on the type of action or kind of sights they prefer, most opt for light, short-barreled, responsive rifles.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1986
Modern airguns are marvels of precision.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1987
Judging from its scarred stock and worn rifling, this old elephant rifle must have seen its share of adventure.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1987
The Winchester 66 slanting across the old saddle is a modern replica of the old brass-framed .44-40.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1987
The late Frances Harry is credited with the engraving on this left-handed Mathieu action.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1987
The .36-caliber flintlock is from the Hatfield custom shop.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1987
Those are metal chips, not snowflakes, flying around the computercontrolled Bostomatic machine as it performs its programmed tasks on six different pistol frames.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1987
Although A.C. Oould is known to have fired prototype .22 Long Rifle cartridges as early as July 1885, 1887 is generally accepted as the little rimfires natal year.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1988
Although knife handles have been made out of Pakkawood for years, making stocks from it is a recent trend.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1988
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The .22 and 6mm PPC cartridges which dominate the benchrest game are now commercially available. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1988
For several decades, Ed Shilen has supplied barrels, actions, and rifles to shooters interested in accuracy.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1988
Two beautiful rifles from Phil Sharpe.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1988
Eliminating the human variable is the goal of the Ransom Rest and the windage base.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1988
It could almost be a modern sculpture, but the Jarrett rail gun is a working gun.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1989
It seems appropriate for the new Kimber African rifle in .416 Rigby to be seen with big elephant tusks.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1989
Dennis Olson built this featherweight sporter around a Ruger Model 77 action, a Les Bauska octagonal barrel and an English walnut stock with a blind magazine.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1989
The Ruger Single Six
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1989
The Farquharson falling block rifle is one of a pair made by John Saunders and the craftsmen of London Guns.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1989
This factory cutaway reveals why Winchester's Model 70 action boasts its well-deserved reputation for strength and reliability.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1989
A Remington Model 7400 semiautomatic, a Savage Model 99C lever action, a Winchester Model 70 bolt action and a Browning Model 1885 single shot.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1990
A fine rifle deserves quality accessories.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1990
The photograph of the apple was one of a series taken in a darkroom with the bullet’s shock wave serving as the synch.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1990
These state-of-the-art Model 455 Beretta side-by-side Express rifles are available on special order with casehardened receiver, or fully engraved.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1990
The Madole, Corpe, McKenzie rifle is a re-creation of a long-range 1877 Sharps chambered for the .45-120 (3-1/4 inch) Sharps (straight).
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1990
Ruger’s New MKlI Magnum .416 Rigby is just the recipe for dangerous game depicted in Eric Farlee’s Serious Warning published by Wolfe Publishing.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1990
The Number Seven Guild Rifle .458 Winchester Magnum is one of the most highly detailed and complete custom bolt action rifles ever created.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1991
This month's cover introduces the Ransom Rifle Master Omni Series Plus Rifle Rest and the Speer 400-grain .416-caliber solids and softnose African Grand Slam bullets.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1991
An 1860-1870 English muzzleloading .40caliber bullet rifle equipped for six shots in the field, including six brass loading tubes that are charged with bullet and powder.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1991
Classic side-by-sides from Bernardelli include an Express rifle and an engraved 20-gauge Magnum.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1991
The Beretta Premium Grade 455 EELL side-by-side Express rifle...
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1991
Weatherby's Safari Grade .378 Weatherby features a hand-selected French walnut stock with fleur-de-lis fine line checkering and an ebony forend tip.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1991
This 24kt gold plated Winchester 73 .44-40 WCF was manufactured by Winchester in 1889 with a buffalo grade barrel.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1992
This David Miller .375 H&H Winchester Model 70 Super Grade is outfitted with a 24-inch barrel and Leupold Vari-X-III 1.5-5x scope in custom one-piece mount and rings.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1992
Left, the Uberti brass frame Henry rifle replica is highlighted by the charcoal blue 24-inch octagonal barrel, walnut butt stock and sling attachments.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1992
The SSK .577 Nitro Express features a Ruger No. 1 action with a 22-inch barrel and Arrestor muzzlebrake.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1992
The Freedom Arms .454 Casu11 premier grade single action features a 7.5-inch barrel with fixed sights, custom walnut grips and engraving by Lynton McKenzie.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1992
Subjected to the ravages of time and use, and often neglect, vintage firearms like the Model 1886 Winchesters...
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1992
The American Custom Gunmakers Guild rifle will be raffled off at the A.C.G.G. Custom Gun Show on January 24, 1993.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1993
This Model 70 is a product of the Winchester Custom Shop.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1993
This photo of an 1866 Winchester demonstrates the artistry of firearms photography.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1993
The Shiloh-Sharps Model 1874 Quigley Rifle.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1993
For details on this Mannlicher-style Mauser, see “Custom Corner,” page 10.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1993
Like its namesake, the new Savage Kodiak .338 is rugged, powerful and deadly.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1993
Rifles that have contributed to the legacy of the lever action include (left to right) the Winchester Model 94, Model 92, Model 73, Model 86, and Model 71.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1994
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The David Miller Co. and D’Arcy Echols' best quality bolt-action rifles are featured in “Functional Art." Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1994
The Dakota Model 70 was engraved by Giuseppi Forte.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1994
The one-of-a-kind Winchester Model 94 Presentation Grade rifle was auctioned off at the 1994 SHOT Show for $32,625.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1994
The Remington Model 700 African Plains Rifle features a laminated stock and custom Pete Grisel bottom metal.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1994
The Savage stainless steel Model 1 16FSAK .300 Winchester Magnum is outfitted with a 4x Simmons scope, synthetic stock and 22-inch fluted barrel with an on-off muzzle brake.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1994
John M. Browning’s legacy is represented by these special edition Browning rifles commemorating a few of the most famous designs that were produced by Winchester.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1995
The 1995 American Custom Gunmakers Guild rifle is a Winchester Model 21 .405 Winchester double rifle.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1995
The new Remington 1816 Flintock replica.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1995
A Ruger No. 1 A 7.57mm Mauser is shown with Norma factory loads.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1995
The Savage Model 116 FSAK stainless steel rifle with synthetic stock is topped off with a Simmons Whitetail 3.5-10x scope.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1995
The Ruger Model 77MK II 6.5x55mm Swedish Mauser is topped off with a Pentax 3-9x Lightseeker variable scope.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1995
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.A Remington M700 Rocky Mountain Elk rifle in all its finery. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1996
The Lone Star Custom Rolling Block is described in detail by Steve Garbe in “Spotting Scope.”
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1996
For more details on this Beretfa Express custom double rifle, see "Custom Corner" page 12.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1996
The Winchester Ultimate Classic Model 70 is fitted with a 3-9x Burris Posi-Lock scope in Burris Posi-Align rings and mounts. The Simmons V-TAC and Bushnell Holosight represent two of the newest innovations in sporting optics.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1996
The Marlin MR-7 is outfitted with a Docter-Optic VZF 2.5-10x48 scope in Conefrol30mm Gunnur rings and Conetrol mounts.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1996
Browning's new Low Wall is chambered for the .22 Hornet, .223 Remington and .243 Winchester.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1996
The Shiloh Products Sharps Model 1874 Long Range Express Sporting Rifle was engraved by Mark Hoechst.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1997
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Thompson/Center's Fire Hawk Deluxe SST muzzleloader and a Kahles Helia 1.5-6x42 rifle scope. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1997
Browning's A-Bolt II Eclipse features a thumbhole laminated stock and a Simmon's 3.5-10x40 Whitetail Classic scope.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1997
D'Arcy Echols & Co. did the complete metal and stock work on this Oberndorf large ring Mauser that is chambered for the .30-06
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1997
The Brown Precision Model 700 6mm-284 features a Swarovski 6-24x50 Habicht scope.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1997
African Waterbuck photo by Gary Kramer.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1997
The Sako Model 75 Stainless Hunter is topped with a Zeiss variable scope in Sako mounts and rings.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1998
The pre-Winchester Model 70 by Kent Bowerly features a Shilen match-grade barrel chambered for the .280 Ackley Improved.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1998
The German riflemakers' answer to the Big Bore British double rifle was the 11.2x72 and 12.7x70 Schuler.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1998
The Winchester Model 70 Supergrade .270 WCF is outfitted with a Burris 4x scope in Redfield rings and mounts.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1998
The Ruger No. 1 .218 Bee is outfitted with a Redfield 10x scope.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1998
This Fanzoj Mauser sporting rifle represents masterful firearms artistry and skill in the highest tradition fo Austrian gunmaking.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1998
The Beretta Mato .300 Winchester Magnum features a synthetic stock, pillar-bedded action, and free-floating barrell.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 1999
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The D'Arcy Echols "Legend" is outfitted with a McMillan synthetic stock and Leupold scope. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 1999
The Remington Model 700LSS (Laminated Stock, Stain
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 1999
The Ballard No. 7 Long Range .45-90 rifle features
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 1999
Ron Spomer's 6mm Remington Model 70 Winchester coy
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 1999
Sako Model 75 Varmint in .22-250 Remington. Jeff C
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dot Rifle Magazine: October 1999
Cover photograph: ©1999 John R. Ford Table of
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 1999
The Ruger No. 150th Aniversary Commemorative Rifle
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2000
Weatherby's new Mark V Super Varmint Master in .22
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2000
Ross is holding a Westley Richard's, Deeley & Edge
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2000
The C. Sharps Model 1874 Sporting Rifle (Hartford
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2000
The Weatherby .280 Remington was produced in the W
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2000
The SIG SHR 970 .280 Remington is outfitted with a
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2000
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Elk season is drawing near! Check out "Elk Rifle..." Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2001
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The American Custom Gunmakers Guild rifle will be raffled off at the yearly Guild Exhibition in Reno Nevada. White-tailed deer photo by John R. Ford. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2001
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The stainless steel Marlin Model 336M is shown with a Leupold LPS 1.5-6x 42mm scope in Leupold rings and mounts. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2001
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.Larry Brace created this custom Winchester Model 70 .270 WCF. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2001
Beretta Mato features a muzzle brake, walnut stock with cut checkering and Swarovski variable scope. Cape buffalo photo by Gary Kramer.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2001
The Zeglin takedown Winchester (USRAC) Model 95 has interchangeable barrels for the .375 Hawk/Scovill and the .411 Hawk. See "Spotting Scope" for details Photo by Gerald Hudson. Whitetail deer photo by John R. Ford.
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dot Rifle Magazine: October 2001
Cover photo John R. Ford-Whitetail Deer, Mike Barlow-Elk, Gary Kramer-Black Bear and Cape Buffalo.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2001
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Holehan Long Range Hunter Winchester Model 70 features a custom laminated stock, return-to-zero square bridge scope mounts and a Kahles 3-12x Special Ediditon Scope. Whitetail deer photo by John R. Ford Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2002
This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Remington Model 700 EtronX with electronic ignition is tested on page 22. Ammunition photo by Stan Trzoniec. Whitetail deer photo by John R. Ford. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2002
The CZ Model 550 Prestige .30-06 with a Bushnell 3-9x scope. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2002
The D'Arcy Echols Legend rifle is built on a Winchester Model 70 bolt action. A Leupold scope is secured in custom rings and mounts. Rifle photo by Gerald Hudson. Dall sheep photo by Mike Barlow.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2002
The Legacy Varminter Supreme .223 Remington is topped off with a Leupold Vari-X III 6.5-20X 40mm scope in Redfield bases. Photos by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2002
The Marlin Model 1894SS is outfitted with a 2.5x Weaver scope and the Model 1894CBC .38 Special features a color case finish. Rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec. Aoudad sheep photo by George Barnett.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2002
The Ruger Model 77 Mark II Magnum is now chambered in .458 Lott and features a 1.5-4.5x20 Nikon scope. Rifle photo by Gerald Hudson. Alaskan grizzly photo by Michael S. Quinton.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2003
The BAR lightweight with Burris 1.7-5x scope in Browning rings and bases is shown with the Browning Grade V BAR. Clair Rees discusses spotting scopes on page 28. Rifle photos by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2003
Savage offers an extensive lineup of bolt action rifles in short and long actions, including the package model (10/110GXP3) with scope, 16BSS with laminated stock and the 12FV with synthetic stock, blue barreled action and the revolutionary AccuTrigger.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2003
The Winchester Model 73, Marlin Model 94 and Winchester Model 95 represent evolution of the lever-action rifle. The Remington Model 700 C-style is out of the Remington Custom Shop and features a Burris 3-9x scope. Rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec. Background
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2003
Shoemaker's Model 98 Mauser .458 Winchester Magnum won't win any beauty contests, but it handles potentially dangerous game as well as any "show-room"rifle. Rifle photo by Dave Scovill. Moose photo by Ron Spomer.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2003
The Model 1873 Springfield was the mainstay of the U.S. Army until it was replaced by the .30 U.S. (aka .30-40 Krag) in 1892. Rifle photo by Gerald Hudson. Whitetail Deer photo by Ron Spomer.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2003
The C Grade Model 700 is fresh out of the Remington Custom Shop with a Burris scope, mounts and rings. Rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec. Whitetail photo by John R. Ford.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2004
The Hill Country Rifle Co. Winchester Model 70 .300 Winchester Magnum features a AAA Turkish fiddleback walnut stock with 23 lines per inch checkering. Metalwork includes Lilja stainless steel barrel. Williams one-piece bottom metal and Al Biesen steel tr
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2004
The Tikka Model T-3 Hunter .25-06 Remington features a Burris 6x Fullfield scope with Tikka rings and bases. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2004
The custom Weatherby Vanguard is chambered for a variety of popular hunting cartridges and features a hand laminated stock. The Cooper Model 57 LVT .22 rimfire is outfitted with a Bushnell Elite Model 4200 2.5-10x Scope in Leupold rings. Pronghorn photo b
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2004
The Remington Model 504 topped off with a Kahles 2-7x36 in Warne rings and bases is shown with the now-discontinued Remington Model 541-T with a Burris scope. Rifle photos by Stan Trzoneic. Eastern fox squirrel photo by Ron Spomer.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2004
The prewar Beissel & Winnieckl 9.3x74R is outfitted with a Leupold M8-2.5x compact scope. The Krieghoff O&U 9.3x74R double rifle features engraving by Bob Evans and custom stock by Paul Dressel. The scope is a Leupold Vari-X III 1.5-5x. Rifle photos by Gerald Hudson. Elk photo by Michael H. Francis.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2004
The new Nosler Custom Rifle features a Leupold 3.5-10X VX-III scope and is chambered for the .300 WSM. Mule deer photo by Donald M. Jones.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2005
From the Winchester Custom Shop comes a stainless Model 70 with full octagonal barrel featuring a Burris 3-9x scope in Burris rings and mounts. Also featured is a Doug Turnbull restored Winchester Model 1892 lever action. Rifle photos by Gerald Hudson. el
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2005
The Remington Model 504 is chambered in 17 Mach 2 and topped off with a Kahles scope. The Weatherby Vanguard Outfitter Custom rifle features Teflon coatings and special order stocks. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2005
The Remington XR-100 .204 Ruger is outfitted with a Leupold 4.5-14x40mm Long Range VX-III. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2005
The BLR Lighweight rifle is chambered for a variety of cartridges in short and long actions. The short-action .243 Winchester BLR is fitted with a Burris Fullfield II 3-9X scope in Burris rings and Browning bases. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2005
The engraved Savage Model 99 takedown .250-3000 belonged to the late Bill Ruger, Sr. The Winchester (USRAC) is chambered for the .405 WCF. Mule deer photo by Michael H Francis. rifle photos by Gerald Hudson.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2005
The Browning High Wall .38-55 is outfitted with a Browning tang sight. The custom High Wall from Ballard Rifle, LLC features a 30-inch octagonal barrel chambered for the .45-90 WCF. Whitetail photo by Michael H. Francis. Rifle photos by Gerald Hudson.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2006
The Weatherby Varmint Special features a 22-inch barrel and Leupold VX-II 4-14x scope. Rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec. Coyote photo by L. Voorhis/Royal Tine Images.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2006
The Nosler Custom Model 48 .270 is topped off with a Leupold VX-III 3.5-10x scope. Rifle photos by Gerald Hudson. Mule Deer photo by D.R. Franz/Royal Tine Images.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2006
The new Kimber long action is chambered for the .30-06 on the 100th anniversary of the world’s most popular sporting cartridge. A Bushnell 3-9x40 scope is mounted in Leupold bases. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2006
John Barsness used this .300 Weatherby Vanguard topped off with a Leupold VX-II 2-7x with Tally mounts on a Colorado hunt. Below, the .257 Weatherby Vanguard features a Leupold Vari-X III 3.5-10x. Rifle photos by John Barsness and Stan Trzoniec. Mule de
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2006
The Remington Model 710 is outfitted with a 3-9x Bushnell Banner scope. The Savage package Model 16 rifle features the patented AccuTrigger and Simmons 3-9x 40mm scope. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2006
The Ruger .375 H&H Magnum Model 77 MKII features a Circassian walnut stock and is topped off with a Leupold 30mm 1.5-6x 42mm scope mounted in Ruger rings. Rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec. Elk photo by Mike Barlow.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2007
The Model 1886 .50 Express features elegant engraving and gold inlays. The Model 1876 .50-95 WCF (Express) takedown is finished with a marblelike color casehardened receiver, modest engraving coverage and gold inlays. Both custom rifles were built by Dou
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2007
A custom .30-06 Springfield 1903A3 built by the Williams Gun Sight Company(www.williamsgunsight.com) features a Wiseman barrel, Gentry three-position safety, Timney trigger and Leupold scope.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2007
The Weatherby Mark XXII rimfire features a Leupold VX-I 2-7x 28mm scope in Talley rings.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2007
The Model 10 Savage Predator features Mossy Oak Brush pattern on the action, barrel, scope rings and bases.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2007
The Kimber Model 84M Classic features a Swarovski scope in Leupold rings. Rifle photo by Gerald Hudson. Elk photo by Gary Leppart.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2007
The Magnum Research MLR-1722 Barracuda is outfitted with a Weaver 6x scope. Rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec. Kudu photo by Gert Johannes Jacobus Vrey.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2008
The new Winchester Model 70 (bottom) is shown with the recently introduced Browning X-Bolt. Caribou photo by Kenny Bahr.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2008
On the cover the Winchester Model 1886 Takedown .475 Turnbull rifle features a 26-inch octagonal barrel and magazine, color case forened cap, receiver and lever, custom checkering and engraving and extended lever loop. This issue features: Nosler Model 48 Custom Rifle, .275 Weatherby Vanguard, .475 Turnbull, Rifle Rest Techniques, Winchester's Last Three Leverguns and much more...
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2008
The Savage Model 14 Classic is chambered for the .270 Winchester and wears a Leupold Vari-II, 3.5-10x scope in Talley mounts. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Also shown, a Sharps Civil Warera carbine. Photo by Yvonne Venturino.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2008
The Cooper Jackson Game rifle is topped off with a Leupold Vari-X III 2.5-8x36mm scope in Leupold bases and rings. Mike Venturino’s Springfield rifle is fitted with a Leatherwood - Hi Lux Wm. Malcolm 3x scope.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2008
On the Cover The Remington Model 700 C grade is outfitted with a Burris Fullfield II 3-9x40mm in Leupold rings and Burris Bases. Below, the Remington Model 547 Custom 22 Long Rifle has a Bausch & Lomb 1.5-6x scope in Talley rings. This issue covers M1's
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dot Rifle Magazine: October 2008
The D’Arcy Echols & Co. “Legend” Model 70 .375 H&H is designed for use against the world’s most dangerous game, from Alaskan brown bears to elephants. See more inside on page 90. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2008
The Kimber Model 8400 Tactical rifle is outfitted with a Leupold scope. The Remington Model R-25 and S&W M&P15 PC are two of the latest editions of heretofore tactical rifles directed at the sporter rifle venue.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2009
The Savage Model 25 Lightweight Varminter features a Leupold 4.5-14x 50mm VX-L scope in Warne rings and a Weaver-style base. The DZ Arms No. 3 Hepburn .22 rimfire features color case finish by Doug Turnbull Restoration. Savage photo by Stan Trzoniec. Hepb
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2009
The Holland Custom rifle features a McMillan composite stock, Jewell trigger, fluted bolt, Holland custom mounts and Leupold VX-III 4.5-14x40 scope. Photo by Ron Spomer. The Winchester Model 92 carbine is chambered for the .38 WCF. Photo by Yvonne Venturi
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2009
The Ruger Model 77 MKII .257 Roberts is outfitted with a Burris 3-9x Fullfield II scope in Ruger bases and rings. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2009
The Nosler Model 48V is topped off with a Leupold VX-III 8.5-25x varmint scope. Rifle photos by G. Hudson.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2009
The Browning X-Bolt Medallion grade .280 Remington is fitted with a Leupold VX-3 3.5-10x 40mm scope in Browning integrated base/rings. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Marlin M1895SBL inset photo by Brian Pearce.
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dot Rifle Magazine: October 2009
Winter 2009 SPECIAL EDITION Purchase the issue here
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2010
On the cover the Marlin XL7W features a walnut stock, a Burris 6x 40mm scope in Leupold rings and an adjustable trigger. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2010
On the cover the McMillan G30 Legacy .270 Winchester features a Leupold 3.5-10x scope in Talley bases. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. The limited edition High Grade .30-30 Winchester commemorates Oliver F. Winchester’s 200th birthday. Photos by G. Hudson.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2010
On the cover the Anschütz Model 1770 is outfitted with a Docter Optic 3-10x40 scope in B-Square rings/bases. Photo by G. Hudson.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2010
The Cooper Model 21 .222 Remington with a Sightron Big Sky 4-16x 42mm scope is shown with a Cooper Model 57 .22 Long Rifle featuring a Bushnell Elite Model 4200 2.5-10x 40mm scope. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2010
The Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle features a Sightron SI 3-9x40 scope in Ruger rings/ bases. The Smith & Wesson M&P15 PC is chambered for the .223/5.56 NATO. Coyote photo by Vic Schendel.
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dot Rifle Magazine: October 2010
2010 Special Edition! The legendary .30s include a Winchester Model 94, M1 Garand and a pre-64 Winchester Model 70. Rifle photos by Yvonne Venturino. Background photo by John Haviland.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2010
The Browning White Gold .308 WCF X-Bolt is fitted with a Leupold M8 6x42mm scope in the Browning X-Lock mounting system. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2011
The Thompson/Center ICON Precision Hunter is chambered for the .204 Ruger and features a Burris SixX 2-12x 40mm scope. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2011
The custom stainless Remington Model 700 7mm STW is fitted with a Swarovski 3-10x scope mounted in Burris rings and bases.(See “Spotting Scope,” page 8, for more details.) Rifle photo by G. Hudson. Mule deer photo by Vic Schendel.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2011
The Winchester Model 70 Super Grade features a Leupold Vari-X III 3.5-10x 40mm scope in low rings. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2011
The El Lobo by Classic Barrel & Gun Works is chambered in 6.5-284 Norma and features a Swarovski Z5 3.5-18x44 P riflescope in Talley mounts. Rifle photo by G. Hudson. Wolf photo by Royal Tine Images.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2011
The C. Sharps Remington-Hepburn Model 1879 features a 30-inch octagonal barrel, Soule tang sight and globe-spirit level front sight. Photos by G. Hudson.
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dot Rifle Magazine: October 2011
Rifle photos by Kevin Dilley. For detailed information on the cover rifle see Custom Corner (page 89). Background photo by Ron Spomer.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2011
Newly reintroduced, Weatherby’s mediumaction Euromark .30-06 features Talley rings and bases and a Meopta 3-9x 42mm riflescope. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2012
A unique pair of Ruger No. 1s with consecutive serial numbers, both chambered in the .475 Turnbull. The scope is a Nikon Monarch UCC 1.5-4.5-20. Photos by G. Hudson.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2012
Savage’s Long Range Hunter with Zeiss’ big 6-24x 56mm Victory FL Diavari scope was used to test 6.5-284 Norma handloads. Photo by Charles E. Petty.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2012
This E. Arthur Brown Company Model 97D falling-block single shot represents a mix of classic lines and modern machining and is chambered for the .30-30 WCF. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2012
Mossberg’s new bolt-action Varmint Predator features an AR-15 magazine and will feed both .223 Remington and 5.56mm NATO ammunition; this one is topped off with a big Leupold variable scope. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2012
Ruger’s American Rifle delivers accuracy at an economical price.
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dot Rifle Magazine: October 2012
A pair of 7x57s, including a Remington 700 with a 3.5-10x40 Leupold VX III and a Ruger M77 topped with a Swarovski 3-10x42. Rifle photos by G. Hudson. Background photos by Vic Schendel.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2012
Newly reintroduced in .30-30, Winchester’s Model 94 is a modern rendition of the lever-rifle classic. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2013
The Savage Model 25 Lighweight Varminter is one of three .22 Hornet rifles reviewed in this issue. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2013
A profile and detailed photography of Colt Manufacturing’s new CAR-A3 HBAR Elite in civilian guise. Inset photos by Charles E. Petty.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2013
A pair of Kimber Caprivi bolt actions, a .375 H&H and a .458 Lott. Inset: the open breech of a pre-1914 W.J. Jeffery .450/500 Nitro Express 3 Inch. Terry Wieland photos.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2013
This issue’s cover is a beautifully stocked Dakota Model 10 .25-06 Remington. Inset rifles include a Colt Lightning and a NULA M20. Photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2013
This month’s cover is a Remington Custom Shop Model Seven .222 Remington with a laminated Mannlicher stock and Leupold variable scope. Remington photos by Stan Trzoniec. Big Horn rifle photo by Brian Pearce. Inset photo courtesy of Herb Peck, Jr. col
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dot Rifle Magazine: October 2013
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2013
This pair of distinctive hunting rifles includes a Weatherby Mark V Accumark .240 Weatherby Magnum with a Meopta variable and a Hill Country custom LRH .300 Winchester Magnum topped off with a Swarovski scope. Weatherby photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: January 2014
This CZ 557 .30-06 is an early production sample of the company’s new push-feed bolt rifles, topped with a Leupold VX3 3.5-10x 40mm scope. Rifle photo by G. Hudson. Mule deer photo by Vic Schendel.
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dot Rifle Magazine: March 2014
Here is Ruger's railed-out SR-762 and a customized Remington 700 .270 Winchester by Kevin Wyatt. Wyatt rifle photo by Stan Trzoniec.
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dot Rifle Magazine: May 2014
This month’s cover is a Ruger No. 1-A Tropical .404 Jeffery with a nicely figured stock. Rifle photos by G. Hudson. Lion photo by D. Robert & Lori Franz/Windigoimages.com.
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dot Rifle Magazine: July 2014
Mossberg’s 4x4 rifle is a blend of high-tech looks and traditional craftsmanship and can be had with or without a scope. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Remington inset photo by Chris Downs.
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dot Rifle Magazine: September 2014
Winchester's Model 94 Trails End .30 WCF and Browning's BLR .270 Winchester are the latest lever-action takedowns. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Remington's budget-priced .243 Winchester Model 783 photo by John Haviland.
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dot Rifle Magazine: November 2014
The Cooper Firearms Model 51 .204 Ruger is fitted with a Leupold VX-3 2.5-8x scope. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Winchester Model 92 .45 Colt and Turnbull TAR-15 photos by Gerald Hudson.
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