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Rifle Magazine
April - May 2000
Volume 35, Number 2
ISSN: 0017-7393
Number 204
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The Winchester Model 70 .264 Winchester Magnum is
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6 Oregon Trail Cast Bullets in Rifles
Reloader's Press
Dave Scovill
10 Shooting Glass Lens Colors
Benchtopics
Layne Simpson
12 .300 Remington Ultra Mag
Reloading Data
Ted Curtis
14 Back to Beltless - Again
Field Notes
Wayne van Zwoll
18 .38 Smith & Wesson
Cartridge Board
Gil Sengel
20 .264 Winchester
6.5 with a belt.
Stan Trzoniec
26 The .410 as a Game Cartridge
Loads for the field.
Layne Simpson
32 Some Truths About Chronographs
What do they tell us?
John Barsness
38 Reloading the .416
Getting the best from the heavy hitters!
Ross Seyfried
46 Reloading the .38 Long Colt
No longer an endangered species.
Mike Venturino
50 .25-35 Winchester - Marlin
A grand old caliber.
Ken Waters
56 The Biggest Cartridge You'll Ever Need!
The basic '06.
Wayne van Zwoll
66 Vihtavuori N550
Propellant Profiles -
R.H. VanDenburg, Jr
70 What's New in the Marketplace
Inside Product News -
Don Polacek
73 Catalog Corner
Special Advertising Section
77 Product Tests

86 Book Reviews

94 Barrel Cleaning - Holding the Patch
Powder Keg
Ross Seyfried
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Product Tests
Redding Competition Model 10X-Pistol Powder Measure

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What's New in the Marketplace
Barnes Varmint Bullet

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Shooting Glass Lens Colors
I can easily recall a time when shooting glass lenses came in clear for general use, green for bright sunlit conditions and yellow for cloudy days. That was about the extent of it back then, but thin...
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Some Truths About Chronographs
I bought my first chronograph over 20 years ago from the Custom Chronograph Company, which has spent its life moving around tiny towns in Washington state. This was back when many chronographs still ...
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