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Rifle Magazine
August - September 2000
Volume 35, Number 4
ISSN: 0017-7393
Number 206
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This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Marlin 444SS is chambered for the increasingly popular .444 Marlin. Moose photo by John R. Ford. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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6 Kimber Classic Custom Target and Ultra Carry .45 A
Reloader's Press -
Dave Scovill
10 .358 Winchester
Cartridge Board -
Gil Sengel
14 Crimp Strength
From the Hip -
Brian Pearce
18 In Search of .410 Bore Game Guns
Benchtopics -
Layne Simpson
20 Finn Aagaard (1932 - 2000)
Tribute to Finn -
Harold Aagaard & Phil Shoemaker
22 Accurately Defining our Terms
Hunting Handloads -
John Barsness
24 Vihtavuori N560
Propellant Profiles -
R.H. VanDenburg, Jr.
26 Handguns, Rifles, Power and the Theory of Relativi
The big bang theory!
Ross Seyfried
32 7mm's
The all-American Standard
John Barsness
41 America's Outdoor Books
Special Advertising Section
50 7mm-08 Update
New powders - new bullets.
Ken Waters
54 6mm-284
Wildcat for varmint and deer-sized game.
Layne Simpson
62 The Underrated .444 Marlin
Loading tips for big game
Brian Pearce
69 What's New in the Marketplace
Inside Product News -
Don Polacek
74 Loading the .32 Remington
Reader Research -
Thomas Smith
79 Product Tests

86 A New Bullet Mould
Powder Keg -
Ross Seyfried
- Article Bites -
Crimp Strength
Most prewar .45 Colt revolvers manufactured from 1873 through 1941 generally had a barrel groove diameter of approximately .454 inch. In the postwar era, Colt, Ruger and other revolver manufacturers ...
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What's New in the Marketplace
Redding Instant Indicator

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Product Tests

Pulverized Antimony and Hurst Flux

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Handguns, Rifles, Power and the Theory of Relativi
Sometimes it is necessary to reevaluate your position. For years I have harbored a somewhat conventional sense of firearms power: the ability of any given cartridge to get the job done. Then it dawned on me th...
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