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Rifle Magazine
February - March 2001
Volume 36, Number 1
ISSN: 0017-7393
Number 209
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This issue is only available on CD-ROM.The Cooper .17 Mach IV and Remington Model 700 .17 Remington are top choices for smallbore enthusiasts. Photo by Stan Trzoniec. Coyote photo by Gary Kramer. Purchase the CD-ROM here
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6 Neck Sizing Revolver Cases
Reloader's Press -
Dave Scovill
12 .45-70 Government
Cartridge Board -
Gil Sengel
14 Bad Data
Hunting Handloads -
John Barsness
16 Vihtavuori N140
Propellant Profiles -
R.H. VanDenburg, Jr.
18 The Hanned Line Small Game Bullet Tool
From The Hip -
Brian Pearce
20 A Brace of .17s
.17 Mach IV bersus the .17 Remington.
Stan Trzoniec
26 Handloading the .357 Magnum
Top performance with cast or jacketed bullets.
Brian Pearce
32 How to Read Loading Manuals
Reading between the lines
John Barsness
38 .300 Savage
The classic deer cartridge.
Ken Waters
42 .22 Hornet
Part II: Top loads for the littlest .22 centerfire
Ross Seyfried
48 Handgun Shotshells
How to build effective patterns.
Al Miller
56 Reduced Loads
For practice and small game.
John Haviland
63 What's New in the Marketplace
Inside Product News -
Don Polacek
67 Product Tests

78 Steel Shot for Waterfowl
Powder Keg -
Ross Seyfried
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What's New in the Marketplace
Cold Steel Master Hunter Plus

Cold Steel, on...

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Neck Sizing Revolver Cases
Back around 1979 or early 1980, I purchased a set of RCBS .45 Colt sizing dies. The full-length sizing die from that set massaged the case body just a bit but produced a very short neck, not much ove...
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A Brace of .17s
Looking back, it’s difficult to pinpoint the original idea and intent of the .17-caliber cartridge, never mind the seemingly unending list of variations. Even before the popular .17 Remington was thought of, 5...
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Product Tests
Lee Precision Deluxe Die Set

R.H. VanDenburg...

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