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Rifle Magazine
August - September 2001
Volume 36, Number 4
ISSN: 0017-7393
Number 212
On the cover...
Typical fixed-sighted revolvers are represented by a Colt New Service .44 Russian/.44 Special and a Colt SAA .41 Colt. Custom work on the Colt SAA by Turnbull Restorations and engraving by John Adams Jr. Photos by Dave Scovill and Gerald Hudson.
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6 Rumors
Reloader's Press -
Dave Scovill
14 Vihtavuori Powders
Hunting Handloads -
John Barsness
16 .30-40 Krag
Cartridge Board -
Gil Sengel
18 Vihtavuori N160
Propellant Profiles -
R.H. VanDenburg, Jr.
20 Alliant's New Unique
From the Hip -
Brian Pearce
24 Handloads for the Fixed-Sighted Revolver
Practical dope on handloads.
Brian Pearce
30 Smallbore Extreme
Velocity to the max!
Ross Seyfried
36 .300 Weatherby Update
Still the standard.
Ken Waters
40 .225 Winchester
Potent .22 for varmints.
Stan Trzoniec
46 The 6.5x55 Afield
Miller takes the Swede hunting.
Al Miller
56 .300 Winchester Short Maqgnum
An inside look at Winchester's mini-mag.
John Barsness
64 Cast and Shoot
Cast bullet loads made easy
John Haviland
70 Product Tests

79 Lapua's Shooting and Reloading Manual-2nd Edition
Book Review -
R.H. VanDenburg, Jr.
82 What's New in the Marketplace
Inside Product News -
Don Polacek
86 Questions and Answers
Powder Keg -
Ross Seyfried
- Article Bites -
What's New in the Marketplace
Laser-Cast 40-1911

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.300 Weatherby Update
The .300 H&H Magnum of 1925 qualifies as the first commercially successful .30-caliber magnum, the older .30 Newton, though a good cartridge ballistically, having failed to gain widespread acceptance.
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.30-40 Krag
Living as we do in the era of air-launched, laser-guided munitions, it’s hard to appreciate the turmoil caused by the French invention of a usable smokeless powder in 1885, yet its impact on mil...
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Product Tests
Hevi-Shot Turkey Load

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