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Rifle Magazine
January - February 2003
Volume 1, Number 1
ISSN: 0
Number 1
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Cover photo by John R. Ford.
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Table of Contents
6 Along the Oxbow
Managing the Hunt
Dave Scovill
10 Handguns
The .454 Casull
Brian Pearce
14 Gear Tech
Field Photography
Stan Trzoniec
18 Ridge Tops & River Bottoms
Keeping Perspective
Ross Seyfried
22 A Guide's Notes
Alaska's Own .338 Winchester
Phil Shoemaker
26 Strings & Arrows
Try a 6 O'clock Hold
Bob Robb
28 Wingshots
Late Season Shotshells
John Barsness
32 Knives
Folding Hunters
Butch Winter
37 Bulls Below Zero
Every Mile in Winter is Two
Bob Robb
42 Mario's Leopard
Leopard by the Tail
Ross Seyfried
48 Slugs for Large Game
What Works for Elk
John Haviland
54 Winter Jackrabbits
Beat the Wintertime Blues
Ron Spomer
60 Choosing Hunting Tactics
Learn to Change witht he Game and Terrain
Clair Rees
66 Whitetails Where Everybody Hunts
Barsness Hunts Out West
John Barsness
74 Lion Tails
Truly the King of All Beasts
Berit Aagaard
82 A Family Affair
A Family Who Values Hunting
Ross Seyfried
88 On the Menu
Top 10 Skillet Tricks
Eileen Clark
98 Successful Hunters

102 Snap Shots
Wrong Bear Right Time
Tony Dingess
106 Book Reviews
In any Kind of Cover
Ross Seyfried
108 Product Showcase
New Product Reviews
Don Polacek
114 Game Trails
Animal Parts
John Barsness
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Strings & Arrows

Bow hunting is, by its very nature, an up-close-and-personal kind of game. The whole object of the exercise is to see how close you can get to the quarry before making the shot. Such li...

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Mario's Leopard

My passengers nearly went over the hood of the hunting car when I unconsciously nailed the brakes. A thorn in the corner of my eye would have had less impact than the gigantic...

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