September - October 2003 Volume 35, Number
5 ISSN: 0162-3583 Number 209
cover... The Model 1873 Springfield was the mainstay of the U.S. Army until it was replaced by the .30 U.S. (aka .30-40 Krag) in 1892. Rifle photo by Gerald Hudson. Whitetail Deer photo by Ron Spomer.
Dave Manson Precison Reamers
Spotting Scope - Dave Scovill
Boat-Tail Bullets: The Cruel Hoax
On Target - Ross Seyfried
Scott Green - Custom Rifle Builder
Custom Corner - Stan Trzoniec
Get Those Old Rifles Shooting with Bertram Brass
Reader Research - Breil Jackson
Rifles & Woodsmoke - John Barsness
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Model 1873 U.S. Springfield at Long Range
The Model 1873 U.S. Springfield was
the rifle that brought the .45 U.S. (aka .45 Government and .45-70) cartridge to life and
served as our military rifle (or carbine) from 1873 until 1892 when the .30 U.S....