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Rifle Magazine
March - April 2004
Volume 2, Number 2
ISSN: 0
Number 8
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Cover Photo by Bob Robb
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6 Along the Oxbow
Predawn Visitors
Dave Scovill
10 Strings & Arrows
Is Broadhead Practice Important?
Bob Robb
14 Wingshots
The Mysteries of Choke
John Barsness
18 Ridge Tops & River Bottoms
Crawling - The Perfect Stalk
Ross Seyfried
20 Handguns
Scope-Mounted Handguns
Brian Pearce
22 A Guide's Notes
A Rigby in the Outhouse
Phil Shoemaker
26 Bow Hunting Boss Gobblers
Hunting Big Gobblers with Bow and Arrow...
Bob Robb
32 Hunting Clothes
Clothes May Not Make the Man...
Ross Seyfried
38 Alaska's Brown Bears
How Tough Are They?
Jim Rearden
46 The Turkish Bezoar

Phil Shoemaker
52 Learning to Shoot

John Barsness
58 Stripping Down for Action
Less Is More in Outdoor Apparel
Eileen Clarke
64 The Dark Continent
Another Road Home
Ross Seyfried
76 Catalog Corner

78 Product Showcase

Clair Rees
86 On the Menu
Legging it in Gobblerville
Eileen Clarke
90 Trophy Board

92 Gear Tech
All Cut Up!
Stan Trzoniec
98 Game Trails
A Birthday Present
John Barsness
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Nikon Laser600 Rangefinder in
Realtree Hardwoods Green HDAA

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Ridge Tops & River Bottoms

Even if you are an experienced hunter, some things take awhile to soak in. For me the learning curve to the perfect stalk took about 50 years. It is a fascinating thought process to realize our very first form of locomotion might also b...

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Bow Hunting Boss Gobblers

It had been a most frustrating week. The turkeys were gobbling their wattles off, and for some reason a half-dozen had found my less-than-professional calling to their liking. And yet, while I had gotten three mature birds to within 40 ...

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