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Welcome to the April Newsletter!

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The latest issue of Handloader features:

·       Cast Bullets and Battle Rifles Handloading for the U.S. 30s

·        .22-250 Remington New Levels of Performance and Versatility

·       Old Cartridge, New Powders .44 Special Shines Anew

·       Learn to Reload Case Inspection and Preparation

·       New Brass Improved Consistency and Concentricity

 

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The latest issue of Successful Hunter features:

·       Giant Coues' or Hybrid?

·       Levergun Ram

·       Missouri River Mule Deer

·       Antelope Ambush

·       Grizzly Encounter

 

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The latest issue of Rifle magazine features:

·       Turnbull Marlins 

·       .275 Rigby Highland Stalker

·       Shaw Custom Rifles

·       130-shot Group

·       Mark V Altitude

 

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Wolfe Publishing Company 2018 Varmint Rifles & Cartridges - Wolfe Publishing Co.

Rifle Talk- Rifle Basix RU-R Ruger Triggers, .22 Hornet- Even today it has plenty of sting, 6mm Creedmoor Lightweight Bullets in the Newest “.243”, .22 Nosler Handloads for ... More Information

 
 
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.22 Nosler Exclusive Loads for the Newest AR Cartridge, .17 Remington Fireball Loading 20- and 25-Grain Bullets, .222 Remington- Shooting Howa’s MiniAction Bolt Rifle, Sierr... More Information

 
 
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I can’t think of any cartridge so dear to the hearts of the American sportsman as the .38 Special. While it has been overrun by newer, high performance cartridges for hunting, home defense or casual shooting, it is still hard to beat the Special. With a wide variety of jacketed and lead bullets available, the .38 Special is still a joy to shoot and reload.

Today, it’s hard to find a gun chambered just for the .38 Special as most now come from manufacturers as a .38 Special / .357 Magnum combination. There is nothing wrong with that; when I go hiking in search of the perfect photograph or hunting in the woods with my S&W Model 19, I load a couple of .38s first, followed by .357 Magnums. I figure that if the sound of the .38 Special will not thwart a problem, the power of the .357 will.

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    Cimarron Firearms Brings Back the Glory of the 1894
Cimarron Firearms, a leader in authentic replicas from America’s Old West, proudly reintroduces one of America’s most popular and famous lever-action hunting rifles of all times. The John Browning patented design was introduced in 1894 in two iconic cartridge chamberings, the 32-40 and the 38-55. It was the first American-made repeating rifle to chamber smokeless powder rounds. This was in 1895 when nickel steel barrels and the 30 WCF or 30-30 were introduced. The Model 1894 has been referred to as the "ultimate lever-action design" by firearms historians. More than 7,000,000 Model 1894 rifles and carbines were sold between 1894 and 2006. The rifle’s sleek and simple design made it easy to mass produce while the well-balanced light weight made it a pleasure to carry. The 1894 was owned by several U.S. Presidents and was used

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    Mossberg® Celebrates Centennial
In celebration of the company’s 100th Anniversary, O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc., is announcing the release of a full-featured, 9mm concealed carry handgun: the Mossberg MC1sc (subcompact). Coming full circle from the company’s first firearm design, called the Brownie, a 22 caliber, four-shot “pocket pistol,” Mossberg has incorporated 100 years of engineering expertise in developing this superb concealed carry handgun. The MC1sc is available in five initial 9mm offerings: the standard MC1sc and an optional cross-bolt safety version; two standard offerings with sighting systems, choose from TRUGLO® Tritium Pro™ Night Sights or a Viridian® E-Series Red Laser; and a Centennial Limited Edition with a production run limited to 1,000 commemorative models.

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