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    By Holt Bodinson Precise measurement of group size is a snap with Sinclair International’s Group Measuring Caliper Attachment. Ever wonder how we measure and report group sizes out to three decimals? The answer’s really simple and straightforward. The benchrest crowd has been doing it for decades and finally there’s an affordable accessory putting the capability

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  • 12/07/17--05:19: Oldies Aren’t Moldies
  • Vintage Scopes Can Still Serve In The Field If You Accept Their Limitations By John Barsness While new and more astonishing riflescopes appear every day, many shooters prefer much older ones. Sometimes they have an older rifle, maybe an all-original pre-’64 Model 70 Winchester looking a little too weird with a 21st-century super-scope’s 30mm tube,

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  • 01/11/18--08:54: A Cool Twenty-Twofer
  • Re-Rasslin’ The Auto Vs. Revolver Issue Doesn’t Get Much Easier When caliber—And Gun Size—Are Scaled Down By Payton Miller The revolver vs. auto argument is as old as dirt. Well, older maybe. No, older most definitely. So why revisit it you may ask? Well, OK. Here’s my excuse, but it’s a good one. Even after

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  • 02/07/18--07:35: A Sensational Saint
  • The Edge Resets The Performance Bar For MID-Priced ARs By Holt Bodinson Given their extreme modularity, ARs are the chameleon of the firearms world. They can be configured in scores of different ways to fulfill a variety of missions. I don’t imagine Eugene Stoner had any idea he was creating a completely new industry whose

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  • 02/07/18--07:36: A Slicker Snubbie
  • Part 1: Turn Your S&W J-frame Into A “J-Plus.” By Payton Miller After a lifetime of shooting medium and large-frame revolvers, developing a crush on S&W J-Frames late in life brings with it a steep learning curve. A J-Frame is a beautiful thing, but is less forgiving of shooter error than, say, a 6-inch Model

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  • 03/09/18--08:48: Bore-Stores
  • By Jeff John Jeff has used Bore-Stores for more than 20+ years now, and they still serve well protecting the guns from rust and each other in the safe. New ones (top) now have a label to record the gun. The old gun store I worked in was an early dealer for Big Spring’s Bore-Stores,

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  • 03/09/18--09:00: The Final Touch
  • “Gussy-Up” your Old West Cimarron Single Actions By Jeff John The Cimarron 1872 Open Top .44 Colt, 1849 Wells Fargo (with Howell .32 S&W cylinder), and 1851 Navy .38 Special all look better with heat blue and silver plate as often done to originals. My growing collection of Old West guns from Cimarron have proven

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