American Rifleman - April 1951 -96 complete pages. - Cover: Rifle range at Santa Barbara, California - Czech CZ 47 - North American big game - Getting the range - How to choose a binocular - Rocky mountain rifle - International handgun game - New Air Force weapons.
The American Rifleman - March 1951 -96 complete pages. -Cover: ivory stocked wheelock in Manhatan's Metropolitan Museum of Art - Loads for the .357 - North American big game - Some aspects of lubrication - Maximum pressure - Training the Junior Hunter.
The American Rifleman - January 1951=80 complete pages. Cover: NW Gun club at Duluth, Minnesota Six guns - Still hunting; the last art - The chinese infantryman - Survival rifle - Firearms of the American colonists
The American Rifleman - October 1950 -96 complete pages. Cover: Queenie, English setter - The all around rifle - Loads for the .218 - Mount your deer head - North American big game: The moose - Remodel your springfield - toughest target .
The American Rifleman - September 1950-112 complete pages (cover in used condition but magazine fine) - Cover: Rare bongo, largest of W.African bushbucks 0 Slicked up mauser - .300 magnum loads - Military semiautos - shotgun patterns - Chambering Reamers
The American Rifleman July 1950 - 80 complete pages - Cover: an old double barreled percussion shotgun - Single action craze - My recollections of Dr. Mann- Trigger for your springfield -shookting can be fun - Accurizing the .45
The American Rifleman - March 1950-96 complete pages. Cover: Black bear in Wyoming - Memories of Schuetzen days - Gunsmithing school -Keith joins rifleman staff - barrel length and velocity - Pick up your pen - loads for the .220
The American Rifleman - January 1950-80 complete pages. Cover: Lancaster double of about 1870. - The Buenos Aires matches - hot shot .22 on game - laminated stock blanks - .22 hornet loads - rifle for the southwest - The Neck shot.
The American Rifleman - September 1977-118 complete pages. Cover: Margaret Murdock, women rifle shooter - A modern rifle with an antique style - Raise your big game scor e- Breitain's .303 fromMetford to SMLE
The American Rifleman - July 1977 -88 complete pages. Cover: Harlon B. Carter holds trophy - Rhett's rifle - National hunting and fishing day - A controversial cartridge - You are what you drink = National hunting and fishing day.
The American Rifleman - June 1977 -82 complete pages. Cover: John Musick in mountain regalia - North American big game awards program - sheet shooting tips - WNRA workshop: a welcome to the outdoors - Barrel length and muzzle velocity.
The American Rifleman - March 1977-88 complete pages. Cover: A colt new Frontier buntline revolver - The green jacket and his rifle - Swampers in the gulf - Paper patched buffets come of age. - Muzzle loading double rifles at their best.
The American Rifleman - February 1977 -82 complete pages. Cover: a sliging breech double barrel 16 ga shotgun - Early revolver extraction systems - British bullseyes at 2100 yards - How tocalculate recoil - The ill fated 1867 Navy Carbin e-
The American Rifleman - January 1977 - 76 complete ages. -Cover: gun owned by Texascity Marshall- Mistaken identity can harm - Stevens single shots lure collectors - Shelhamer, classicist of the stock.
The American Rifleman - December 1975 -98 complete pages.Cover: 1857 model which was purchased by U.SA. Ordnance -Wilderness lore taught to students at Raton- Who wins Alaska? - The Webley R. I. C.Rewvolver - short sizes for wildfowling.
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The American Rifleman - October 1975-120 complete pages. Cover: Gary Anderson, High power champion - Scatterguns for Quail - Rabies in the wild - The newest look at handgun ballistics - 19th century manstoppers.
The American Rifleman - September 1975-118 complete pages. Cover: A whitetail buck - The Savage Varmint rifle - Remington double shotguns - The tru Saturday Night special - Big steps in NRA progress - A serious rifle.
The American Rifleman - August 1975 -104 complete pages. Cover: The classic Tang Sight - The President's stand on guns - Pan American team chosen at Phoenix - Restore your worn out rifle - Mourning doves...well worth the effort.
The American Rifleman - July 1975-90 complete pages. Cover: D. Boone is still around - Buying a high grade Merkel - The lever action legacy of Marlin and Ulrich - The best police handgun - Rapid fire with flintlocks
The American Rifleman - June 1975 -86 complet pages. Cover: Browning's first pistol - Carter ready to tackle NRA's foes - Brownings first pistol - REcoil operated handguns by Browning - Two gauges are better than one.
The American Rifleman - May 1975- Cover: The .44-40 W.C.F. combination - How accurate was the 45-70 in Service? Auxiliary rifle sights can save your hunt - Guins anbd loads for upland game - From England with four barrels.
The American Rifleman - April 1975 -90 completepages. Copver: A flintlock of nobility - U. S. blames Ballew for own shooting - Game trades fatten hunters bag - A tailor made .45-70 rolling block - Mauser,the rifle that made good
The American Rifleman - March 1975-82 complete pages - Cover: Mauser: The Basic bolt action - Building the NRA outdoor center - Wilhelm and Paul, RX for success in rifle making - Some gun tips for taking timberdoodles
The American Riflleman- January 1975 -100 complete pages. - Cover: Fine custom rifles - Big, bad Bambi - Esopus rifles, where youth comes to learn - Bridgeritis - The Ball Carbine - build an adjustable checkering cradle.
The American Rifleman - December 1966=136 complete pages. Cover - Scottish flintlock pistols - Gun bills expected in 67 - A Memorial to riflemen - Hunting in Alabama - The kneeling position - Mounting scopes and iron sights
The American Rifleman - September 1966 =140 complete pages - Cover: English setter in the field - The Mentally Ill- 39th world shooting championships - The standing position - Lee Enfield Rifle No. 1, Mark III
The American Rifleman - June 1966 -128 complete pages. Cover: The new NRA Museum - Sni[ping in Viet Nam - The .45 National match pistol - Hunter training pays off - the climbing hunter - Winchester model 88 rifle.
The American Rifleman - May 1966 -120 complete pages - A golden passpsort - Japanese infantry weapons - planning a wilderness hunt - Minnesota's hunter safety program - Mirage - Biretta 950B jetfire pistol.
The American Rifleman - March 1966-104 complete pages. The DCM program - What the lawmakers are doing - running game ranges - Dangerous and deadly weapons - Iver Johnson model 66 revolver - The Starr carbine
Better Homes and Gardens - April 1962-136 complete pages. Color is a way of live- Springtime recipes from the best loved cook book of all times - The Weekend father by Oscar Shisgall - Veal Scaloppine -
The American Rifleman - December 1974 -98 complete pages. Cover: American winners at 41st World shooting championships in Switzerland- Magnums for ducks - 41st world shooting championships - The flint knapper - Survival shelters.
The American Rifleman - November 1974 -102 complete pages (Slight water damage to first 2 pages). Cover: a jUNIOR SHooter - Make your own wildfowling luck - Handguns in transition - Arisakes that wore sosmbreros.
The American Rifleman- August 1974 -104 complete pages - Cover: Henry lever action tubular magazine repeating rifle - Jamaica, farewell? Historic trail crosses NRA land - Match loads for the .223 Remington.
The American Rifleman - May 1974 -94 complete pages j- Cover: Rep. Robert L.F. Sikes with new NRA rifle by Ceciol Brooks - Vermont rifles and loads - Pages from a duck hunter's notebook -0 Chinese communist 7.62 mm type 68 rifle.
The American Rifleman- March 1974 - 94 complete pages. Cover: John C. Garand, Inventor of the M1 rifle - A gun dealer governor - Military rifles, M1 to M14 - The steel shot issue heats up - Fit for a general.
The American Rifleman - February 1974 -92 complete pages. Cover: Turkeys in Texas - Paper patching rifle bullets - Using decoys on crows - turkey shoot 1973 - Where Sears got its guns. Springfield armory.22's.
The American Rifleman -0January 1974 - 98 complete pages. Cover: Artistic engraving - Guns that sing Dixie in Italian - Aged but fine English doubles soar in price - Wingshooting woes righted - De Anza: tomorrows range today
The American Rifleman - December 19568 - 128 complete pages. Cover: cal. 45 M1911 pistol qand the Police Positive revolver - U. S. Olympic sweep aided by shooters - Down to the wintery sea for rabbits - French model 1935-A pistol - Gun thefts in transit increasing.
The American Rifleman - November 1968 -124 complete pages. -Cover: Trumpeter swans - U. S.Rifles do the job in Vietnam - Goose shooting can be good near nurseries. Wingshooters, ty these variations o f target lead.
American Rifleman - October 1968 -144 complete pages. -Cover: Judy Warden Brown shot skeet at Tupelo, Miss. - a plugged dime at 200 yards - Gun control and the election - A federal act that improved our hunting - Erma .22 pistol .
The American Rifleman - Septe,mber 1968-136 complete pages. Cover: Muzzle loader - Miniature arms have a charm all their own - Registration grips 5 cities - Olympic team set5 after NRA matches - Lever action - here they come again.
The American Rifleman - August 1968-116 complete pages - Cover: Wolves - Conservationists cry Save Wolves - Gun owners faced with stiff controls - House leader hits LBJ bill - street crime curbs urged by sportsmen.
The American Rifleman - July 1968 -116 complete pages. Cover: Smith & Wesson Model 29 revolver - Non violence begins at home on the tV - The art of hunting - A target shoot in Africa - Joslyn: the man and his carbines.
The American Rifleman - June 1968-128 complete page. Cover: California Valley quail - Hunting the Indian leopard - One man's shooting family - revolver still police standby - Bullet selection, the hunters dilemma
The American Rifleman - May 1968-108 complete pages. - Tonic for the handicapped - The last leg is the toughest - Happiness is a warm gun - Drive in Senate points way to moderate law - Oklahoma hunting.
The American Rifleman - April 1968 - 112 complete pages. Cover: Model 12 Winchester 12 ga. with ribbed barrel - The shooting college in America - Why anti gun polls are open to doubt - Desert quail, quarry for the fit -
The American Rifleman - March 1968 - 104 complete pages. Milwaukee hunter Jim Stummeier shot this 7'@ cougar who was stalking two white tails. -0 Massachusetts, cradele of American gunmaking - A handy gun vise - .22 center fires on big game?
The American Rifleman - February 1968-104 complete pages. Cover: The firearms of George Washington - Small arms of the Israeli victory - New gun laws are widespread - Undating a single shot - Equipping the skeet shooter
The American Rifleman - January 1968 -106 complete pages. - Cover: The Freund improved Model 1877 Sharps rifle - Snipers in Vietnam also need firepower - Trapshooting is getting tougher - Flinching can be cured - When snow geese fly
The American Rifleman - December 1967-128 complete pages. Cover: Majestic Royal Elk (Wapiti) - Gun renewal permit takes two years - Hawks, too, need peace - Celler bill given slight push - The air rifle that went to war - Taking guns into Canada
The American Rifleman - November 1967-126 complete pages. Cover: Model 1805 Harper's ferry pistol - Carrying guns safely afield - Watch your timing - A caseless cartridge? - Measuring .30-'06 chambers - A mount for the M1
The American Rifleman - October 1967-144 complete pages. Cover: Lt. General James H. Doolittle, USAF - The air rifle comes of age - Hunting in North Dakota - U. S. Win Pan American matches - Choking the muzzle loading shotgun.
The American Rifleman - September 1967-144 complete pages. What makes Junior rifle champions? - A boys first hunt - Skeet-the making of a champion - The design of a shotgun - Remodeling the Mauser 1898 rifle - The Chukar, challenge to hunter endurance.
The American Rifleman- August 1967 -120 complete pages. Cover: a big horn sheep - New games at Perry - This game called Skeet - Firearms of the American revolution - The Army reserve zeroes in - Dodd bill debated - the Sage grouse.
The American Rifleman - July 1967 -120 complete pages. The First Maryland Regiment firing flintlocks - The honest guns - Winning the Leech cup - Women who trust guns - This game called skeet - Hunting in Missouri
The American Rifleman - June 1967-128 complete p ages. Smoky Mountain Gun Collectors array - Big game hunt-family style - Becoming a pistol master - Changes broaden BSA shooting program. The boxlock sharps
The American Rifleman - May 1967-112 complete pages. NRA position on gun legislation = Celler bill opponents testify - The M16 in Vietnam - Detroit merchants arm for protection - A ladylike victory with duelingpistols.
The American Rifleman - March 1967-104 complete pages. `Cover: A 6 shot .32 rimfire S& W No. Revolver. Celler creates gun bill crisis in Congress - The Buntine special - Unusual bullet fingerprints - A handy workbench
American Rifleman - January 1996- 72 complete pages. Ruger P944 mid size .40 S & W - NRA celebrating 125 years of service to america - search for the truth at Ruby ridge - Cope bag : Rossi 971 .357 mag. and others.
American Rifleman - March 1993 -96 complete pages. NRA clays solves range problem. Dakota Arms offers a classic .22 sporter - Brian Enos' tips to make every shot count - Rexx Applegate: the connoisseur of close combat.
The American Rifleman - October 1964 -144 complete pages. -Camp Perry 1964 - Leading brass shotgun shells - Hunting the desert bghorn - Patterning a shotgun - Wasted whitetails - Jamboree shooting. civil war bullets
The American Rifleman - July 1964-120 complete pages. Cover: African Lion - Shooting international running deer - The .41 magnum cartridge - The Makarov pistol - A ventilated handgun rib - Hunting in Delaware.
The American Rifleman - June 1964 -136 complete pages. Cover: The traditional Flintlock Rifle - The Canadian infantry - NRA International shotgun program - The Hellenbeck Three barrel gun - Cleaning cartridge cases - hi standard Model D-100
The American Rifleman - May 1964 -112 complete pages/. Cover: 2 time national women's pistol champion Lt. Gail N. Liberty, USAF - Savage Model 6 rifle - Firing the shot - Economy sporter from the '03A3
The American Rifleman - April 1964-104 complete pages. Cover: A scottish all metal pistol -The Turkish infantry - H & R Mode 929 Side Kick revolver - Hunting mountain varmints - Rifle Caliber tracer cartridges
The American Rifleman - March 1964 -104 complete pages. Cover: M1 rifles being shot during competition. The Japanese Olympic shooters - Checkering metal - A report on federal gun legislation - The Cosmopolitan rifle -
The American Rifleman - February 1964-104 complete pages. Cover: Porcupine - The .300 Winchester Magnum - Components affect velocity - Hunting in France - Muzzle loading pistol shooting - The cold weather hunt - Handling semi automatic rimfire rifles
The American Rifleman - January 1964-104 complete pages. 93rd NRA annual meetings and exhibit - Modern sporting rifle bullets - policd combat training - Hunting in Wiscoknsin - Barrel lengths and patterns.