Gun Digest Annual TOC: 1994


The Gun Digest – 1994

 Table of Contents
Hunting Ruffed Grouse by Allan H. Pressley6
Looking Again at the 22 WMR by C. E. Harris10
The Most Important Rifle Ever Made by Jim Thompson14
Tricks and Treats for Your 45 by W. E. Sprague19
The Stinger Legacy by C. Rodney James28
M'zee and the Marmota by Rob Lucas33
Shotguns of the Thirties by Don Zutz39
Steyr GB: Too Good Too Soon? By Gene Gangarosa, Jr.44
The Action That Served Two Armies by Wilfrid Ward50
All About Modern Scope Reticles by Jack V. Slack60
Getting Down to Earth by Dwain Bland76
Bolt-Action Shotguns by John Malloy82
The Rubber Band Gun by Clarence E. Ellis101
Bringing Back a Classic by Roger Pinckney110
Reviving Old Reliable by John Ross114
Custom Guns118
Art of the Engraver120
Gun Users & Non-Users in Great Britain by Sidney Du Broff124
Air Guns on Big Game by J. I. Galan134
Building an Almost-Serious Rifle by Wilf MacGlais143
Ross Rudd's Singular Pistol by John Malloy156
Uncle Jack Krag by John Haviland161
Pick a 45 for Stopping Power by Ken Warner176
Make an Accurate 22 Semi-Auto by C. E. Harris180
Bell on Binoculars by Bob Bell186
Autoloader Classics by C. Rodney James193
The Best British Percussion Wheelguns by Jack Bartlett208
Jack Lewis on Guns, Prices (and) Hype by Ken Warner214
Expert Reports '94
Rifle Review by Layne Simpson65
Caseless Cartridges Arrive by Ken Warner70
Blackpowder Review by Doc Carlson94
The Guns of Europe by Raymond Caranta97
Shotgun Review by Don Zutz106
Scopes and Mounts by Bob Bell129
Handloading Update by Dean A. Grennell139
Handguns Today: Sixguns and Others by Hal Swiggett146
Handguns Today: Autoloaders by J. B. Wood152
Utility Guns by Larry S. Sterett177
The High-Tech Steyr SPP by J. I. Galan164
Shooting the Matchless Matchlock by J. W. Carlson166
Calico's 100-Shooter by R. B. Albach169
Oldies But Goodies: Sealed Eights by Hal Swiggett171
Interarms' 7.6×239 Mini-Mark X as a Scout Rifle by C. E. Harris173
One-of-a-Kind 22 Magnum Anschutz by Hal Swiggett174
One Good Gun
A Well-Traveled Friend by Sako by Bill Woodward198
A Classic Gets to Africa by Roderick S. Carman201
A Sweeter Sixteen: Finally by Robert Sherwood203
Sako's 375 Carbine by J. Terry Riebling206
Just One Ithaca 37 by Bruce D. Woods207
Ammunition, Ballistics & Components by Edward A. Matunas216
Ballistic Tables '94225
Shooter's Marketplace231
Double-Action Revolvers318
Single-Action Revolvers327
Rifles – Centerfire
Lever & Slide Action342
Bolt Actions346
Single Shots364
Drillings, Combination Guns, Double Rifles368
Rifles – Rimfire
Lever & Slide Action375
Bolt Actions & Single Shots376
Competition Centerfires & Rimfires382
Shotguns of the Thirties by Don Zutz
Slide Actions394
Bolt Actions & Single Shots414
Military & Police417
Blackpowder Guns
Single Shot Pistols420
Muskets & Rifles427
Air Guns
Long Guns448
Warranty Service Center Directory460
Metallic Sights472
Chokes and Brakes475
Scopes and Mounts476
Spotting Scopes489
Periodical Publications491
Arms Library493
Arms Associations511
Directory of the Arms Trade
Production Directory514
Manufacturer's Directory528
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