Gun Digest Annual TOC: 1995


The Gun Digest – 1995

 Table of Contents
S&W's Massive M&P by Gary M. Brown5
Walkin' and Eating' and Huntin' by Howard McCord8
All Those Other 30-30s by John Malloy13
The Joys of the Nostaligc Hunt by Robert J. Robel24
Darra Is Still There . . . And Still Makes Guns by Ray Rose30
The First Practical British Hammerless by Jack Bartlett33
Ashley Haines: An Appreciation by Jim Foral38
From Tommy Gun to Grease Gun by Konrad F. Schreier, Jr.52
A New Look at the Brush Gun Mystique by Don Zutz60
Boutique Cartridges Are Here by Holt Bodinson65
Early Auto Pistol Cartridges by John Malloy72
Joseph Szecsei's Fabulous Repeating Doubles by Holt Bodinson93
A Modern Trail Gun by C. E. Harris97
Sitting in Charlie's Chair by Sidney Du Broff102
Johnny Reb & His Guns by Edward R. Crews114
The 22 Rifles of World War II by Konrad F. Schreier, Jr.124
Make Noise to Kill Deer by Francis E. Sell129
A $600 Scope on a $200 Rifle? By Rob Lucas132
Elmer Keith – The Man and His Brooks by Gene Brown138
Poor Man's Deer Rifle by Len McDougall144
Shooting the Arisaka Match Rifle by John Malloy161
Frontier Justice by Joan Wenner, J.D.175
Handguns and the Physically Challenged by W. E. Sprauge177
Roving with Kephart by John Ross182
Cartridge Cases on the Trail by Sam Fadala186
Use a Big Rifle by Ray Ordorica193
Custom Guns204
Coming to Terms with a 25-20 by Francis Sell208
Art of the Engraver211
Expert Reports '95
Shotgun Review by Don Zutz68
Handguns Today: Sixguns and Others by Hal Swiggett82
Handguns Today: Autoloaders by J. B. Wood89
Rifle Review by Layne Simpson108
Blackpowder Review by Doc Carlson120
Scopes and Mounts by Bob Bell188
Handloading Update by Larry S. Sterett200
Ammunition, Ballistics and Components by Edward A. Matunas214
Ballistic Tables '95219
One Good Gun
A Workhorse Trapline 22 by Bob Noonan147
A Real 28-Gauge by Dick Eades150
A Very Good Mosseberg by Larry S. Sterett151
A Hard-Working Browning by Ted Stephens153
Colt's Conversion Unit by Lee Arten154
My Low-Cost Ruger 44 by Tracy A. Sanders157
An Un-British Hunting Rifle by Brian Purdy158
The East Germany Makarov by C. Rodney James164
NCP's Mach One Trap Gun by Larry S. Sterett166
Ruger's Old Army by C. E. Harris168
Bernardelli's P. One by Ken Warner171
S&W's Sigma by Ken Warner173
The Importance of Being Glock by Ken Warner173
Shooter's Marketplace225
Double-Action Revolvers308
Single-Action Revolvers318
Rifles – Centerfire
Lever & Slide Action332
Bolt Actions337
Single Shots355
Drillings, Combination Guns, Double Rifles359
Rifles – Rimfire
Lever & Slide Action366
Bolt Actions & Single Shots367
Competition Centerfires & Rimfires373
Slide Actions385
Bolt Actions & Single Shots405
Military & Police409
Blackpowder Guns
Single Shot Pistols412
Muskets & Rifles420
Air Guns
Long Guns440
Warranty Service Center Directory451
Metallic Sights463
Chokes & Brakes466
Scopes & Mounts467
Spotting Scopes480
Periodical Publications482
Arms Library484
Arms Associations503
Directory of the Arms Trade
Product Directory506
Manufacturer's Directory521
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