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and 180 grains silver tip. In
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hand loaded and range tested.
Mv favorite. the Weatherbv
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during my last hunt in Africa 1
and two hunts in India. It has
averaged over 90 per cent one-
shot kills. My most prized
trophy with it is a 525 Ib.
(weighed and measured) In-
dian tiger at eighty yards.



I' Les Bowman

used Sierra 30 cal.
180 gr. bullet for
National Intercollegiate Ladies'
Rifle Champion, prone position
this 1-shot kill
of 400 Ib. Grizzly.
used-that's my favor-
ite. It's a .22 Winchester
52, bolt-action, with peep
, , Les Bowman writes: sights. I used that in win-
** ning the championship,
"As one of Wyoming's largest out- scoring 400 x 400 twice.
; I fitters we help hunters all we can. As a member of the Bos-
Lots of hunters arrive with im- ton University Girls' Rifle
proper bullet loads. We help 'em Team, we competed via
mail against many other
by loading any caliber they desire. college teams all over the
. SIERRA is our choice in every country. And we were
. caliber." thrilled to beat the girls
from the University of
Denver. I'm superstitious,
so I won't shoot in any
competition unless I use
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very accurate, and has no
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with this rifle only a little
IERRA over a year ago. As a sen-
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Few things are more symbolic of our
American heritage than this October

UNS points with pride to the new name
appearing on our masthead for the first
time this month-the name- of Elmer Keith,
cover scene of a man, a dog, and a
g u n - a scene that will be repeated
times without number this Fall and,
internationally respected authority on hunt- God willing, for many Falls to come.
ing and shooting subjects generally.
OCTOBER, 1957 VOL. Ill, NO. 10-34
To say, "This man needs no introduction,"
is more than just a trite phrase in this in-
stance. Elmer Keith's books and articles
have been definitive texts in gun circles since THIS S S UE
1925. He is very ~ r o b a b lthe
~ most expe-
rienced hunter of American big game in the
business, was for 30 years a big game guide
shotgunning ...
WOODCOCK ARE EASY TARGETS.. ...................
.Byron W . Dalrymple 15
operating across the continent from Mexico
to Alaska. He fired on three National Match IS FEE SHOOTING THE ANSWER?. ......................... Johnny Mock 24
bigbore rifle teams, placed among the first ten
in four national individual bigbore matches
at Perry, is internationally famous for his
experimentation and shooting in the handgun
big game ...
LONG SHOTS DON'T MAKE GOOD HUNTERS.. ..............Clifton Camp 18
field, is quoted wherever men shoot as an HE LOOKED AS BIG AS A T A N K . . ....................Col. Charles Askins 28
authority on handloads for both handguns HE USES THREE RIFLES FOR DEER.. ..........................Jess T. Reid 34
and game rifles. He was Gun Editor of "Out-
doorsman" for 12 years, of "Western Sports-
man" for four years, has been on the tech-
nical and/or "contributing" staff of the
small game ...
SMALL GAME ON A BUDGET. ............................. .Carlos Vinson 21
"American Rifleman" for eight years, is the

workshop . . .
author of six classic books on guns and
shooting. His contributions to GUNS will
include feature articles and, as frequently THE PERFECT HUNTING COMPANION. .......................R. E. Maxey 31
as our space and his time allows, a depart-
ment under the heading "Elmer Keith Says."
The broadest title we could think of for El-
mer was "Shooting Editor!' He will talk
gun of the month .. l

THE MOUTIER MASTERPIECE. ..............................Carl Breihan 36

about nearly everything connected with
shooting, in the months to come-including
his first African safari which starts a few
months hence. We're proud to have Elmer
departments ...
M Y FAVORITE G U N . . ..........Janet Heidtmann and Dr. Clarence E. Fronk 4
with us, know that his contributions will
TRIGGER TALK ...................................................... 5
$p make GUNSmore valuable to you, the readers.
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Other stories in this and the two following GUNS I N THE NEWS .................................................. 6
> :issues follow the pattern of the hunting sea- CROSSFIRE ........................................................... 8
,& son. "Woodcock Are EASY Targets" startled ELMER KEITH SAYS.. .................................................. 10
$' us here, may give you a new slant on "the SHOPPING W I T H GUNS ............................................... 60
,'& bird everybody misses." "Is Fee Shooting
The Answer" presents a controversial sub-

which we may be forced to accept on
Hie basis of hard economic facts rather than
George E. von Rosen
E. B. Mann
Art Arkush
sentiment. Times do change, and fee shoot-
ing may be the biggest change in hunting William B. Edwards Elmer Keith
since the days of the Long Rifle. Barker TECHNICAL EDITOR SHOOTING EDITOR F!ed McLaren
But sentiment does have a place in hunt-
ing, and not even the cold facts of ballistics Louis Satz Marvin Ginn L. Pector Carlos Thut
can displace a favorite gun in the affections CIRCULATION ADVERTISING SALES ADVERTISING PRODUCTION
of many hunters. In "He Uses Three Rifles
For Deer," veteran hunter Jess Reid tells how Editorial Advisory Board
he bowed to ballistics without forsaking old COL. GEORGE M. CHINN CAROLA MANDEL STUART MILLER ALFRED G. COERC
loves. There's a lesson here, too, for every ROGER MARSH ROY G. DUNLAP VAL FORGElT KENT BELLAH
man who sights in a new rifle.
"Long Shots Don't Make Good Hunters"
(or vice versa) hits hard at shooting egos,
yet every hunter knows deep in his heart that
sportsmanship does end at an exact and
measurable distance from the muzzle of the REPRESENTATIVES: NEW YORK Eugene L. Pollock 40 East 40th St New York 16 N. Y. Murray
gun. What this distance is for you is the sub- Hill 5-6760. MIDWEST, Jack brovol 360 N hi an, Chicago "111 ~ ~ a n k l i n ' 2 - 2 4 8 4CALI-
ject of this story.
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stalking gaur in India, GUNS wishes
you "Good sport and safe shooting."
"I'm 3 away ten dollar bills this month, absolutely
.. .
free G.. -.cry purchase of a United Defense gun
We dl this rare collector's submachine gun, 9mm cali-
ber (dewat) for only $39.95 list price, but this month
only, if you will send us $49.95, we will enclose with each gun shipped a
brand new genuine US. ten dollar currency note ...
how can you lose?

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Jim Grigsby, proprietor of a meat packing

just $17.50. Good also for baking cakes, watering the dog.
More! mpany in Woodland, California, tells of a
nter who brought in a deer to be cleaned
d dressed. Nothing unusual about that,
- GI.igshy says, except that the deer was alive.
Ttie hunter, whose name Grigsby loyally
withholds, shot the deer, thought it was dead,
Pa eked i t in his car trunk. When the trunk
waIS opened, the deer jumped out and ran
aviray. The hunter got in his car, followed the
deer, shot it, brought it back, and Grigsby
dl,essed it.
0 0 0
E In the Ashfield, Mass., region a shotgun
ca mpaign to eliminate a family of beavers
wt10 persisted in blocking a seven-foot cul-
7 ve;rt failed. The eager beavers were too fast
an d smart for the shooters. A dynamite blast
finally had to be used to get rid of the beaver
0 0 0
In Blackstone, Mass., Korenlia Zariczny, a
72 -year-old great-grandmother, set up a block-
ade by her home and, armed .with a rifle,
resiisted efforts of local and state police to
talce away her condemned property.
0 0 0
It looks as if England's social fox hunting
Fast, easy, accurate Pacific Reloading frsiternity, an institution for centuries, may
Ño have been top choice of expert
b a n d b a d e n for a quarter century for
perfect low-cost ammunition. Often
1 be going into extinction. The reason is the
$1.40 that the Ministry of Agriculture is now
imitated, never oqualbd! Pacific Super Pa ying as bounty for every fox killed. Now
Tool complete with dies, shell holder,
jut it plain ordinary farmers are taking out
primer arm, $54.95. Automatic primer af'ter the foxes. The result is that there aren't
.?--A *- m" d y eriough of these quadrupeds to go around
~y more.
0 0 0
In Manitowoc, Wis., a rabbit hunter was
TOOL filled $100 and agreed to pay $250 damages
featuring built-in oil foramduldaocaruratu
a f 'ter he chased his target through the woods,
dampener reservoir, emir- economy price. Include ape- lost it and, in a fit of pique, took aim at a
atelb heat-treated alzlnx die.
to-'read indicator, bean farmer's horse and dropped it.
east lion muihined body.
a l l sted-hardened bear- 0 0 0
Ings and knives. Price *%. Automatic.
primer Q At Barnstead, N. H., 15 townsfolk went
comclete, s t i l l on19
"- feed t7.w. s1ieepless searching for a hunter reported lost.
s<)meone finally checked the home of the
hiinter, Raymond Carson. He was found
sl1umbering soundly away in bed, unaware
PACIFIC DIES tha t he had been reported missing.
Perfect concentricity ot 0 0 0
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DM* for absolute pre-
Q Harold Donahue of Glendive, Montana,
cision. An? die not test- caimplained to store clerk Jim Shirby that
Ing 100% fW dim- th e .22 revolver he recently purchased didn't
tolerances, and Bpeolflct- Wlork. As he waved the gun around, it dis-
tiona Is rejected. Set of
dies c o w for one oÈl ctiarged, sending a bullet into a metal button
ihre, $18.60. 01I Shirby's jacket sleeve. Police permitted
D.onahue to leave with his gun, a satisfied
SEE YOUR DEALER OR SEND FOR A FREE CATALOG OF istomer, convinced that it would shoot.
Near Wolfsville, Md., a youth testing his
d i t y to imitate squirrel chatter was too
iod. He was wounded by his father, who
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oar September issue has already testified

In accessories and service, as to our fay awareness of this situation. As
well as handguns, you'll find the to what we are doing: GUNS editors are
finest at Pachmayr carrying on an active campaign by mail,
Warning on Webleys telephone, telegraph, and personal discussion, ;
I read with interest the article on Webleys to enlist law makers and leaders of inter-;
in your May issue. As a GI in the Pacific ested groups in the war against existing and
during World War 11, I blew a Webley open proposed bad gun legislation. Technical
trying to shoot .45 ACP cartridges in it. The Editor Bill Edwards went to Washington, .
stirrup latch cracked through the bottom D.C., early in July to discuss firearms prob;.
of the rear sight "V," where the metal is lems with several interested Congressme
very thin. and his article (above mentioned) appea
As some gun dealers are selling old Web- in even longer form in Vol. 103, No. 124
leys converted to ACP .45, a word of warn- the Congresswnal Record under date of July

ing might be warranted. My gun may have 15, 1957. As to what you can do: read
been an old Mark IV made for black pow- Edwards' article in September GUNS or in
der. I t was a round butt with 4" barrel, the Congressional Record. Know your rights;
either Mark IV or V. Since the Mark V was know the facts about gun legislation and the
the first made for nitro powder, a few words interpretation of gun laws, pro and con.
should be included to enable the non-expert Then tell your representatives in your state
to distinguish between the Mark IV and and federal governments what you, as a
Mark V. The Mark VI is easily identified voter, want them to do in the maintenanc
"^ by its square butt. . of those rights. Do it now! -Editors.

Pachmayr NEW The Webleys are probably strong enough

for their own cartridge, but conversion is
risky. The pressure needed to force a jack-
eted bullet through the bore is probably a
Wants Cartridge Collector
I want to let you know how much I ap-
PISTOL CASE lot higher than with their own lead bullet.
Mr. Fred L. Smith
preciated the article (July '57 issue) by
Ruth C. Douglas . . . entitled "Guns are
The favorite with handgun shooters. Cleveland, Ohio our Protectors." We need more like this!
Widely used by service teams. Finest I have written the NRA requesting that they
construction. Grained simulated Law Without Legality arrange with you to have this article re-
leather in grey or maroon. Also As a subscriber to your good magazine, I printed in the "Rifleman." I t should be
simulated black or brown alligator. reprinted also in magazines such as "Ladies
4 Gun Model.. .................
(with back door..
am writing to you to find out if you are
aware of the recent announcement of the Home Journal" and other publications where
it will meet the attention of the non-shooting
5 Gun Model.. ................
(with back door..
Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division of the
Internal Revenue Service that it intended to gun-shy public.
I find that you have not included the Car-
"change" the regulations of the Federal Fire-
This model takes all spotting scopesup arms Act. Of course, these "changes" turn tridges for Collectors articles in GUNSmaga-
to and including B 6 L out to be a drastic and vicious tightening of zine since Nov., 1956. I would like to see
this act far beyond anything contained in this department reinstated.
Herbert R. 'Garrison
Guaranteed the act itself, such as entering premises for
search and seizure without a warrant or New York, N.Y.

4A t . warning, presumably on any pretext or none

Accuracitizing @ at all, and other equally reprehensible fea-

tares. I n effect, this power-greedy bureau is
writing its own law to supersede that of the
Perhaps I should draw your attention to
the fact that this dangerous action, and
Guns Are Our Heritage
I wish to thank you and your staff for
many hours of enjoyable reading. I am a
very ardent gun fan; have been one ever
since I fired my first single-shot rifle. I
now have many types of arms and have
others more and more restrictive that may enjoyed shooting and tinkering with my
logically be expected to follow in due time guns.
Test-fired and sites constitute not only a serious threat to shoot- I am in complete accord with a letter -in
adjusted b y e x p e r t ers but to patriotic citizens as well; and that Crossfire titled, "It's a Right, Not a Privi-
craftsmen. Micro-Sites this time, they are not emanating from the lege." I t seems to me that every time you
and trigger pull addi- turn around, some legislator or Senator or
tional.The ServiceTeams '
are makina records with 44 nuto-
crackpots and members of the lunatic fringe
but from the henchmen of the administration
some official is trying to put a ban on the
use of guns. I believe that guns are a
matic accuracitized What can be done about this situation? heritage of ours that should be held in high
~~U*.THREEWEEK $3250 Something should be. recognition. They helped make this country
DELIVERY. George W. Courtney what it is today, a free country. They also
Richmond, Indiana help to prevent a foreign government from
trying to take us over by force.
The article, "Why Not a PRO-gun Law?" Daniel E. Gilbert
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RELOADING THE .44 die will reform the big magnum case back as
far as i t expands nicely. However, the fact
MAGNUM that .44 Magnum brass is much thicker than
.44 Special brass, necessitates that expand-
T HE .44 Magnum is not only our most
powerful handgun cartridge; it is also
one of the finest six-gun cartridges ever pro-
ing plugs be turned down to about .423" to
.424" so that the case will not be expanded
duced for the hand-loader. The case is of again after being resized. The factory bullet
solid head construction and is .1 inch longer is not a gas check but a part jacket and has
than the .44 Special, or the same length as a very thin jacket that covers the base band
the .357 Magnum brass. This .44 Magnum and also the lower grease groove. This en-
case however is of much heavier material ables Remington to use the soft lead bullet
and has the thickest side walls of any re- so necessary to their extrusion and swedging
volver case I have ever reloaded. machines and still hold the rifling at high
The factory load produces plenty of power velocity and give very fine accuracy. In re-
and pressure. For best results I believe that loading, one is far better off with a cast
the hand-loader should stick to pressures and bullet of one part tin to 16 parts lead. Then
velocities slightly under the factory load. no jacket is needed. Bullets should be sized
The factory load must develop around 40,000 exact groove diameter. My Smith & Wesson,
to 42,000 pounds pressure, but the Smith & the first one sent out from the factory, has
Wesson .44 Magnum revolver will handle it, a groove diameter of .429" and we have
and so will the Ruger Blackhawk for the heard of some going .430" and one .43lV.
same cartridge. Both guns are superbly ac- The factory slug mikes .431".
curate and fine examples of six-gun building. The factory bullet is a modification of one
The Remington factory, which developed of my designs and I have also found my Ideal
the .44 Magnum cartridge, has every facility bullet No. 429421 in 250 grain solid or 235
for checking pressures and velocities and grain hollow-point, or hollow base, to be the
their ballisticians know exactly what they best for reloading this cartridge. Both Smith
precision-made optical are doing and what these guns will stand. & Wesson and Ruger cylinders are a full
instrument. New 7 -lens The hand-loader-with only a bench tool, 1%" long, and both will take the long mag-
components, and steel and other penetration num case with the Keith bullet properly
system with all lens sur-
tests, as well as only the case and primer, for seated with one band out of the case and
faces hard coated t o as-
pressure indications-can very well leave the well crimped in the bevelled crimping groove.
sure bright, sharp image
and with Mossberg'spop- top loading of this fine cartridge to the fac- So loaded, this bullet is superbly accurate
ular internal adjustment tory. They alone are equipped to load it to with any load, .from a light target load of 5
such high velocity and pressures safely. This grains Bullseye, or a heavier target load of
of cross hair reticule.
does not mean that he cannot safely make up 8.5 grains of Unique, or our heaviest load
New "Tip-on" Mount much more powerful hand loads than he has of 22 grains of 2400 Hercules.
ever used before, but we believe it well to The factory load we pulled down contained
Rugged, yet simple. Mounts quickly a n d
leave the top-bracket loads in the hands of 22.2 grains of a powder that looks and seems
easily on hlossberg a n d all other 22 cali-
very similar in characteristics to Hercules
ber rifles with grooved receivers just - the factory.
The new cartridge can be handloaded with 2400 but is possibly a powder made by
"tip-on" and tighten screws.
.44 Special dies, as the .44 Special case-sizing (Continued on Page 12)
Rifle shown is MODEL146B.. .22 d,
bolt action repeater with largest maga-
zine capacity in t h e world. Holds 30
Shorts o r 20 L o n g Rifle cartridges.
$35.95.* One of many Mossbergs.
F R E E :Send for catalog showing t h e
new C-LECT-POWER scope with "Tip-
on" mount. Also Mossberg's 4-power
"Slide-on" scope, MODEL4M4, with in-
ternal adjustment feature ( $10.95) and
all Mossberg rifles and shotguns. There's
a Mossberg dealer near you. He'll b e glad

t o show you these fine models.

for accuracy B o t h h i s o w n bullet (left) a n d f a c t o r y .44 M a g n u m loads w e r e t e s t e d by K e i t h w h o
f o u n d o n killing 30 h e a d of beef c a t t l e t h a t handloaded I d e a l #429421 "Keith bul-
781 10 st. John st., New Haven 5, Conn. let" penetrated well, held together. Slugs o f t e n drove into s p i n a l column.

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Dupont. We pulled some factory bullets and
then loaded our 250 grain slug (cast one to
16 tin and lead and sized .429"1 down on
the factory powder load and primer and gave
them a good stiff crimp. They shot superbly,
but indications on both primer and case as
well as recoil and report indicated at least
5,000 pounds less pressure. This is due to
the exact groove-diameter bullet and its
much harder temper than the factory slug.
We used both our own cast bullets, also
COLADONATO BROS. + ~opyrighi bullets of our design, cast, sized and lubri-
cated, as retailed by Wisler Western Arms
Co.., 205-8 2nd St., San Francisco, Calif.

We also tried their version of my bullets
that were copper plated and these proved
I even better, if anything, than the standard

I buy the best I alloy bullet; no leading at all and superb

accuracy at all ranges up to 600 yards.
In killing some 30 head of beef cattle,

~ mostly large range bulls, we found that my
250 grain bullet held together better than
the factory slug and penetrated slightly
deeper. The factory slug and load, however,

Gun illustrated i s the 37R Deluxe model, one of the famous lthaca Featherlighf
family! his model sports a solid raised rib, for perfect pointing on game or target,
I has never failed to penetrate completely
through the brain of the largest bulls running
from 1800 to a ton in weight. On frontal
also has the beavertail forend demanded by a l l crock shots. Forend and stock are shots, placed in the center of the forehead
handsomely-figured native black walnut. in line with the scapula and spinal cord, we
have found the base band only and part of
are made of all safe, solid steel, giving you the greatest strength with lightness
and strong enough to handle the 2% inch magnum shells as wall as the 2%
inch standard loads.
, t
Ithaca, has ultra-fast bottom election, a feature that protects the shooter
and the gun. Shell explosion, gases, burned powder, etc., cannot be thrown
back in shooter's face. Dirt, rain, snow, sleet, cannot enter the gun while ,
shooting. All models can be ordered with left-handed safely a t no
extra cost.
All Ithaca guns are now equipped with /'- \
the original I
First .44 Magnum was shipped from
ITHACA RAYBAR SIGHT factory to Keith who had it engraved
helps improve your shooting under any \ and stocked to his own specifications.
outdoor lighting condition. Helps you \
get on target foster. No more misses the jacket in the first joint of the neck in
because of poor light. Ithaca Raybor the spinal cord. With our heavy 22 grains
Sights also fit all other makes and .s 2400 Hercules hand loads and Keith 250
grain solid, cast one to 16 tin and lead, the
models of shotguns.
bullet has often penetrated a couple inches
SEE ITHACA SHOTGUNS AND more of neck bone or meat.
SIGHTS AT YOUR DEALERS On entrance, after penetrating through the


I very thick skin on the frontal skull plate of
these old bulls, the factory load punches at
BOOKLET least a .60 caliber hole through the skull.
showing clearly that it has expanded or
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mushroomed very well on the skin alone, be-
Six designs, all new. Complete, simple
fore reaching the bone. The hand load as
detailed instructions. By special ar- above of course shows a much smaller en-
rangement with the author you can trance hole in the skull, as it is so much
have this $1 booklet for 50c coin (no stomps). if New harder and thus resists deformation more.
booklet on Shooting Tips and Featherlight information This in turn accounts for its slightly deeper

25c. penetration, as it very definitely is not as
"Since 1880 heavy a load as the factory load.
We have shot bulls through the brain from
Great Cunsi" the side and also from the rear standing
above them on a platform, and in all cases
the factory load or our heavy handload has
ITHACA Gun company, Inc made complete penetration of the brain, even
though it also had several inches of bulging
Dept. 53 Ithaca, N. Y. heavy neck muscles to penetrate before strik-
ing the skull on the rear-end shots. On
some side shots the slug was found com-
(Continued on Page 42)
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Developed from the original MP-18 (above). This submachine
gun was adopted by the Belgian Army prior to WW II. Magazine
holds 32 rounds of 9MM Parabellum Luger ammo. Bbl. length
is 7.8"; overall 31%"; weighs 9 Ibs. Has leaf rear sight and
safety above trigger. Fires single shots or continuous
at rate of 600 per minute.


Made for the Austrian Army in 9MM Luger caliber, later many
Sea sent to Franco forces for use in Spanish Civil War. Trigger system
pivots at its center and a pull at upper section fires single shot
(breech stays open until trigger released) and a pull on lower
half gives continuous fire until trigger is released. Has muzzle
compensator. Marked with Nazi Elite German troop
lightning flash insignia.

forces during the Civil War.



Modified by Germans in Northern Italian factories early in WW II.
Fires 9MM Parabellum Luger ammo. Its barrel Jacket was eliminated
for weight saving. Barrel has been fluted its entire length to
provide cooling surface. Near muzzle end the barrel has been cut
away at top to provide the general function of a compensator


British ammo. After rejecting the .38 cal. models, they adopted
the more feasible German 9MM Luger caliber and also for the
purpose of using captured German ammo.
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Woodcock are

Twoodcock the likes
HREE SEASONSAGO,two friends and stumbled upon a gathering of flight
of which I hardly dare to hope I'll ever again. They
were in a brushy flat paralleling a north-Michigan trout stream. We walked
half a mile and had over a hundred birds in the air, sometimes as many as
four and five at once. Anyone who has ever shot woodcock will realize that
this was a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence.
The shooting, however, was strictly routine. My two hunting buddies, who
have spent most of their adult lives at gun sports, collected several bushels
of alder leaves, a number of poplar saplings, a lot of sky-and two woodcock.
It was a horrible exhibition. Yet the& same hunters can and do kill ruffed
grouse, pheasants, or ducks regularly and with precision. .
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Many sportsmen prefer the quick shots of a double, side-by-

side or over-under. for woodcock, but author says guns may
range from "21" quality to inex&nsive H & R single (right).

Elusive woodcock were first flushed by black cocker spaniel whose thick coat allows him to plunge into
underbrush when he scents a bird. Experienced hunters know value of gun dogs for upland shooting.
, . "Why?" I asked, showing them my own birds.
They were annoyed with me. "Everybody knows wood-
cock are tough targets," they told me. "You were just
That experience emphasizes two ~ o p u l a rmisconceptions
about woodcock. First, note the place where this con-
centration of birds was found. This was Michigan. Yet
shotgunning lore, whether written or spoken, indicates
that the woodcock is a variety of wild poultry numerous
only in the east, in New England and Pennsylvania.
Second, and in spite of the shouts of rage this state-
ment will bring forth from woodcock hunters, the wood-
cock is not really a difficult target for the gunner. He is,
in fact, an easy target. He is simply a bird wrapped up
in the almost impregnable armor of a legend. The legend
says he's tough to hit, and hunters believe it. With
the result that even experienced gunners, when they find
themselves facing the flying "timberdoodles," shoot like
Let's take these two misconceptions in the order in
which they were stated. The fact that the Great Lakes
country is a woodcocker's paradise is important because
it puts a new and fabulous variety of field shooting within
hunting-trip reach of hundreds of thousands of hunters a

who never knew it was there. New England, New York,

and Pennsylvania have long been known as "woodcock
country" because of the flights that pass over these areas
from the breeding grounds in Nova Scotia and New
Brunswick. But there is a tremendous woodcock breed-
ing reservoir also in Ontario directly north of Lakes
Huron, Michigan, and Superior from which great flocks
migrate annually southward across the Great Lakes
country. The two peninsulas of Michigan lie in the very
center of this migration route, and more woodcock are
harvested each Fall in Michigan than in any other state
-sometimes more than in several of the eastern wood-
cock states combined. Woodcock shooting in this region
matches or excels any I have ever seen, and I am no
stranger to the eastern coverts.
So much for where to find them. The next question
is, how to hit them.
What is astonishing is not so much the ingrained belief
that woodcock are difficult, or the fact that hunters do
miss them, but why. The plain truth is, probably no game
bird on earth is easier to topple. Fundamental blame for
the gunner's failure to do so lies mainly in the following "Easy to shoot" woodcock perch-
situation. Almost every wingshot has the solid conviction, es atop nest, was shot by tele-
photo lens, but hunter finds bet-
gained from endless repetition of the usual woodcock ter shooting sliding two shells
malarky, that this bird is a (Continued on page 40) through pump for Uffh doubles.
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Front sight blade of any sporting rifle can be used

as gauge for range estimation. Learn by experi-
ment how much space the blade covers at known dis-
tances. Use this measurement against size of known
areas on average game targets to judge distance.

I HAVE A QUARREL with some of the hunting ex-

perts who write for magazines. They stand too
far from the game they kill.
That mav not be bad. for them. Thev. ,, or some
of them, are fine hunters, equipped with the finest
guns, the best sights, and the knowledge and skill
necessary to make those lone shots. ~ u thent thev
boast about those shots, in print. And Mr. ~ v e r a &
Hunter, who spends maybe two or three days a year
in the woods and fires mavbe six shots out of a bie-
game rifle once a season, reads those brags and tries
to do likewise. With the result that hundreds of fine
game animals die in lingering agony from hits in
places far removed from the quickly lethal areas
recommended by the writing experts. .
Why do these experts boast about such shots,
anyway? It's not hunting. There is no game animal

How far is it from this hunter to any given point in picture?

Before you guess, note crest of steep drop just above hunter's .-.
head. Terrain like this will fool even experienced gumem. :

Good hunters can and do get shots like this, for clean kills.
Hunter at right, marking deer target, has just proved that he
was shooting too far for good sportsmanship with his ability.
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f in the United States at which any man should ever find it

necessary to shoot at any range much over 300 yards-
get together to talk about hunting. It's a funny thing: no
fisherman ever tells about catching a small fish, and no
and not many men have any right, if they consider them- hunter ever confesses killing deer at less than 200 yards.
selves sportsmen, to shoot at any game animal at much So I'll offer to bet the crowd, each man individually, that
more than half that distance! Varmints? That's different. he can't put two consecutive bullets out of his pet rifle into
But if you must pamper your ego by placing a bullet on a a 12-inch circle at 200 yards, firing offhand, both shots
mark at fantastic ranges, let it be at varmints or at an within ten seconds. Twelve inches being a fair to generous
inanimate target. Long-range hits on game may prove that estimate of the lethal target on most American big game
you're a marksman, that you have a fine rifle and know animals, this seems to me to be a fair proposal.
how to use it; but they don't prove that you're a hunter. Sure, I'd lose to you; you're a dead-eye marksman. But
The hunter is the man who can (and does) get close enough do you want to bet that I wouldn't win from ten out of
to game to kill it cleanly, without much worry about slide- twelve "average" hunters? And if I win, that proves that
rule ballistics. He is like the expert pool player who "never those ten out of twelve average hunters are not being good
leaves himself a hard shot." He puts himself in such posi- sportsmen if they take 200-yard offhand standing shots at
tion that the shot is easy. game. (And I'm talking now about still targets only. We'll
You want to know how far is far, for you? come to running game later.)
There's a little bet I like to offer when groups of men So what should these ten out of twelve hunters do? Well,
if they feel that they just must shoot at such ranges-they'd Do you want to know what your limit of sportsmanlikb
be wrong, of course; 90 per cent of the deer killed on this range is at a running deer? Take a two-quart can and
continent are killed a t much shorter ranges-they can prac- have a friend roll it down a steep slope across your field of
tice until they can hit at those ranges, under hunting fire. Try it at varying ranges. If it bounces, so does a buck.
conditions. If it swerves, so may he. When you find the range at which i
But suppose the person hasn't the time or the inclination you can invariably hit that target, you have the range at
to do that much shooting. If he still wants to hunt, let him which you can sportingly shoot at running game having a
try this same test from progressively shorter ranges until lethal area equal to the size of that can.
he arrives at the distance from which he can put his shots Before you scream too loudly at these statements, con-
inside the lethal target. That distance may be 100 yards, sider this question: If you agree, as all sportsmen do agree,
or 150, or 50Ñan you'd be surprised how many week-end that it's a dirty trick to leave wounded game to die in the
hunters will fall into that last category! Whatever it is, woods, isn't it a dirty trick to shoot at game you can't be
let him fix that distance in his mind and swear "so help pretty sure you can kill cleanly? You haven't the excuse
him" never to shoot at any game animal beyond that dis- of hunger; you're out for fun. Let's keep it clean.
tance. If he keeps that vow, he's a sportsman. And what is "But what about us guys," you say, "who sit tight watch-
even more important, he'll get more fun out of hunting. ing a trail or a game passway-us guys with good scope-
He can enjoy sighting game at long ranges without feeling sighted rifles which we can shoot pretty darn well, who
that old pressure to shoot at targets he knows in his heart shoot at standing or slow-moving targets, from sitting or
he can't hit properly; and he will learn the thrills of kneeling positions or from a rest?"
stalking. The fun of hunting is not in killing but in the Your maximum range may be 20 yards, 250, 300Ñor
chase, in out-smarting a wily opponent. I'll admit, even farther. But just as in the cases previously
"But," you say, "What about running targets? mentioned, it is the maximum distance at which you can
In my opinion, not one man in a thousand has any right, make sure, clean, one-shot kills. But before you start
as a sportsman, to fire at a running big game animal at any dreaming of 500 or 600 yard kills, how good are you at
range much beyond that at which he could unfailing hit the range estimation? How accurately can you gage the dis-
same target with a pebble. tance between you and your (Continued on page 50)

Extreme ranges indicated

by military leaf sight at
left are strictly for blan-
keting fire, not for game-
killing accuracy. 200 yard
leaf on snorter at right is
a realistic hunting range.


by American sportsmen every
year for sporting .arms and ammu-
nition. No other nation on earth spends
as much, and nowhere else on earth
can the average citizen exercise as
much freedom with sporting arms as
we can here in the United States and
Canada. This is a privilege of which
we should be proud, a privilege we
should cherish.
But "Mr. Average" among American
hunters is not a millionaire. A big per-
centage of American sportsmen op-
erate on a tight budget. Thousands of
us who like to hunt are family men in
the low or middle income brackets.
The amounts we can spend for sport-
ing arms and ammunition, or for
travel and incidental expenses, are
strictly limited. We like to hunt, we
intend to hunt, but we haven't much
dough to throw at the birds.
1 think that I am myself a pretty
good example of the average hunter.
Outdoor writing is my chief occupa-
tion, but we outdoor scribes are just
average working joes. Precious few of

Side-by doubles of U.S. make have all

but faded from the low priced scene but
imports like FI Janssen Belgian gun
used by successful pheasant hunter in
Minnesota now compete with Fox guns.


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There are bobwhite, cottontail, squir- Completing my present list is still an-
rel, fox, and coon within easy walking other Marlin, a model 884 auto-
distance of my home. There is al- loader in .22caliber.
ways crow shooting, and a thirty min- I plan to buy another gun as soon
ute drive from my home will put me as my budget will permit it. I want a
in good woodchuck country. There is varmint rifle, probably in .222caliber,
fairly good deer hunting fifty or sixty equipped with some good eight-power
miles from my home, and in the ex- scope. When I get this one more gun I
treme eastern part of my home state will be equipped adequately to do just
there is good hunting for bear and about any kind of hunting that I am,
wild boar. In the western part of apt to get a chance to do.
Tennessee we have excellent duck My guns were not assembled over-
hunting. night. The pair of over-unders came
The guns I have for my own per- first. Then, about a year later, I bought
sonal use are not fancy. They are well the .22 auto-loader. Another year or so
made, substantial arms, and with them after that I bought the .30-30.Auto-
I get my share of game. I operate on a matic washing machine and family car
very close budget, and I have to get the deals will very likely delay my getting
most for my money even in guns. I am the new varmint rifle.
not financially able to buy every gun Why all Marlins? Well, there is
that I see that I like. When I buy a
new gun I have to plan ahead very
carefully. Hunting on a budget is like
doing anything else on a budget: it
requires caution and common sense to
keep the budget from getting out of
us ever reach the wealthy stage. It is balance.
just another way to make a living, Let's start off with my pair of Mar-
and not an easy one. However, we do lin Model 90 over-under shotguns. I
get to try 'out many different guns and have a 12 gauge Model 90-ST, and a
loads and types of outdoor sports 20 gauge Model 90-DT.The 12 gauge
. equipment, gaining experience which has 28 inch full choke and modified
we try to pass on to others. barrels; the 20 gauge has 26 inch
I live in the hill country of cen- modified and improved cylinder bar-
tral Tennessee. I am a country rels.
dweller, and my place is in average Then I have a Marlin Model 336

Checking fox tracks, Michigan hunters carry Poly-Choked

shotguns for open-bore shooting as foxes are run by dogs.
really no special reason for my choos-
ing the Marlin brand. I simply got a
chance to try out a Marlin Model 90
over-under right after they came out
with the model, liked it, and got myself
a pair of them. They are well made
substantial guns, and they perform
beautifully. Their recoil is light in
comparison to m o s t side-by-side
doubles, and they handle rifled slug
loads more accurately than the side-
by-side doubles when used for big
game hunting. Like some guns of other
makes, these are "a lot of gun for the
money ."
My four guns represent an invest-
ment of around $340.00. My ,22 auto-
loader is equipped with a B-6 Weaver
scope, and recently I installed a
Weaver K2.5 scope on my .30-30. The
total cost is still under $400.00 for the
four guns. The varmint rifle, complete
with scope, when and if I get it, will
shove my total investment in guns up
to $500.00 or just a little over, depend-
ing on the scope I choose. In my esti-
mation, for five really good guns
capable of killing any kind of game I
am apt to hunt, this will not be a "top-
heavy" investment. Practically any
average" hunter can manage such a
budget over a period of say three or Pair of cottontails were bagged by Vinson with Marlin 90 (left) and his 76-
four years. (Continued on page 47) year-old father, Brown Vinson, using Winchester 50 12 gauge tor this game.
Trombone "12" bagge"
three handsome birds in
hands of Boise, Idaho,
huntress Maxine Nelson.
Varminter set for foxes with Model 70 sporting %power variable Bausch &
Lomb glass can keep his gear within budget by using firms' easy payment plans.
Pen-raised pheasant loosed before hunting season on managed shooting preserve rises'
before double gun of hunter who finds targets just as tough as the "wild" ones he hunted.



HEW ARE PEOPLE in this country-people who should know the subject-
w h o say that the day of free hunting in America is ending. Certainly the
hunting scene is changing with each season that passes; changing more rapidly
than most hunters believe.
We are all aware of the long-range changes. We know the story of the pas-
senger pigeon, whose flights once darkened our skies with day-long curtains of
countless millions of wings. The passenger pigeon is gone. We know the story
of the buffalo, once also numbered high in the millions, now gone except for
small, well-guarded herds. But are we equally aware of the rapid effects of our
changing economy on wildlife today, on hunting as we know it? Thickening
population, expanding and more intensive fanning, the draining of swamps and
the control of rivers, and the mushroom growth of new housing communities
are destroying waterfowl feeding grounds, replacing game coverts with lawns
and concrete, driving game back and back into the few remaining zones of safety.
Hunters are aware of the increasing "No Hunting" resistance of farmers and

Holding chukar partridge (left), one of many birds released on his game farm
for fee hunters, is Max Crawley, owner of preserve near Gravetb, Arkansas.

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property owners against the man with the gun. Many are indignant *
about it. It is an ancient American concept that game belongs to us '
all- against the even older European concept that it belongs to the
owner of the land on which it is found. Our law supports our con-
tention that game is in the public domain; but it supports also the
equally basic belief that an owner of property has inalienable rights
to defend that property against trespass. And this includes farmers
who own land over which "our" game uses. It is only through
the generous (and rather amazing) tolerance of farmers and land-
owners generally that hunting has continued to be as free as it is.
. .
But that tolerance is dwindling . and with cause.
There is no real reason why a landowner should welcome armed
invasion of his land by any stranger who buys a hunting license.
You complain when your neighbor or his children or his dogs invade
your lawns, trample your gardens, destroy your shrubs. The farmer

Clearing fence like hurdler, pointer re-

trieves pheasant on game farm. Fee

hunting sites cultivate growth along
fences to furnish cover for natural hunt-
ing. At right, New Jersey sportsman
congratulates setter for good retrieve.
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complains when hunters weaken his fences, trample his crops,

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shoot his stock, leave his gates open, use weapons carelessly near
his home and family. Who can blame him? True, we are not
all guilty of these offenses; but enough of us are guilty to justify
the fears of the farmer; and the innocent suffer with the guilty.
Yet hunting must go on, not only for the benefit of the hunter
but for the support of the wildlife conservation agencies which
are fighting hard and well to maintain this important and color-
ful segment of our national heritage.
Times change, and perhaps free shooting must be replaced
by fee shooting-by hunting over controlled game preserves
commercially managed as game-raising and game-havesting
businesses. Provided these businesses are well managed, there
is not much difference, after all, between these and the con-
trolled hunts staged on federal or state preserves by conservation
agencies. There is not much difference in the fee, for many of
these officially managed hunts require "special"^Llicenses.
"special" fees. .&- . ;
But the controlled shooting vreserve. when privately owned
u *

and run for profit, is the center of a stork of controversy. Hunt-

ers, some of them, despise these buinesses, insist that such shoot-
ing is not sport, that birds or other game are being bred and
fed for sheer slaughter.
"Iis just possible that we need to re-orient our ideas of what
is sport and what is slaughter. American hunters cried out in
righteous horror only a few years ago (and some still do)
against the "unsportsmanlike slaughter of female deer." Yet
the growth and strengthening of deer herds following properly It's a $3 paid-in-advance bird, but hunter found it
timed and properly controlled doe seasons proved the wisdom just as wild, just as fast, as its wild-bred cousins.
of this victory of science over misguided gallantry. American
hunters have long and loudly decried the European custom of
driving game birds over the guns of (Continued on page 38)

On Pennsylvania game farm paid-up

hunter tests claims that fee shooting
"isn't sporting'' by missing two shots at
old cock 'rising rapidly through tangle.
Charging from thirty yards, this "pygmy" gaur
soaked up bullet after bullet from big Alaskan .&0-
400 before he fell for keeps, five yards from gun.



stuck his big toe into the steam- selves, growing crustier with the years, nursing tempers that
ing "sign" of a bantong bull and looked reflective.
Knowing Nhon, I knew that, from the evidence there be-
are forever evil. According to Nhon, this one was very
close, if not very big; a banteng bull, distant relative to
fore him, he could tell within a matter of yards and minutes the African Cape buffalo, big game in any language, and
how far we were from the trophy we were seeking. game practically unknown to American sportsmen. This
It was an altogether leasa ant situation, I reflected. We was a trophy I wanted!
had splashed across the Da-Dung directly after daylight Minutes later, we hauled up hard at the foot of a gentle
to prowl the river's lower reaches. The country was only slope, rock-strewn and sparsely grassed. Here and there,
gently mountainous. It was wooded, but not thick, and the trees limited vision to a couple of hundred yards. The
grass was only hock-high. Wet grass and water dripping sign pointed toward the crest so upward we moved, not
from the trees, plus a gentle steady drizzle, provided a sort hurrying, although the track was so plain now that we
of air-conditioning against the heat. And we were on a hot could have broken into a dog trot. The old bull had joined
trail. Very soon after crossing the river; Nhon had cut the with others here, and we were on a banteng highway.
track of an old banteng bull, one of those oldsters who, I poked my head above the ridge and there, bore-sighting
whether by natural temperament or because they are driven me, were eight or ten of the most poisonous looking crit-
away from their herds by younger bulls, range by them- ters I have ever seen. Every eye was on me. Every head
was turned in my direction, each muzzle upraised and pointed like a
cocked pistol. Blacker than the imps of hell, statuesque and immobile,
they loomed as large against the verdant jungle as so many M-48 tanks.
It seemed to me that the critters, unafraid, teetered on the edge of
decision, whether to charge me, stand boldly, or run. And it didn't
seem likely that they would run.
I had traveled ten thousand miles for this meeting and, while I was
uncertain about the agenda for the session as drawn up by the
banteng, mine had long since been thought out. In the space of a
couple of seconds, I selected the biggest bull. He had very con-
siderately arranged himself so as to give me a quartering silhouette,
and I proceeded to lace 400 grains of metal into the point of his
shoulder. The range was 30 yards.
The bull went down. But he came up again just as rapidly, and
running. I delivered another two-bits worth of lead, and again Both hunters scored on this gaur, with As-
he piled up. This time he stayed down-for maybe three or four kins (left) shooting his .450-400 Alaskan and
seconds. I galloped forward, anxious to gloat over this bovine that "The General" (right) using Askins' .458.
could soak up 800 grains of metal in the space of a half-dozen
The banteng got to his feet. Again, from 20 yards, I shot him
behind the shoulder. This folded him. He struck the ground and

It took eleven shots, ten in highly vital areas-a total of 4,630 grains of hot, high-
velocity lead-to drop this 11 f t long, 6 ft. tall, 3,090 lb. "solitaire" gaur bull.
Sturdy jeeps negotiated the jungle trails
successfully, but each bridge was a new
adventure, requiring careful testing and
repair before laden cars dared to cross.

Tiger trap failed to hold wary

cat which ate bait, backed out
without touching trap trigger.

Tiny muntjac or barking deer is KY

skidded. I closed in to 15 feet. He struggled to rise, and I spoon-

fed him yet another-the fourth-.450 slug.
That wound his clock. The gunning from first shot to last had
probably used up 10 seconds, all from 30 yards range down to five.
The gun was my .450-400, a lever action M71, rechambered and re-
barreled to .450 by an hombre named ~ohnson,an old sourdough
from deep in the Alaska muskeg. He worked up the shooting iron
as proper medicine for the Kodiaks of the willow thickets. He
calls the howitzer the -450 Alaskan. The cartridge is the .348 Win-
chester blown out to .45 and stuffed with 63 'grains of propellant
behind a 400-grain bullet. The alleged ballistics are 2140 feet per
second coupled with 4110 foot pounds of muzzle energy.
Why did I choose this rifle? I am a southpaw, a left hander. One
person in every 16 is born that way. We have today 16 to 18 mil-

lion sportsmen. If these shooting men represent an average cross
section of our population, then we may assume that more than one
million of these Americans are left handed. But the only truly potent
"standard" weapons suitable for African and Asian game are bolt
action, with bolt-handles on the right for right-handers only. Seems
to me that the manufacturers are missing a whale of a big market
in not providing left handled guns for these southpaw shooting men.
Anyway, it was this situation which persuaded me to select a wildcat
lever-action rifle, the first I have ever used on really big game. It is not
a long range arm, but I did not expect it to be. I am a strong believer in
working in close and, since most of the (Continued on page 44)



AVE YOU EVER wished for a perfect hunting partner-one who handlea ,iis
H guns safely and well-an ardent and sincere hunter more interested in
the pursuit of the game than in the ~ o k e rgame going on in someone's cabin
a sportsman in the truest sense of the word, who would never bellyache
about the weather, his equipment, or the apparent scarcity of game, but would
concentrate on overcoming these obstacles and making the hunt a success?
In the old West, "He'll do to ride the river with" was high praise, describing
man with courage, loyalty, and a sense of humor that would carry him through
all sorts of hardships and difficulties. "He'll do to hunt with" has the same
meaning. Your hunting partner should be able to laugh when things go wrong,
when the game escapes, as it sometimes does, when blankets are wet and fires
won't light, or even when you tell a joke he's heard before.
Handling a gun safely and efficiently would be practically second nature
to this ideal hunting companion. You would never find yourself gazing down
the barrel of his gun while he nervously fumbled with the safety or trigger.
Stock-shortened 30-30 carbine can

by worked okay by Larry but dad
makes light handloads for less kick.

Second-hand 20 gauge had new

straight Ithaca stock fitted. Cutts
2 r....
y y y y$ ,
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In fact, you could be certain that his gun would never better) to be a h u n t h comvanion to suit my require-
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point at you under any circumstances. And as for being me& You can do the same. he recipe is simple. Take
shot by him due to the mistaken idea that you were legal one small boy, brimming over with the energy, enthusi-
g a m e t h i s simply couldn't happen. asm, and love of the outdoors that is typical of the species.
Are you saying, "There ain't no such animal?" You're Add years of thought and loving pidance, and you will
not far from right. We've all looked for such a partner; have a hunting companion beyond compare.
some have found him and some haven't. Yet some of My particular small boy is named Larry, and he is 8%
these qualities are not only desirable but actually essen- years old and weighs 62% pounds. If you don't think
tial, and I made up my mind a long time ago that my those half figures are important, just ask him his weight
hunting buddy would have them, or I would hunt alone. or age. He has been hunting with the .22 rifle since he
I have been on several lonely hunting trips. I got game, was about five years old, always with me, of course, and
but there was something missing. There was no sharing. with strict supervision.
Without this sharing a hunt loses half its savor, perhaps Last year he broke-in on the shotgun, and is now look-
more. So I kept looking. And it paid big dividends. , ing forward to the next hunting season with as much antic-
I now have such a hunting partner, though it has re- ipation as I am. Fast flying doves proved a little too much
quired the passage of years and the investment of a great for him, but he killed a few ducks last year and he knows
deal of thought and care and work. You see, my hunting he will get a whole bunch next season.
partner is my son-raised (or reared, if you like that The guns Larry uses are not man sized weapons, but
"Perfect hunting companion'' Max-
ey uses father's sporterized Carbine
on varmints and small frame,has
own battery of stock-cut Ithaca,
94 carbine in 30-30, and 32 rifle.
His favorite pistol is 22 PPK Wal-
ther with which he pops tin cans.

Youthful hunter earns title of "Nimrod"

by prowess such as killing big hawk

ey shoot man sized ammunition, and thi- -- where some of the work comes
Converting a .22 rim-fire rifle to fit a small boy is fairly simple, but making
a 20 gauge shotgun and a .30-30 rifle suitable for his use is something else
again. With the .22 you merely cut off and bell the barrel and cut the stock
to fit. Incidentally, anyone who thinks that this will ruin the barrel is mis-
taken. I often use the one I fixed for Larry, and have found no loss of
But converting a 20 gauge shotgun so that it will be pleasant for a 62%
pound boy to shoot it is another problem. Most shotgunners know that the
sharp kick of a light 20 is often as punishing as that of a 12; and bruising"
a small boy's shoulder is no way to hake him love the weapon or shoot well
with it.
So why use a 20? Her gun, such
.410? Well, in the humble opinion of this duck hunter, the 20 is the smallest
gun that should be used on ducks, regardless of the size of the person on the
other end. With the smaller gauges there are too many cripples, though the
fact that you can put game on the table by using (Continued on page 54)



Three guns for three

ranges? Why not, if
you love three guns?
This man is a trail-
watcher, likes best
to match his gun to
type of shot offered.

I should match his gun to twoto things:

T TOOK M E A LONG TIME learn that a deer hunter
the type of terrain
to be hunted, and the method he uses to bag his venison.
Brush-popping nimrods, intent on outwitting the wily,
skittish, and elusive whitetail, need no far-carrying arsenal.
Since most if not all of their shots will be at close ranges,
usually under a hundred yards, they do not have to worry
about muzzle velocity and flat trajectory. A bullet that will
cut brush without too much deflection is more important
than an extra hundred yards of reach.
When banging away at the fantails of south Texas, my
"old reliable" Model 1894 Winchester .30-30 is adequate
to nearly every situation. Back before the days of stricter
rules and regulations, a shotgun loaded with No. 0 buck-
shot backed by a thimbleful of black powder, was the
common choice in that country-which re-proves the point
about short killing ranges.
But when I started tramping the mountains of the West
in search of the matchless mules, I soon found out that a This buck came close, gave hunter chance to use his
shotgun was useless and the carbine strictly limited in first love, the West's own lever-action M94 .30-30.
range and killing power.
This realization came as quite a shock to me. It all
happened one frozen morning in early November, high up The view was breath-taking. But suddenly I was con-
in a little cozy saddle in the Magdalena Mountains of New scious of a feeling of being pitifully undergunned.
Mexico. This feeling was increased, -as, with the booming of
Proud of the little carbine with the precise and meaning- heavy-bored guns higher up in the mountains, I saw two ,
ful notches decorating the comb of its stock, I hugged it to deer come scooting along the ridge on the other side of
me and shivered and waited in the clear, crackling dawn. the basin and stop in a clump of jackpines. I could not
As the clean light seeped into the hills, I was surprised to tell whether they were bucks or not.1 sort of hoped they
see how open my view was. There was no thick under- were not, because unless they came a lot closer, I and my
growth. Only tall, arrow-straight spruce and pine trees, carbine might as well have been on another mountain.
spaced as if planted, guarded certain strategic flanks of the Just then, one of those deer stepped out into the basin,
precipitous mountains. Directly below me, the little saddle lifted his big head and showed me his handsome antlers.
stood bare as the space between your thumb and first What I wouldn't have given right then for a more powerful
finger. To my left, like a huge tilted platter, lay an open rifle! Some of my friends had told me to get rid of my
basin some three hundred yards across. A steep head- "popgun," as they called it, but you can't brush aside a
canyon, dotted with stunted pinon, fed abruptly up from sentimental attachment that easily.
the right. Now, it just happens that I got (Continued on page 63)


"THE LE PAGE MOUTIER Grevy-Gonzales double." The the French Republic, a gun should be the symbol of peace
words are as full of meaning as the gun itself is replete between the two countries.
with beauty. Made by Le Page Moutier in France in 1860, The gun itself is a masterpiece of the gunmaking arts,
this double barreled cap and ball fowling piece was pre- probably one of the most valuable firearms in the world
sented i n 1879 by M. Paul Jules Grevy, then president of today. Its locks are sculptured in the round. Each hammer
France, to Don Emanuel Gonzales, then president of Mexi- (called chien, dog, in French) is carved from solid steel
co, perhaps as a token of good will between the new regimes in the shape of a dog. The percussion bolsters are carved-
of countries long filled with bitter hatreds. France, in the steel foxes. As the hammers fall, the dogs seem to be snap-
late 1860's, had supported the Austrian Duke Maximilian ping at the foxes' throats.
in his usurpation of the throne of Mexico. Throughout The trigger guard is a pheasant feeding on an acorn. A
Maximilian's brief reign, until the Juarez revolution, portrait of President Grevy is carved in steel on the fore-
French guns supported the usurper and inspired grim stock. The wood is ebony, worked with heavy vine scrolling.
Mexican resentment. So it was dramatically fitting that,
with the fall of Napoleon's Third Empire and the rise of
The Le Page can be seen today in the fabulous col-
lection at Harold's Club in Reno, Nevada. lm
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WON THE WEST strategically placed shooters. Yet the very

countries where this is most done are coun-
Fee hunting is a step in that direction.
The step is a typically American one: free
tries long and justly famous for scrupulous enterprise for fair profit. The importance of
sportsmanship; and they are countries, too, the move is one that cannot be ignored if
with long knowledge of successful game hunting is to be continued. The large arms
management. and ammunition companies have established
w Colt Nav
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hunting on controlled shooting preserves, pri- acres. There is a logic in this, for hunting
vate or otherwise, is rapidly becoming a must is the gun companies' bread and butter, and
if hunting is to continue at all. Public game what helps the hunter must inevitably profit
administration can go only as far and only the gunmakers. By using the best personnel
as fast as public funds will permit. Politi- available, by studying game biology prob-
cians, guided by those who are willing to lems, and how cover affects propagation and
trade three dollars (and in a good many in- protection of any given game bird, the ex-

stances much less) for $100 worth of game perimental farms have come up with sugges-
in a season, are responsible for public game tions of major importance to the farmer-
- Armv 44 -1. 1- administration being woefully under-financed. sportsman who wants to make sure that hunt-
Out of every dollar contributed toward such ing next year is not left to chance, but has a
administration only pennies go toward the good, healthy assist from modern science.
raising and restocking of game in the field. Fee hunting sites have taken two general
ANTIUUE G U N S Under such circumstances, gun-sport afield
can be little more than token gunning for
lines of development. The first is perhaps
most similar to the "natural" hunting so
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More professional arrangements are the way, he's probably not paying much more
"farms" on which a game breeder sets up his than a similar "free" hunt would cost him.
own shooting preserve and charges a fee for More and more hunters, particularly those PRICES SLASHED!
the right to hunt. Each hunter must have the who can spend only a limited number of
regular state license, although the seasons hours at the sport, prefer this type of hunt-
are not necessarily limited to those estab- ing because they do get some shooting. As
lished elsewhere in the state. to sportsmanship, the birds "handle" to dogs
The managed game farm can be a bonanza exactly the same as wild-bred birds; they fly i
in both cash and sport. Otherwise untillable just as fast, are exactly as hard to hit. Fewer
land can, by shrewd planning, be converted cripples are left, because trained dogs and
into a wilderness of second growth and trained handlers find them.
hedgerows, ideal covert for all kinds of game Conservationists generally
- are not opposed
birds. Pen-raised pheasants are not signifi-
cantly different in their raising from chickens
10 private preserve operations. An average
of & I ient of the birds released in a
per . .-
or other domestic fowl. But when they have oreserve escace into cublic domain. This
been launched on their career of freedom more than replaces the normal game popu-
and scuttle down some shady lane to disap- lation that could otherwise be expected. Some
pear in a cluster of laurel or aspen, they be- states require that a certain percentage of
come as wild as the wildest. birds bred must be released as free stock, in
addition to those that escape the fee shooters.
HERE is some basis for the charge of "un- Pennsylvania, for example, taxes the breeder
T sportsmanlike shooting" against private
game preserves. Just as some hunters have
one pheasant out of each four grown-with
the result that the "free" hunter is also
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winvulnerable winged apparition all but

possible to frame in a shot pattern. And
thus inhibition-equipped, the gunner is
larger pattern of the open barrel, plus more
shot of the smaller size, are necessary in
order to hit the bird. Actually these are
32 full size ges, ovei
set to prove it with a pocketful of shells just hokum excuses to cover lousy shooting.
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carving and checkerinseat:h time he and a woodcock meet. The A gunner who cannot point accurately
designs, the latest dehurdle he has is mental, propaganda bred, enough or dope angles correctly enough to
signs in semi wfinishec
and custom shotgun oneno1t real. cross the flight lines of shot and woodcock
rifle stocks. ILast fall, I listened for hours to an al- with a modest load poured even through a
Whether you buy a stock ;ed expert who laid out for me, as so tight barrel should either give up, or learn.
or want to make your own my magazine articles have done, precisely Figure it out. With the average full-
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netcessary to do in the doughty woodcock. 20 to 25 yards will give a very dense pattern
{ART W E N , Box 1150,Warsaw,Mo. Th.is hunter rationalized excuse for his own somewhere between 20 and 30 inches wide.
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sktiet load. I used a beat-up old 20-gauge up will have longer wings, and greater wing-
wiith a full-choke barrel with the sight spread than any of the next hundred ruffed
kmocked off it. grouse you measure. A lot of hunters will
I[n all fairness it must be admitted that have difficulty believing that, but it is true.
an open to moderately open barrel and shot The grouse will of course outweigh the
RIFLES ( PISTOLS SHOTGUNS sine of about No. 8 is probably best. The woodcock as much as three times. The wood-
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DRAFTING inches, and overall length may be as much
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Because they are birds ordinarily found in now that you know all the things you didn't
rather high overhead shrub and mixed small- know before. Note how much time there
tree cover, yet migratory birds with long would be to do it if you had a gun.
wings designed for open flying, their in- Next time out, take a partner-and take -
stinctive tendency is to get quickly up out a gun. But leave your shells at home. Now UNDERWEAR
of the brush, where those long wings can be each time a woodcock flushes, point it out.
used to full advantage. The short-winged You know, of course, that you cannot possibly
grouse would simply hurtle through the cover kill the bird, so haste and excitement are
horizontally. The woodcock-watch him and excluded. Oddly, you will find that you no
you will see-bumps into things getting up longer see the brush, or feel cramped by it.
and out. He can't help it. He goes up to get See how much time there really is? See
above so his long wings will clear. how easy it is to get "on" and stay "on"?
And so the shooter has two problems: Speed and pitch and flight line can now be
the brush (which, psychologically at least, appraised with a clear head and they all
bothers both your eye and your swing)- come into easy focus. The hokum evaporates.
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UP TO 50% SAVINGS pletely expanded from the factory load, under 30-06 soft-point expanding bullets. More
the skin on the off side, or in the last few tests however, would be necessary to prove
inches of bone. With our hand load, the the point.
bullet was well upset on the point and also On steel penetration tests, which are a
badly battered, but seemed to remain more very good criterion of velocity, the factory
in one piece instead of grinding away in .44 Magnum clearly showed a bit more pene-
passing through the heavy bones. tration than our hand load. We are perfectly
These penetration tests prove to me at content to leave it that way and believe it
least, that the .44 Magnum with factory load would require at least 23 grains of 2400 to
or our heavy handload of 22 grains 2400 and equal the factory load. We prefer to stay
CUSTOM MADE AT FACTORY PRICES Keith 250 grain bullet will with certainty under the factory load in pressure and velo-
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plate and no bullet getting back to the heads, since the slightly lower velocity should
brain. We also saw a bull elk take a 30-30 cause less deformation and mushrooming of
170 grain back of the left horn and between the bullet. On steel penetration the 6%" bar-
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knocked him down but he jumped up, stag- bullet will start without shaving. The third
gered around, and then started to run off. die perfectly seats the bullet friction tight
A heart shot put him down in the next 200 and forms a good heavy crimp in the bevelled
yards. Examination showed the 180 grain crimping groove on my bullet. No leading
bullet blew up the frontal plate of the skull has occurred in my gun from any of these
and mushed up the cellular bone inside, but loads or from the factory load. Recoil with
no part of it penetrated the after part of the my load of 22 grains 2400 and 250 grain
skull to the brain. So far our tests indicate bullet, is rather less than the factory load.
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major species over here are taken from 50

Fall 1957 Catalog yards down to distances where you have to
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"You have killed the lesser gaur," he ex-
Dept. G St. Paul I . Minn. plained after examining head and cape.
"These are rare. We have two species, the
greater or giant gaur and the lesser or pygmy
1. until you see the gaur. Yours is the lesser or pygmy. But this
smaller fellow is the more dangerous. The
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buffalo family, called in Indian the "mithan."

Ranging up to 1200 pounds in weight, with
a differing horn formation, but identical
coloration, it would be easy to assume the
tHAtMOimfAS mithan was a lesser species of gaur.
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dispatch it himself, sent a Moi to kill the
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delighted the Moi, since it gave him an
opportunity to even scores with his dread
enemy. Tiger take a fearful annual toll of
the hill people.
Tiger shooting is a business to tax the
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as bait. The shot, if the tiger comes, is at
predetermined range, usually about 30 feet.
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elephant tracker, took up the sign and we
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the old bull meandered here and there.
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kindling fires of our hunting ardor. Here. '

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venerable bull who had pulled off by him-
self to enjoy his declining years, develop a
poisonous disposition, and grow a handsome
set of those wicked black horns. Here was
a brand of excitement calculated to stir the
gastric juices and prickle the adrenal.
We followed through a low saddle, the
ground rocky and noisy underfoot despite
the rain. Down the far side we worked our
way into a second meadow where the grass
6.5 JAP was rank and almost chest high. Nam moved
slowly and stopped finally, casting about like
and a bird dog working a broken covey. Plainly,
our bull had turned aside and the Moi had
missed the detour.
7.7 JAP It was the General who pointed. There,
not 20 yards distant and leveled on us, was

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.450 I had a feeling that I was leveling down
on the USS Forrestal.
My first 400-grain treatment set the giant
in motion. He burst forth from the copse,
his gait scarcely more than a canter. One,
two, three shots I lanced into the gigantic
foreshoulder and altho he was weaving he
would not fold. He waddled into a second
little stand of trees and out of my view.
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finding a target behind the shoulder. I was
so close I could see bits of hair and flesh
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All four legs folded beneath the gigantic
body. He was down, but his head was still
erect. The General, Chi, and the trackers
caught up and the Old Man said, "Let me
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I use my 12 gauge over-under for ducks.
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The main thing we are trying to do in this guns and rifles, including both high power
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man well equipped with guns for $500.00 money, just like the Stevens, Mossbergs,
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from dash by attaching holder t o extension guns he wants.
arms which screw t o the undercuwe of the
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quickly and easily removed when prefers it that way. Start off with maybe an hunted and the type of territory to be
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Condition: Excellent. ENFIELD Model 14 .......
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Condition: ~ o o d
For selected Model Revolvers add .....................
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boy would like. The action operates smoothly
and efficiently, well within the strength of
the shooter in question. This gun, we thought,
would be hard to beat. There are other guns
that could be adapted for use by a small boy, BAA. MARTINI INTERNATIONAL 2 2 CALI-
but this is the one we chose: and then the BER TARGET RIFLE, FOR THE RIGHT HAND
work began.
First, it was obvious that the stock was
much too long for Larry. However, this gun MODEL OR LIGHTER WEIGHT 11 POUND
had a custom made, offset stock, and-think- RIFLE WITH SIGHTS ............. .$170.00
ing this might come in handy later on-I
ordered a new one from the factory. When
this came, I cut it off to fit the boy. And RIFLE LESS SIGHTS ............... .$150.00
what an atrocious sight it was then! The
HIGH STANDARD FLIGHT KINGS 4h" and 644" Pistol S46.50
pistol grip was about mid-way between the HIGH STANDARD SENTINELS 3" barrel* .......... $37.00
tang and the butt, so that the stock looked HIGH STANDARD SENTINELS in the Nickel Finish ... $42.50
like a club with a knot on it. Freeland Car Window Support 10X RIFLE COATS ............................. $20.00
Off came the pistol grip, and what a with Scow Holder* ..
.$14.95 FN Mauser #300 Rifle. ....................... .$170.00
change that made! It now looked rather SMITH AND WESSON COMBAT MASTERPIECES WITH
nice. A little trimming and fitting and fin- TARGET GRIPS & HAMMER ................... $80.00
ishing, and, with the addition of a recoil WINCHESTER Model 88C Rifle 343 or .358 Cal. ... .$135.50
WINCHESTER Model 70 Featherweight, asst. caliber* $129.95
pad, the little stock was neat and clean.
So out to the country we go for the first
WINCHESTER Model 70 Standard, asit. caliber*.
WINCHESTER Standard 52 .22 Caliber riflç.
...... .$129.95
try-out. Larry was a little nervous, but his WINCHESTER Heavy Barrelled 52..22 Caliber rifle.. .$129.95
interest was greater than this fear. The gun WINCHESTER Sporter Model 52 .22 Caliber.. ...... .$176.95
was fired. Marlin 39A or 39A Mountie rifle.. ..............
.$ 72.95
It gave him a pretty good wallop. It Marlin 336A Regular Rifle or Sporter.. .$ 89.95
didn't hurt his shoulder, but it stung his
Gray or Fwtt Grwn. .$14.95 Remington Model 721A .30-06 or .270.. .......... .$ 95.25
Remington 722 344 and .222 Caliber, Standard.. .$ 95.25
cheek, leaving a little reddish bruise. So,
back to the shop for alterations. It was ap-
parent that further reduction of recoil was
Remington Model 4 0 4 Standard .22 target rifle.. .$I5215
Thalson Shotshell Reloading Set, 1 gauge.. .$ 22.50
Rodding Powder Scab. .$14.00 Powder Measure. .$ 16.00
necessary before Larry could fire this gun Lyman 310 Tool complete 1 caliber.. ............ .$ 16.50
without ill effects. It seemed to me that the
best way to accomplish this would be to
Lyman EZY-loader ...... ....
.$35.00, Rifle Dim..
... .$ 17.00
Lyman Economy Reloading Set, complete unit.. .$ 33.50
install a muzzle brake or "compensator" of C&H, PACIFIC, RCBS reloading din, sot.. .........$ 13.50
some sort. This would also offer a choice of
chokes which might be desirable. I sawed the
Smiley Standard Case Trimmer for 1 caliber.. ......
C&H RELOADING PRESS ONLY. .$36.00 "C" Press. $ 12.00
.$ 17.50
barrel off 6 inches and installed the com- REST with
WALNUT BELUNG AND MULL Type "A" Cleaning Rods.. ... .$ 3.00


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pensator. Then back to the country to try
it again.
1 N e d $ the One Nandgun fat E v e r w e 1 This time there was no ill effect from the

k Model lllust~
4" Barrel BRYLIlrE BLACK
...... Finish)
(High Lustre Gun hietal
recoil, so we called this part of it good. But
during this try-out, we discovered that the
mechanism was a little difficult f,,r Larry
to operate and that the safety was too tight
for his small fingers. He could work !he
kction roughly, by using all his strength,
m d insisted that it was all right, but I was
not satisfied. I wanted his gun to operate
Finishes: Also available in HYBRITE Finish (simulated as smoothly for him as mine did for me.
During the next two weeks I took that gun
completely apart and put it back together
6" barrel - 24 02.). mgain at least a dozen times. And I don't
- . mean just 'Yield stripping." I got a hard
stone, the kind used to work on triggers,
and searched out all points of friction and
CODY MFG. CORP. 5-7 Springfield St., Chicopee, Mass. dressed them down. I took the safety out and
fixed it so it worked as smooth as silk but
still stayed put in either position.
Dove season came, and Larry and I took
to the fields. I watched him constantly and
cautioned him incessantly. There were times
1 when I got tired of hearing myself say,

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parably light in weight, the Franchi I WOODIE WARD I
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45-18 C o u r t S q u a r e L o n g I s l a n d City 1, N. Y .
. 66Don't do this-donyt do that-watch that for the next year at least, ,he w i l l ahoot my
m d e - w a t c h your step-be carefulIn But special hand-loads which consist of the -32-20
Larry was so eager to learn that he took it soft-point 100 grain bullet backed up by 30
without a murmur. He shot a few doves; grains of 4895 powder. Thii is not exactly
but mostly, that first year, he just learned a sissy load, and could easily kill a deer at
gun handling. fairly close range, but for the time being it
When duck season came he actually killed will be used mostly on jac4 rabbits for prac-
a few ducks all by himself and winged a tice. I figure that within the next year or so
few which I brought down before they could Larry will be handling this gun with loads
escape as cripples. This may account for equivalent to factory fodder and we will
his preference for ducks over quail and be ready for our first safa~i.
doves. He says, "They are bigger, Daddy, Actually, until just recbntly, on most of
and they don't fly so fast." our trips afield together I aould have killed
Larry was now all fixed up with a .22 twice as much game as I did if it had not
caliber rifle and a shotgun. My next con- been for having a small boy with a gun
cern was to fit him out with a rifle capable along to worry about. Yes, there is a lot of
of killing a deer. The choice for a rifle for work and even some self-sacrifice in groom-
this purpose was simple; I had a venerable
lever action 30-.30 in excellent condition
ing your boy for a hunting companion. But,
believe me mister, it's worth it a thousand
ED'S 01- .U
I applied a recoil pad to the stock after cut- times over. Super Cold Blue $
ting it off so that it would be one inch shorter My reward comes when I announce that Acclaimed world's best instant
than before, including the pad. This made it we may go hunting this afternoon, and he blue by the foremost gunsmiths
just barely short enough so the small fry leaps to his feet, all thoughts of T.V. pro- and manufacturers.
could work the lever. But the full-power fac. grams forgotten. Not even Davy Crockett, SEND FOR DEALER PRICE LIST
tory-loaded ammunition has a little too much Jim Bowie, or Walt Disney can compete ED AGRAMONTE, I N C .
oomph for him to handle the recoil. So far, (Continued on Page 62) Yonkers 2E, New York



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Western Auto Store
Idaho Sportsman Sulphw W. T. Burton Hdwe.
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r Wild BOARHIDE Anderson
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~ Brewton's
h ~ Hardware~
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Vincent's Sons Weisner Hdwe.
Western Gun Shop Gail Stockton's
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o ~ y a hKeyy's spe:~hop
Henrich's Gun Slop McCaffary Bros. Purltan Clothmg Co.
Homan Sptg. Gds. sports~i~~ MarUmvllla Rod &Gun Shop
sports Port
Johnson's Gun Shop &nu M d a Farmer's Hdwe. '

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sp@ Gds. Lefeastu Mineau's
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palace spt H O ~ ~U Yhvk
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Ukiah Liquor & Sptg. Gds.
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Wmen Thelin's Store dlA Jumbo
really gets 7 D
RHODE ISLAND the job done, in every
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hrbhs Central Hdwe. Trading Post protection in rugged
Slaten Brothers Crawlon Elmwwd Spts. Shop
E 6mwlch Sptsmen's Shop mountain hunting, " says
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Mlddblown Middletown S tg.
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Hobul E. T. Van Buren Sons N o w p r ~ Broadway Hdwe.
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From Alberta.. to Tanganyika experts prefer . ...
Trading Post
J. Parker Hdwe. pawtuckel & cO.
the outdoor ruggedness of a Case. Each Jumbo
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Only the finest, most durable leathers, fabrics,
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You don't have to be a "big game guide" to own one of the 26 J u ~ ~ o
from 98 cents to $159.65.. ,at your local dealet's.
.s . .
parry Monroe-Lang Hdwe. Hill ot Sptg Gds
hm cw ~i,,, GU,, Inwood Cycle !
Ketchum ~ o&b bKillun
ah*c. L. Murphy,s 6:; If.
Bill Lund reen3 MarmeServ
John Mitchell Gun Sho1 806 Jackson Street, Dallas, Texas
Stmud Jack Ward Plbg & Hdwe. San er':
Tonkawa Chase-Bennett Hdwe. Thurman-Randle Sptg. G&. .I
Tda Skaggs Sport Ctr. Thurman-Randle Sptg. Gds. .i Mdhnd-
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Doak Walker S rts Ctr Id-a Roberts Hdwe. &SUP. Ndok H ~sPt.shop ~ Lomlra ~ Bill's ~Bait & Tkl. ~ Shop v Kauai Ltd.
~ Kauai Stores:
Walnut Hill E w e . Co Ltd.
Links' Sptg. Gds. Do L w n
Withers & Co
E. E. Dabne)
1rmW LeviWStOnTackle shop Rbhknda N a t Super Market hhwwm Falls
Ramsey Sport Store
Sabine Sup. Co.
MUwaukw Clark Sptg. Gds.
K*uhl, Maul, T. H. A
Commercial Co.
Baker Basche-Sa e Hdwa Edlnbww M & S H d w ~8 b t Arthur G. 0. Parmer Earl Duffy S tg. Gds. Ooka Super Mkt.
Cherr 's 0 u t f w r Sup. Sptg. Gds sportsman shop DM- johnson ~ p t g ~. s . ~ohnson~s ~ p t g ids.,
. lnc. Kamohs la H. K. Ha ashi
W. Joseph o 1 ~ n n e Frt. WwIh EweH cross Gun shot Mike's S p t Shop Lore
B d Harold's S P U Gds. MOW^ Finney Bros I d d a b E. M. Peebles &Sons K- Ralphls spt. shop
Ian Antodo Menier Hdwe. OWmh' spb' crw' P t W a r n Park spt. shop KaunakakalAarry
Schillers Mobkal,
chungs1.H.~ k t .
W n W chetm Home Auto H d Laurel Pk. & Aplnc~ Sawyer Hdwe.
Cottaw 6 r o w Chamber's %reyls~un & Rod Shot kymw C. M. Randall Co. s~@km Jen=n-Byrd h W m s m Shepherd & Schaller Kaunak8kd Mobkd 3.
OUtdWr store
Andy Maxon Tackle
Dallas Gun Clul
Greener Sp Gsd
Irving spo#shoi
I I b h Collier Hdwe. & Appl.
h y d u Fish & Newton Hdwe.
EdwEt;::Fg: g!t
Saldins Sptg. Gds.
W a
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W. Allis Spt. Shop Kmaad chang Tung store
Phil's Auto Appliance Ctr. W d m ~ Waimea Town Store
Falb City Davis Spt Shop K u d t Blake's Sptg. Gds Fin-N-Feather River Emerson H d w . w&&w% O a k T. H.
@old Bemh Morrie's Outdwr mlb J. C. hawthorn^ bmford HustOn Hdwe. Tm?akewood Country Store HAWAII wah;awa Sptg. Gds
store La F w h &ris Bros: Huntim k w w ~ Wimberly Hdwe.
Vancouver Ray Grothe S tg Haw, Maul, T. H. Hana Store wdi*U, m** H.
&uharn Gresham Spt Shop & Fish~ngsSup Temple Hdwe. co. Hdwe. Store
r ~ h The Bike Corral, d s ~ i ! o Yams's Paints & Sup.
Ideal Hdwe. & Sptg. tGds.
J. w. L a m Wright Bros. Sup p. c. mmer H~WE.store ~ 8 h l d l u ,Odu, T. H.
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La &ando La Grande e Outdwr
Manly's Goodricl
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b ~ ? ' spawn Shop Agana, ewm, M. I. Guam
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l'llhnmok Hawkins & James M d a l l Manly's Goodricl HOWs Co. Conway ""Gds' Hmbaba K. Yokoyama Store K O ~p. a . w. C - I ~ 1% .
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South g p h e n s Hdwe. Furniture Cc R d w l b Rainelle Dept. Store Richard's Shopping Ctr. P. A. A.
DUCK BOAT MOTORS by Evinrude Motors,
Dept. GlO, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, are used
by more and more waterfowl hunters who
have turned to convertible boat-blind rig:
powered by Ole Evinrude's reliable out
boards. Using bhat as blind is easy, conver
jion being done by making take-down frames
of 1" x %I1 scantlings, then tieing rushes
to them to form curtain screening boat en-
tirely around gunwale. No special design is
needed, just make frames, lay water reeds QUALITY IS NO SURPRISE to hunters
across and tie to stakes. If ducking seems and shooters who know the line of optical
poor in one part of the bay, just start up goods, scopes, spotting scopes, and binoculars
the Evinrude and chug to another sector available from D. P. 3ushnell Inc., 397 Bush-
where the decoys can drag in the drakes. nell Bldg., Pasadena, California. Latest light-
weight ''Broadfield" scales only 12 ounces,
has 577 foot field at 1000 ysrds, 6 x 25. New
feature to Broadfield series is central focus-
ing which permits in:stant s!iift of focus near
t9 far. Central focusing Broadfield retails for
FREE CATALOG only $49.40 including cowhide carrying case
but active sports viewers will prefer to hang
featherlight glasses on strap around neck
ready for instantly spotting game, distin-
guishing between a man and a moose in the
hunting field-

SINCE 1897
OZARK CAMP SAW with bow-sprung back
. D. MYRES SADDLE Cl keeps blade taut, just the right tension for
P. 0. BOX I505 easy cutting, yet ends can be flexed and
EL PASO. TEXAS blade reversed for safe carrying. Saw tooth
design cuts with little pressure, and wood
NEW llThumbslidell tang safet up to five inches diameter can be cut. Ozark
shotguns -
for Remlngton rifles -5
Mod. 740,
Mod. 760, Mod. 870,
Camp Saw with 30-inch blade will have
many uses around the range, camp, home. KEEPS CARTRIDGES CLEAN is one of
Mod. 11 4 8 & Mod. 58 Frame is made of non-rusting Alcoa alumi-
Sportsman. W r l t o f o r the virtues of this handy rubber "Cartridge
folder. num. Price delivered is just $3.95, from Toter Block" made by Tack-L-Toter Co.,
manufacturer Porta Company, Inc., Dept. Dept. GlO, Coon Rapids, Iowa. Palm sized
GlO, Canton, Mass. shell carrier is made of flexible rubber and
- Gunsmiths & Barrelmakers - perforated along two edges to hold fifty-
Fast Homvtan Cannectit two -22 Long Rifle cartridges. Each shell

lies in a bee-hive chamber, with a split side,
and can be easily pushed out by hooking
thumbnail underneath rim and pushing the
bead sideways. Reinforcing rod through
middle of block keeps block rigid, prevents
JUNIOR'S SHOTGUN is at last available, accidentally spilling rounds, while rubber
a model specially stocked for the small fry. shrouds waxed shells, prevents them from
New H & R "Topper, Jr.," with shortened picking up harmful grit, tobacco gains, lint
stock made so young gunner can reach the as when carried loose in the pocket. Block
cdector's firearms with prices realized a t the trigger without resting the butt on top of must be "hand loaded" before going out, but
sale. Gives you d a l prices on what guns are
worth in the open market today. Valuable for his shoulder comes in .410 gauge with 26" is much faster than fumbling with cardboard
collector and dealer alike. $1.00 postpa~d. barrel. Retail price is about $27.50, ideal 2.2 package in the field, prevents accidents
Many. guns
- available at these low auction
prices. in price and design for a ' ' h t gun." Stock like spilling box of greasy .22's in the dirt.
can easily be lengthened by addition of Drop a card to Tack-L-Toter Co. to find out
SHORE-LAUTER GALLERIES Franzite butt spacers beneath butt plate as which gun-sport store in your locality han-
Dept. GM, 3318 W. Devon Ave., Chicago 45, Ill.
young shooter growa bigger. dles Cartridge Toter Block.
The original
thumb rest
s t o c k s $7.00
and $7.50 uair. I
~ ~~ -~

stag, no thumb rest $4.03.
Largest complete stock enu
ine Pearl, Ivory, Stag. Fully
inletted, semi-finished Wal-
nut, right or left $9.00.
all scones- S 3 . Z nr.
CREATr~w~STERtf' single Action Guns-
corn lete stock late ser numbers
e n d for FREE CATALOG. Address Box
S O U T H W E S T C U T L E R Y & MFG. CO.
Montebello, California
WIND SPEED METER for duck gunners
works by simply holding it into a breeze,
gives an accurate indication of prevailing
wind velocity. Ideal for the scientific duck The Hoist with a lock. No.
gunners who want to find out how much IMPORTED BRITISH RIFLES like this more tying off. Raise or
they should lead in pass shooting over de- fine Cogswell & Harrison-built Mauser maga- lower that big Deer, Elk,
coys but don't know how to determine wind zine rifle are handled by arms distributor or Boat a few inches a t a
velocity. Will register winds as slow as hot Frank Clark, Jr., Dept. G10, Cheyenne, time and lock it.
air from gun-room bull sessions up to gales Wyoming. Clark imports and distributes Weighs 12 oz. Capacity 750
and tornadoes. I checked it driving on a pounds. 5-1 ratio. 10 foot span
Spanish quality-made magnum 10 gauge Synthane Pulleys. Brass ~earings.
still day holding the instrument from my car shotguns, and also handles Holland & Hol- Steel bolts. Steel hooks. N Ion
window, and it registered true at various line. A quality roduct. The first
land, Westley Richards, W. W. Greener. and only game hoist with a ~ock.
speeds. Tiny ball floats in air column of
manometer tube, indicating velocity. Wind
speed indicator sells for only $4.95 postpaid
many more guns by top British makers. En-
tire line of Parker-Hale cleaning equipment
including famous celluloid non-scratch rods.
$7.95 \z;-
from The Peddler's Cart, Hubbard Woods
and sights, are also sold by Clark. C & H Box 376 Prott, Kansas
Station (Dept. GlO), Winnetka, Illinois. rifle shown is fitted with Parker-Hale cock-
ing piece rear sight that folds down when
not in use, has micrometer click adjust-
ments, and is practical, speedy aperture
fight placed close to the eye for maximum
visibility in dim light while hunting.

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Fine High quality German
Walther World War II German rith the real-life experiences he anticipates
automatic. Fires 9mm Luger car-
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Extra clips $4.70. Ammo 9mm, $9.50 My reward comes again each time a game
for 100 rounds.
ird falls, well splattered with shot from the
U.S. SPRINGFIELD RIFLES un I have so carefully tailored for him. His
eactions on these occasions convince me
hat a life long hunter and a true sportsman
.22 cal.
-38 cal.
28 75
Model 1873 45-70 cal. Good Cond $39 50 Select i in the making, and I am proud to have

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COLT ame bag, and I am feeling every one of my
SINGLE 3 years. He senses this and says, "Don't
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Then he carries on a sincerely cheerful
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.45 Long Colt, 5 l h or 714" Barrels.. .$125.00
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Ammo 100 rds. ............. .$ 9.50
The perfect hunting companion? I think
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It took $97,535.00 to
that buck. But it was not because of a
super-lucky 300-yard blast from my beloved
carbine. His demise was his own fault. '
Slowly and cautiously, but totally unaware
3f my presence, he edged across the basin
and tried to sneak through the saddle just

-~ e r f e c ~our
t Weatherby
below me. If he had elected to go in any
other direction, he might still be alive. But

Imperial Scope.. .I
it was no trick at all to bust him, at thirty
yards, which is what I paced it.
I continued to use the 30-30 for the next
few years, but only because my method of
hunting mule bucks had changed. These
deer, especially the old trophy bucks, are
great game. However, unlike the flighty
whitetails that vanish at every snapping
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twig, mule bucks, recognizing no natural
enemy except the mountain lion, do not
stampede easily. They can be stalked rather
easily by a hunter who studies their habits
and can move with some skill through
wooded, mountainous country. Several more
notches were added to the stock of my car-
bine, to mark the passing of worthy mule er before could
bucks in the unsure light of clear, rosy dawns
and at the witching hours of twilight.
finest precision-built scope
But came a time when, because of the bite
of dawny frost and the sting of icy night
winds, I decided to do my hunting in the
for $69.50, a scope which is
unsurpassed for light-gathering
more pleasant hours of the day. This would
not be too difficult, with plenty of hunters power and field of view.
tramping in the woods. Nesting bucks, hav- New, easy and quick binocular-type.
ing taken to their beds around nine o'clock, focusing.. .dual-dial windage and elevation
would be put on the move by the restless
nimrods, and all I would have to do would for lightning-fast adjustments.
be to find a good stand on some ridge or. Guaranteedfog-proof, dust-proof and,
pinnacle and wait for my venison to trot by. air-tight with an unconditional
The theory was sound, but it didn't take lifetime guarantee against all defects.
me long to realize that these spooked bucks
didn't always trot by within range of my Available in 2%X, 4X, 6X 'andthe new
carbine. That helpless feeling drove me to
retire the Model 1894 Winchester .30-30in
favor of a .300 Savage. This sweet, well-
balanced rifle won me over pretty ouicklv.


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SCOPES AMMUNITION It tumbled passing monarchs for a few
GUNS AND GUN PARTS years, and still does. But something new
GUN STOCKS CLANKS SERVICE was happening that brought back my old
A Miles North Kt. 19-Near the
Now and then I would see bucks at dis-
L Suow Highway tances from 300 to 500 yards, their antlers
big and bold in my field glasses. Once or
twice, leveling on them with the 3 0 . I saw
my Silvertips kick dust far short of the mark,
and I knew it was time for me to start think-
ing all over again.
Well, I began looking for a deer-gun with .
more umph, with a flatter trajectory and
more striking power when it spatted against
the target. Other guns would have filled
FLAIGS FINEST STOCKS & BLAhj^g^^roj^ STOCK FITTING & FINISHING) those specifications, but the one I chose was

the .270 Remington with a K4 Weaver scope.
Here was a gun and cartridge that gave me
Some *S.condavv I n walnut, L...... -..-- the scatting velocity of 3140 feet per second
pocks, alight check! -
SO% (rtf Ust. at the muzzle with the 130 grain bullet, as
Rifle blanks, all grades, $4.00 to $20.00. Walnut shot- against the 2410 f.p.s. of my pride-and-joy
un blanks $1 00 t o $15 00 Walnut inletted stock carbine and the 2670 f.p.s. delivered by the
for most rifles- standard $6.00- xx grade (butt) $8.00; ONE WEEK
others S10.00to $12.00. ~ l s oPenna. burls and rare .300 Savage. Both of these used heavier 150
We turn 6 Inlet your rifl* blanks
burls available NOW: xxx grade $17.50-$20.00, xxxx $5.00 each; e or mom $4.00 oh: grain bullets, but the lighter slug, I was sure,
$25.00; super Burls up to $35.00.
would do all I would ever ask of it.
$5.00 t o $7.00. Inletted stocks for all rifles $7.00 I sighted the .270 in at 200 yards and was
$12.00. Some Seconds, All Grades, 50% off. SEND f o r colored c h a r t o n varied gunstock mighty pleased to see it lay its slugs right
CURLY MAPLE RIFLE BLANKS S7.00 to S30.00. blanks.
Oenulne Horn PKmi Grip caps with Engraved Senw, Sl.00. on the button, shot after shot. The four-
power scope made the target look mighty
RARE TURKISH AND FRENCH WALNUT BLANKS good, too, compared with what I'd been see-
ing with my naked, aging eye. And there
Dense a Lightweight Individual Figure were other factors, discovered as I became
RARE TURKISH CIRCASSIAN WALNUT-We believe these shipments the first to reach USA i n many years. better acquainted with the rifle, that fixed
This walnut is dense light wet h t each piece has individual figure' some with dark streaks. Finishes with
hard smooth surface.' Oversize blahs:
$15.00 t o $50.00. Turned and inletted, $5.00 more. Limited number the .270 firmly in my esteem. Not that it took
of extremely rare blanks, $75.00. the place there of my other loves, you un-
BEAUTIFULLY GRAINED FRENCH WALNUT-Extra large French walnut blanks 2%" thickness $20.00 t o derstand; but it made a place for itself
(40.00. Some rare fancies $50.00. Turned and inleted for most rifles $5.00' more.
beside them.
I killed a couple of bucks with the 2 7 0
P R E C I S I O N - W E R E D BARRELED ACTIONS . and missed a couple. I was sure it was
me, not the rifle-and I was well aware that
the two bucks missed had been a fur piece
from me, but-wasn't that why I'd bought a
I LATEST FN or HVA ACTION far-reaching rifle? I dug out a ballistics
INCLUDING FINEST DOUGLAS table and made some trajectory drawings.
CHROME M O L Y 6 GR. BARREL Even the .270, I learned, as sighted in at
CALIBERS: 2 2 0 Swift; 22-250; 257R; 270; 7MM; 308 WIN.; 30-06. 200, would be low by 7.5 inches on a target
A l s o 250 Sav., 300 Sav., 2 4 3 Win., 2 4 4 Ram. 300 yards distant, and low by 21 inches at
CHECK THESE FEATURES: 1. Standard F. N. Mauser Action -
(HVA Action, $10.00 additional) 2. Best
rode Douglas Chrome Moly Ultra-Rifled Barrels with the smooth, hard, wedged rifling i n most calibers,
400. At 500 yards-the distance at which
'Deluding 243 b i n . a n d 244 Rem. 3. Each unit precision chambered t o mirror finish with proper headspace.
nearly all of my bragging friends claim to
4. Each unit test-fired with sample fired case included for our inspection. 5. Length and rifle twist as clobber their venison-the .270, so sighted,
wonted-otherwise we will ship recommended length a n d twist. 6. Choice of sporter, Medium Heavy, or would be down 42 inches. This convinced
Henw weioht barrels. 7. Barrels have fine-ground finish.
~RIG'ES: For spotter Wt. (5% Ibs.) $72.50. hied. heaw wt. (7 Ibs.) $77.50. For Heavy Wt barreled-action. $82.50
Add $8.00 for the Douglas ~remiumGmde Barrel: È12.5 additional for the new 300 Serlea F.N. action.
me that the only thing fishing liars have on
$26.00 more for Engraved F.N. Actlon with Double Set Trigger.
hunting liars is that there are more fisher-
men. But it didn't solve my problem. The
BARRELS ACTIONS figures mentioned, compared to the 15 to 18
BOEHLER BARRELS Proof stOel, Sml-Octagon, rlblxd, matted F. N. ACTIONS IMPORTED-LITE WGT. vana-
entire length. Made by FRANZ SOOIA of Farlaoh Austrla In dium #teal barrels blued wlth ramp (.220 Swift inches of vital area on a mule buck, meant
22. .a..270. 7mm. and .30 caliber. Highly aooirato-ln the .243 Win.. .257-R.'.250-3000 .270. 7mm .244 Ram:
white $45.00. (Fitted to your action wlth (heard bead, complete or 30-06). 174.00 PREPAID. that, at any range much over 200 yards, I'd
? rice $60.00)
-amova S~rlnoflflldbarrels .............................. 87.00 F. N. ACTIONS, Boehler 24- proof t t w l k a r r ~ l i
still have to depend on "Kentucky windage."
. cue lot* 10 barren..
................ ..È~s.oo
umi-octagon ribbed matted Sheared bead I;
ramp. Caliber .270: .308 win. or 7mm. 30.06,
I began to wonder if it wouldn't be wiser
FRANZ SODIA BwhIer proof stwl barrels 24" gradual t a w . 22-250-220 Swlft . '
2 257R-250 Sav. $95.00 for me to go back to the bow-and-arrow
i h n u i 2% ibs.: hiohlv accurate 1-10 twist. caliber .a.270. methods of my primitive ancestors, when
7 i m o r . 3 0 $30.01). -
(Fitted to your action, headspaced and
H&H and 3 7 5 H&H. blued. 188.95. hunters depended on their ability to hunt,
test fired. $10.00 more). SAKO ACTIONS on 26" 4%# mad. heavy DOUG-
New! KRAG 2 - G m w 30.40 BARRELS not on long-range ballistics.
23* or lea8 In In-nth. Fully chambered threaded. Only $15.00. LAS chrome moly barrel, white. $84.00. .222 Cal.
4-or. Ordnance barrels 23. long fully ohambarad, threaded. blued SAKO ACTION on Imported medium heaw barrel. But I liked this new rifle, liked the look
S20 M blued, no sights. Ready for atockini. 222 Ram. and feel of it, liked the sweet crack of its
N o t e : ~ n yof the above Barrels expertly fitted to your Actlon- caliber $90.00.
headmaaed and tett-firedÑS2.5 additional.
MAUSER Model 98 ACTIONS All Milled Parti
let-off and the sense of power it engendered.
New! MAUSER '98-30-06 2-Gr. BARRELS
23' w IBM In Ipnath. Fully chambered & threaded. Only 115.00. $25.00. The answer was there, of course; and with
MAUSER 9 8 BARRELLED ACTIONSÑGE type issue, a l l steel parts. With new 2 gr. SPR barrels the aid of some study and some advice, I
fitted 23" 3 0 0 Sav. 30.06, 308 SPR ................................................
W i t h new 4 gr. SPR barrels same c o l i b e n as above.. ................................. 3900
. h 0 0 found it. Maybe I should have known the
answer from the beginning, but I didn't.
ENFIELD SPECIAL-18 P i e c e s ~ A L LNEW $6.00 Prepaid Like a good many million others in this
Bolt wlth collar- bolt Sleeve; magazine box: mftgazine wring' u f à § t t r ggç U u d country, I'm a hunter, not a ballistician.
n d catch pin A d spring;firing pin and spring; safety block and acrçwafçcto
follower (milledl; tear sprung and u f a t y wring.
I I The trouble was that I'd sighted my .270
ACE TRIGGER SHOE $2.00 ACE DOUBLE-SET TRIGGER $10.00 at the minimum range at which I intended to
or most rlflÈs shottuna and Fitted to your M u m or P.M.
Action S8.00 mom. - use it. As a result, I was getting minimum
performance. I sighted the new gun in at
300Ñan my troubles were over. With this
new sighting, the 130 grain bullet never arcs


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FREE high enough between muzzle and a target
New Catalog
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You can save up to 25% on many reloading tools, five consecutive years, I filled my ticket with
funs. scopes and mounts. Reloading components (Continued from Page 64) nice mule bucks from the same sitting spot-
for pistol, rifle and shotgun. Home appliances, and if you think I'd tell my best friend
tires, home shop tools typewriters. Walter
Oliver, Box 55, Auburn, ~ n d i a n a . where, you're crazy. Three of these shots
300 yards distant to lift it outside a mule were taken at less than 100 yards, with the
SHOOTER'S BIBLE 1958, over BOO pages. Ready
for shipment. ~llustratedModem Guns and Ac- buck's vital area-and it doesn't drop enough 30-30. One was at around 200 with the
ceasories, $2.00. 1957 Gun Digest $2.50 Postpaid, below point of aim to miss that area until it Savage. The fourth was a good deal farther,
Public Sport Shops. 11 S. 16th Street, Phila.
2, Pa. gets out pretty close to the 400 yard marker. and made me glad I had the 270.
For all practical purposes, I now had a rifle It was evening, with frosty shadows slant-
"WINEMAKING." $1.00. "HOW to Make Beer- that would shoot point-blank (no sight ad-
Ale." $1.00. "Deer Hunting Secrets." $1.00. 11111s- ing down off the mountain and spreading
trated. Baton Publications, Box 1242-N, Santa justment or hold-off) out t o around 400 themselves like a dark cloak over my sitting
Ram, California. yards. Which was what I wanted. (I knew place and across half my field of vision. I
EARN HIGH Pay: Jobs i n South America, the now that the 300 Savage, too, differently would have called it a day in another few
Islands, USA, Europe, Canada, other foreign sighted in, would reach farther than I had minutes. But just then I saw a magnificently
countries. All Trades, Mechanics. Truck Drivers used it, but this was belated knowledge).
Laborers. Office Workers. Engineers. etc. chance racked buck bounce to a stop on a ridge
to travel. Fare paid If hired. Application forms. I did some practice shooting at these new, some 350 yards distant. He turned, looking
Free information. Write Dent. 123 National Em- back the way he had come. I reached for
ployment Information. 1020 Broad, Newark, long ranges, to make sure that I really could
New Jersey. lay my shots home. I could and can. It goes the 270, leaning ready against a log along
FLINTLOCK ACTIONS, (funs repaired. Marshall without saying that I could also hit with with the carbine and the Savage. Quickly I
F. Fish, Westport, New York. this rifle at shorter ranges. Logically, there- picked it up, hugged it to my shoulder and
FREE DAGGERS. Century8 firearms giveaway. fore, the .270 replaced my other two rifles. sought out, through the scope, the monarch
Very food Mannlicher rifles $12.96. Cartridges But I loved those rifles, had no intention of on the ridge. He still stood like a statue.
$6.00 100- .80 cal. F.O.B. Hunters dream, wl- turning either or both of them out to pasture. Laying the crosshairs just back of the shoul-
lectors must. All makes newest Magnums & others
wholesale. Save $50.00 $100.00. Franchi's That, coupled with my sit-down method of ders, I took a deep breath, exhaled, and
Zephr's, Breda's, Aya's, Sake's, Mauaer's win: hunting, gave me an answer. I would hunt pressed the trigger.
chester's, Remington's, etc. prepaid. Beckerarms,
Osborne, Ks.-Ny. with all three rifles! Almost at the instant that I heard the
BROWNING SUPERPOSED 12, improved cylin- Here's how it works. I know this coun- blast, the buck leaped into the air, dropped
der barrels, $200.00 Zutz, 1228 S. 23rd. Sheboygan, try; and, after all these years, I know a little his head, clamped his tail, and. made three
Wise. something about deer habits and hunter- or four stumbles down the slope. Then he
BIGGEST BOOK Buy-"Colt Firearms". Write habits. I load my three-gun arsenal into my was down. When he lay still for perhaps a
for free literature. Semen Books. Santa Ana, car (plus my binoculars and anything else minute, I rose, put the .30-30 and the .300 in
I think may add. to my comfort during a the car, shouldered the .270, and went to
45 AUTOMATIC SHOULDER Holsters, Spring- given number of quiet hours), and I drive dress some venison.
dip. $5.00. Law enforcement supplies. Thomas
Ferrick, Box 12, Newburyport, Mass. to or near a spot where I think deer will be These days I find myself depending more
moving. I sit myself down in a spot with a and more on the .270. It has class that grows
RELOADING nice view and a good field of fire, line up on me. But I will not allow it to come com-
HANDLOADERSÑCARTRIDG boxes with par- my guns within easy reach-and wait. pletely between me and the old friends of
titions and data labels, prepaid,-30-06 270 etc. It works. I have bagged mule deer as days gone by. I think there is room in
$1.40 dozen. 38 spec. 46 ACP etc. $1.60 dozen.
Labels only 60c per hundred. J. E. Bridgman close as 27 feet, and as far as-well, maybe my heart for all of them.
P. 0. Box 2502. Kansas City. 42. Missouri.
TANNING HIDES (Bear, Deer, Cow, Sheep, etc.) Sporters in stock in all popular calibers from 22
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mann-Taxidermist, 1026 Gates, Brooklyn 21, N.Y. plus postage.
"We do no b a m l fitting. ohambrlng or threadlni."
J. R. BUHMILLER Rifle Barrel Maker
OLD HANDCUFFS, legirons, thumbfasts, shack- P. 0. Box 196 Kalispell, Montana
les wanted. Patterson Smith, 2FL, 269 Shepard
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