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On page 55 of the May issue (“Guns of the Wild Bunch”), is the picture of “Tex” backwards/reversed?
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What are the dimensions of the pistol target squares John Taffin uses?
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In Wayne Van Zwoll’s “Optics” column in the June 2020 issue, on page 14 it says to push the scope rearward in a Weaver or Picatinny mount (when mounting).
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Will and I must be “brothers from different mothers” — along with thousands of our fellow Baby Boomer comrades who spent hours-upon-hours playing Army.
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Mr. Taffin, after reading your article “Lipstick Bullets” in the most recent issue of GUNS Magazine, I was intrigued and ended up ordering 1,000 bullets...
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In the March, 2020 “Crossfire,” one of my favorite gun writers, John Taffin, reported he shot more than 800 rounds of .454 Casull in one day through his...
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I love the magazine, BEST gun magazine of the 4-5 to which I subscribe! John Taffin and Mike Venturino are my favorites.
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I have it on good authority that the Boogie Man checks under his bed for Chuck Norris before he goes to sleep. Who, pray tell, does Chuck Norris look under...
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All your writers are great and GUNS is and always has been a well written, easy-to-read magazine, but Doc Dabbs is such a hoot to read.
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Okay, I know many of your writers there go wayyyy back with some of the shooting greats. I readily recognize the names they drop, such as Colonel Jeff Cooper.
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Mr. Taffin, I found your article “The .455 Webley Part 2: Dealing with the conversion question” in the September 2019 issue of GUNS Magazine very...
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Liked your article about the 1894 Marlin in .38/.357. I am working on a woods gun for deer in cover. My question is — does the microgroove rifling prefer...
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Since you are an MP40 nut, re: GUNS Magazine May 2019, you may find my MP40 Saga of some interest. In May ’55 while on patrol duty out in the country, a...
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I enjoyed John Taffin’s April “Handloading” column on the .30-30. I’ve always been a .30-30 fan. Since I don’t hunt anymore, my .30-30s are mostly...
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John Taffin’s June “Campfire Tales” on turn-of-the-century era autos brought back some memories. My grandfather, Charlie Damon, also hunted whitetail...
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Crossfire July 2019

I read the letter from Dr. Sylvia M. Rafels in which she expresses her feelings about Will Dabbs’ February article on the FN 509. Since she’s a doctor,...
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Crossfire June 2019

Today I purchased the April issue based on the cover blurb for the lever-action Marlin 1894 in .357 Magnum. There is no mention of it in the issue. Although...
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I read with interest the Remington 870 Tactical DM article in the March issue. The 870 is almost seven decades old and a tried-and-true shotgun.
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I greatly enjoyed Duke’s February column on the .30-40 Krag. A U.S. Model 1896 has been in my family for more than 60 years. And does it ever have a story...
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Enjoyed Mike Venturino’s December “Grease Gun” article. My father was a glider pilot in WWII and kept his M3 under his seat, but kept his 1911A1 in a...
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As a long time fan of Winchester’s Model 71, I enjoyed Holt Bodinson’s article on it in the December issue.
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When reading Glen Zediker’s “Retro Fever Part 1” in the November issue, I couldn’t help but notice his wistful reminiscence of a time long ago when...
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In the August issue, Dave Anderson paints such a convincing picture for Ruger’s American Rimfire Compact in .22 WMR, “Rimfires Rule the Roost!” that I...
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I was very pleased to read Jeff John’s August review of S&W’s .380 Shield EZ. I racked one at my local gun shop and bought it the next day. It’s an...
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Mas Ayoob’s August column, “The Case For Big Butts,” reminded me of several big butt, short-barreled revolvers I’ve run across over the past few years.
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While reading Holt Bodinson’s March “Shotgunner” column on the Huntego Cleanshot system, I noticed he mentioned using a Chinese-made Remington 870...
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I did something that might be worth putting in a future issue. I started with a nickel Beretta Minx .22 Short. I then collected as many gold plated parts...
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Crossfire July 2018

I’ve read Mr. Taffin’s article in the April issue on the Smith & Wesson .44 Combat Magnum and was puzzled by the following sentence: “It’s a...
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I thoroughly enjoyed the article about Master Sergeant Roy Benavidez (April 2018). I had occasion to serve as his host when he came as guest speaker to our...
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Enjoyed Holt Bodinson’s article “A Shotgun In Your Holster.” He mentions he likes to carry one shotshell in his revolver while in the field. I also...
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Regarding John Taffin’s review of the “Polymer Witness Limited” in your March 2018 issue, I am a long-time user of Tanfoglio/EAA Witness handguns and...
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Loved Mike Venturino’s column on “Cat Guns” in the January issue. The .50-95 has many happy memories for me. Mine is neither a Winchester or Colt, but...
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Love your magazine. I have been entering your monthly giveaways each month for years. Since you are a California- based company and I live there, is it fair...
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A great buffer column by Glen Zediker (November issue)! It clarified a number of things I did not completely understand about the subject. If I understand...
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