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Guns & AmmoGuns & Ammo

Guns & Ammo May 2019

Guns & Ammo spotlights the latest models, from combat pistols to magnum shooting tactics, from stance to sighting...and explores issues from government policies to sportsmen's rights. It's the one magazine that brings you all aspects of the world of guns.

United States
KSE Sportsman Media, Inc.
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12 Números


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reader blowback

WHAT SHOOTS A .350 LEGEND? Tom Beckstrand’s column on the .350 Legend omitted information on what guns chamber the new cartridge. What are they? Dale Tyrell Seattle, Washington At the time of the writing of my column introducing the .350 Legend, the Winchester XPR that I used to hunt whitetail last fall was the only rifle chambering the new cartridge. At the 2019 SHOT Show, CMMG unveiled the new Resolute in .350 Legend, which should be available soon. I’ve also learned of several companies developing rifles using 9mm barrel blanks and chambering them for the .350 Legend. Most popular AR brands have already ordered ammunition for development purposes from Winchester. Magazines seem to be a challenge, but C-Products and CMMG are both nearing completion of a magazine that is said to reliably feed…

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newsstand censorship

CAN’T FIND GUNS & AMMO or other firearm publications at the newsstands? You’re not alone. Our offices have been flooded by letters and emails from readers who have alerted us to the removal of firearm magazines: “Here in Kentucky they have pulled most firearm magazines from their shelves. I wrote an email to Kroger, but never heard back. Fortunately, I subscribe,” Timothy Miller of Georgetown wrote. “Kroger foods affecting the Dillon stores in Wichita, Kansas, removed all gun magazines that contained MSR articles,” said Elwood Marshall. Most notably, Kroger Company, an operator of stores in 35 states under its own name and brands including Fred Meyer, Fry’s, Harris Teeter, King Soopers, Ralphs and Smith’s announced that it will no longer carry magazines featuring so-called “assault weapons.” Guns & Ammo, Shooting Times, Firearms News,…

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the auction block

A superb presentation-book-cased and engraved Colt Model 1849 Pocket revolver realized $73,800 at the October 30, 2018, Morphy Auction’s firearms sale. This splendid .31-caliber, five-shot percussion revolver was fully engraved with scroll and foliate designs. Featuring a 5-inch barrel, ivory grip, it has a blued finish and is complete with an original and rare period book casing with gold-embossed and red-leather covering titled “Colt’s Pioneer to Civilization & Christianity.” Accompanying accessories include a powder flask, tin of percussion caps, a packet of cartridges, bullet mold and turn screw. It is an impressive presentation. For more information about this and future auctions, contact Morphy Auctions ( or 877-968-8880).…

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identification & values

UNUSUAL 1903 COLT MARKING Q: I have been a Guns & Ammo subscriber since I was 12 years old in 1980. I thoroughly enjoy “Gun Room” and your articles on vintage firearms. I have a standard U.S. Army Colt Model 1903 revolver. It appears to be original with matching serial numbers. The finish is worn but without rust or pitting, and the bore is bright and shiny. The timing is slightly off, but it still locks up and shoots fine, although it shaves a little lead off .38 Long Colt ammo. I really like the fact that it is clearly marked by no less than three inspectors: “JTT”, “RAC” and “LEB”. Interestingly, “JTT” are the initials for John Taliaferro Thompson, the inventor of the so-called “Tommy Gun.” What has me stumped…

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hollywood hardware

Still one of the top-grossing and most watched films of all time, Director Steven Spielberg’s “Jaws” (1975) was the ultimate shark film, but it also contained a considerable amount of firearms — mostly in the guise of several M1 Garands. Of the M1s to appear in the film, some were used by members of the U.S. Coast Guard to (almost) shoot characters wearing fake shark fins. Another used by Orca Captain Quint, played by Robert Shaw, was unsuccessful at wielding one. Ultimately, Chief Martin Brody, played by Roy Scheider, fired his into a scuba tank in the shark’s mouth and killed the film’s eponymous and piscatorial villain. It’s a good thing he had an eight-shot Garand, as it took him six rounds to finally atomize the critter. Shown here is one…

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regarding reloads

THE ACT OF CHANGING MAGAZINES in a pistol seems to be an easy enough concept. The gun runs out of ammunition and the shooter puts more in. Let’s try and avoid complicating the matter. For the armed citizen, statistics suggest that you’ll never even have to reload. (Gunfights tend to end quickly, precluding the need for a reload.) Still, good training demands that we be prepared. Most readers have not been in a gunfight, but I have. In my experience, I can tell you that you’re not going to count rounds. Chances are that you’ll only have a vague idea of how many shots you fired. Certainly, there’s always an exception to the rule, but allow me to fall on my sword. In my first gunfight, I ran a Mossberg 590 completely dry.…