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Old 02-08-2013, 07:59 PM   #11
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I like NRA's Shooting Illustrated and I read Shooting Times now and again. Although, The Shooting Times has gotten so thin over the years

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IMHO, the rest are garbage written by duphi.

Read a glowing report of a new P.O.S on a page, and see a full page advertisement for the P.O.S. on the facing page.

Always remember, gun rags are not interested in purveying information, they're interested in selling advertising.

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I am with Sonic! Shooting Times is one of my best preference's. And some "not all" articles in Guns and Ammo.
Of course there are some great specialty articles in the NRA Magazine. Like the ones on the Colt 1911, 1903 Springfield, Eddystones, M1 Garands and others.
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I used to pick up Guns & Ammo and/or Shotgun News to read at work. Havent read either in a couple years.

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Just once I'd like to read a semi-objective point of view. Off the rack $500 rifles shoot MOA and 338s WM are easy on the shoulder.

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Just once I'd like to read a semi-objective point of view. Off the rack $500 rifles shoot MOA and 338s WM are easy on the shoulder.
Yeah, they make it pretty obvious those articles are bought and paid for...
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And the "new" 1911 sells for $350 and eats up wadcutters with nary a stoppage, and ya can cover 10 holes at 50 yards with your thumbnail.

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