ADVERTISERS: A word from one of our advertisers: “Of the several publications that I run ads in The Single Shot Exchange provides the most responses. Your advertising pulls in the most contacts, and your content is entertaining and informative. What more could anyone want!” Peter Nagel, Restorative Welding, Oregon, Illinois.
PRODUCT REVIEW IS LIKE A FREE AD: After evaluating your product, book or service for ourselves, if we would like to recommend you to our readership, we will publish a review, where applicable with photo(s). Then, listen for your phone to “ring off the hook” and your email inbox to load up! This amounts to one month of FREE Advertising and we are happy to offer this service to you.
AD DESIGN: Our in-house designer will create and digitally layout your ad for FREE. Contact us with your ad idea, the information and photo(s) you want to include and we will create the ad and email it to you for review, changes and approval. Any changes you need in upcoming issues, we will be glad to make gratis.
CLASSIFIEDS, FREE AD WITH SUBSCRIPTION OR RENEWAL: All subscribers receive a Free 50-word ad with their subscription. Every time you renew, you also receive a Free 50-word ad. This is a $15.95 value per 50-word ad.
CLOSING DATE: Our closing date for advertising is the first of every month. We can accommodate most every size and shape of ad. Regarding position for your insertions, our readers tell us repeatedly that they read the The Single Shot Exchange from cover to cover and every page in between.
Many have also told us they eagerly await the magazine’s arrival by the 15th of every month. Except in rare occasions of severe winter weather, we have not missed a mail-out deadline in over 20 years (actual delivery dates, of course, are dependent upon the postal service).
For a guide to advertising rates and mechanical specifications for your ad, please click here.
This most talented and knowledgeable cadre of contributing writers — a number of them notable authorities in black powder guns and vintage arms with multiple decades of experience — have so generously shared their experience with our readers, both in the form of articles for the magazine and in
exchanges for our “Letters & Queries” pages.
But we also love to hear from those less seasoned shooters who write of the thrill of the sport and sometimes the frustration.
Our subscribers are kind, helpful individuals always ready to share their tips and ideas with one another.
Jot down your thoughts on hunting, shooting, collecting or the “ins and outs” of working on a project: we’ll “wordsmith” your piece to let the writer in you shine through! Subject matter must pertain to guns and/or accessories made or designed prior to 1920.