2001 Back Issues

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Back Issues of The Single Shot Exchange

Click on “Description” below for an index of featured articles from back issues of The Single Shot Exchange dating from the year 2001. With some exceptions, the first article listed under the issue date is an historical reprint published circa late 1800s to early 1900s.

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December 2001

Holding the Rifle (S&F, Nov 23, 1905)

New Lyman Bullet & Nose-Pour Mould (Paul A. Matthews)

An Unusual Martini (Charles J. Sharps, PhD.)

Der CPA Sonder Schuetzen (Thomas E. Oppel)

Caribou, A Daughter, Cross-Sticks, and a Single Shot (Garry Hollands)

Another 22 (Will Cordes)

Review: BPC Silhouette Handbook

Sierra Vista Rod & Gun Club (Greg Cameron)

Notes from a Gun Collector’s Wife (Terri Ritter)

 

November 2001

.22-Calibre Cartridge (S&F, July 12, 1888)

“The Smell of Cordite” (Charles J. Sharps, PhD.)

Need a Rifle? Make a Rifle (E. Albert Peterson)

Restoration of a Remington RB Action (Walter Schmidt)

A Return Visit with Sir Alfred G. Greenhill (C. Ron Dillon)

Notes on the Strength of the Small Martini Action (Jack Millar)

Granddad, the Trapdoors and Me (E. A. Nick Nichols)

Mid-West Blackpowder Championship (James D. Bourn)

 

October 2001

A Rifleman’s Experience (S&F, June 24, 1897)

A Look at the Pope Style Bullet (Paul A. Matthews)

The Ideal “Grand Slam” (Charlie Shaeff)

The Griffin-Fraser Action (Dominick Pisano)

“I’ve Never Shot a T/C Before” (Will Cordes)

“Smithing” a Highwall (Joel Black)

Trapdoor Down Under (John D. Fuller)

HBSA LR Vintage Rifle Championship (Mark Hodgins)

Notes from a Gun Collector’s Wife (Terri Ritter)

Pioneer Products Custom Molds

More Remarks on the Quigley Match (John King)

 

September 2001

Something About Lubricants (S&F, Jan. 31, 1889)

A New Trail (Ken Sterling)

The Flobert-Warnant (Will Cordes)

A Rook Rifle Restoration (Dave Norin)

A Case for a Stevens (Brett Boyd)

Full Circle: 44-100 Peabody-Martini (Charles J. Sharps, PhD)

Notes from a Gun Collector’s Wife (Terri Ritter)

Product Review: Hadley Eyecup, Cartridge Blocks

 

August 2001

The John Meyers Story, Part 17 (Paul A. Matthews)

Girl Scouts, E.M. Farris & the 405 WCF

Lyman Neck Sizing Dies (Paul A. Matthews)

Bringing Down “the Big One” (Bob Roller)

World’s Only Full Coverage Daisy

Loading the 50-70 for Silhouette Competition (Croft Barker)

Custom Stocking a Stevens 417 (Dominick Pisano)

Just When You Thought Your Hobby Was Safe (Adam Geibel)

My Remington Rolling Block (Rhett Howell)

A “One-Man, One-Day” Gun Show (Maj. Richard Keogh)

Eastern 60 Shot BPCR Champion (Andy Knez)

2001 California State BPC Championship (Arnold Moos)

Product Review: Bullet Casting Book, Nose Pour Mould, Chrome Moly Barrels

 

July 2001

The John Meyers Story, Part 16 (Paul A. Matthews)

Butch’s Triple Twill Cleaning Patches (Paul A. Matthews)

The Long & Short of It: Shooting the BPCR in Hot Weather (Will Cordes)

Mystery Bullet Lubricant (Michael Hrubets)

The Winchester-Hotchkiss Rifle (Garry Hollands)

New Barrels Need New Techniques (David W. Tucker)

The 416/348 JD Jones (Charles J. Sharps, PhD)

Notes from a Gun Collector’s Wife (Terri Ritter)

Product Review: Swinger Silhouette Targets & Buffalo Hunts

 

June 2001

The John Meyers Story, Part 15 (Paul A. Matthews)

What Is It Worth? (Maj. Richard J. Keogh)

Lucrezia Borgia Revisited: the 50-70 Trapdoor (Will Cordes)

Creedmoor: 1874-1890 (Tom Rowe)

Trials & Tribulations of Bullet Making(Phillip Roy)

An Old Rolling Block Shoots Again (Charles J. Sharps)

Shooting the BSA Martini Cadet Rifle (William Roth Jr.)

Resurrection of a High Wall (Charlie Shaeff)

The Fort Randall “Trapdoors” Ride Again (Roger Wiltz)

Product Review: Rem. Hepburn Action Kits & KIK Black Powder

 

May 2001

The John Meyers Story, Part 14 (Paul A. Matthews)

Still on Active Duty: the .45-70 (Maj. Richard J. Keogh)

Another Single Shot: Mod. 1868 Peabody (Charles J. Sharps)

The .256 Flanged (Will Cordes)

A “Who Dun It” Mystery (Dave Norin)

A Look at the Nose Pour Mould (Paul A. Matthews)

Notes from a Gun Collector’s Wife (Terri Ritter)

Rook Rifles

U.S. Historic Arms Shooters Assoc.

 

April 2001

The John Meyers Story, Part 13 (Paul A. Matthews)

A Gun Owner’s Dilemma (Charles J. Sharps)

Starline .45 2.6-Inch Brass (Will Cordes)

Hard Fouling in the BPCR & the Buffalo Match, Part 2 (Kenny Wesserburger)

A Unique Scope (Tom Lewis)

My Introduction to a Schuetzen Match (Ed Bullard)

Notes from a Gun Collector’s Wife (Terri Ritter)

U.S. Historic Arms Shooters Assoc.

 

March 2001

The John Meyers Story, Part 12 (Paul A. Matthews)

Honey & Hulk: A Tale of Two Rolling Blocks (Will Cordes)

Hard Fouling in the BPCR & the Buffalo Match (Kenny Wesserburger)

The Toggenburger (Garry Hollands)

Fun Shootin’ on a Windy Day (Jerome Wilson)

U.S. Historic Arms Shooters Assoc.

Notes from a Gun Collector’s Wife (Terri Ritter)

 

February 2001

The John Meyers Story, Part 11 (Paul A. Matthews)

Did Mossberg Miss the Boat? (Maj. Richard J. Keogh)

Making Brass and Loading for the …Vetterli  (William Roth Jr.)

A Love Affair with Martinis, Part 2 (Ken Woosley)

Important Things to Remember…H.M. Pope

U.S. Historic Arms Shooters Assoc.

Notes from a Gun Collector’s Wife (Terri Ritter)

 

 

January 2001

The John Meyers Story, Part 10 (Paul A. Matthews)

The Newton Rifle (Charles J. Sharps, PhD)

A Little Fooling Around with Projects

U.S. Historic Arms Shooters Assoc.

A Love Affair with Martinis, Part 1 (Ken Woosley)

Redding’s Competition Bullet Seating Die (Paul A. Matthews)

A Most Amazing Continental Single Shot (Dave Norin)

Cleaning Brass Cases (Barry Evons)

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Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 11.5 x 8.5 in
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2001

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