2013 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 2013. 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 2013

A Christmas in the Overflow (S. D. Barnes, Vol. 35, No. 10)

Quest for 45-70 Caribou – Partt II (Terry L. Keizer)

Product Review: MVA “B” Series Scope (Mon Yee)

Recoil in Rifles – Letter to the Editor (James Duane, Vol. 5, No. 7)

Fun with My Hundred-Dollar Hungarian (Maj. Richard J. Keogh, RET)

Which One Is Best? Part Three (Croft Barker)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

November 2013

Recoil in Rifles

Product Review: Ballwright .45 cal. Hand Reloading Kit

A Bucket List Buffalo Hunt

Which One Is Best? Part Two

A Funny Thing

 

October 2013

What Rifle Shall I Select? Part 4 (Ralph Greenwood, Vol. 5, No.3)

Wanted, A Perfect Rifle (Louis Bagger, Vol. 5, No. 3)

The Lost Gun: the Search and Rescue of Beasley and Perdue (Simon Bolivar Cathcart)

Beasley and Perdue (Lionel Youst)

Which One Is Best? Part One (Croft Barker)

Press Release: “The Brass Facts”

A Funny Thing (To Train Up a Child reprint, May 1997, Lee Shaver)

 

September 2013 

What Rifle Shall I Select? Part 3 (Ralph Greenwood, Vol. 5, No.2)

Quest of 45-70 Caribou…Part 1, Getting an Accurate Load (Terry  L. Keizer)

A Versatile Shop-made Front Rest Platform for the Serious Benchrester (Bill Springfield)

Duplicating Remington’s Factory High Grade Finish (Dominick Pisano)

“Wow” (Paul A. Matthews)

Product Review: GOEX Olde Eynsford Powder (Lee Shaver)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

August 2013

What Rifle Shall I Select? Part 2 (Ralph Greenwood, Vol. 4, No. 19)

Old Mould (Croft Barker)

A Technique for Enhancing…Tiger Maple Stock (Bill Springfield)

Have Been Thinkin’…About An Old Stevens Model 35 (Brett Boyd)

Product Review: Bullseye Camera System (Lee Shaver)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

July 2013

What Rifle Shall I Select? Part 1 (Ralph Greenwood, Vol. 4, No. 18)

Old Man Stone (Paul A. Matthews)

Product Review: Pedersoli’s Guns Turbo Cleaner (Lee Shaver)

The Crown in the Jewel (Croft Barker)

Time Marches On (Charles J. Sharps, PhD)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

June 2013

Duck Shooting with a .22 Caliber Rifle (Vol. 36, No. 10)

Offhand Rifle Shooting (Harry M. Pope, Arms and the Man)

Finding a Sharps (Robert Ulbricht)

Spring Ice-Breaker at Oak Ridge, Tenn. (Lee Shaver)

Book Review: Broadfoot Publishing (Lee Shaver)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

May 2013

Grouse Shooting with the .22 Short Cartridge (Vol. 35, No. 8)

Visible Loader (Croft Barker)

Big and Heavier Is Better (Paul A. Matthews)

Breaking in a Barrel (Lee Shaver)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

April 2013

Twist in Rifles (R. H. Pardee, Vol. 10, No. 8)

Kids, Cans and Bottle Caps (Brett Boyd)

A Discussion on Gain Twist vs. Straight Twist (Lee Shaver)

What Makes a Champion BPCR Silhouette Shooter? (Paul A. Matthews)

An Unscheduled Match (Croft Barker)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

March 2013

The Point of Least String Measurement (A.L.A. Himmelwright, Vol. 25, No. 7)

Stuff (Croft Barker)

The Evolution of Targets and Scoring Shots (Lee Shaver)

I Choose A Rifle, Part 2 (Paul A. Matthews)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

February 2013

The Proper and Absurd Use of the Rifle (Ralph Greenwood, Vol. 10, No. 14)

Dry Fire (Croft Barker)

I Choose a Rifle, Pt. 1 (Paul A. Matthews)

Product Review – Timberluxe (Lee Shaver)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

January 2013

Threshing Old Straw (Vol. 10, No. 10

A Proper Breech Seater (Croft Barker)

The Farrow Rifle and Me (Dick Chamberlain)

Loading the 44 S 100 Remington (Nick Naul)

Book Review: The Gun Book for Boys  (Lee Shaver)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

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Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 11.5 x 8.5 in
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2013

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