2017 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 2017. 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 2017

Grouse Hunting with Uncle Hi (Rollin E. Smith, Vol. 23, No. 9)

Recollections of S.S. Varmint Rifles Through the Years (Brett Boyd)

Still .22 Rimfire (Brian Doan)

Apprentice Adventures (John Hawes)

Product Review: Steve Earle – Lyman Super Target Spot Scope Caps

Rolling Blocks and Oregon Barrels (Mike Nesbitt)

The Long Range Muzzle Loading World Championship Report – 2017 (Lee Shaver)

 

November 2017

Thanksgiving Day in the Woods

44 ½ DST Rimfire & Stuff

Product Review: Big Sky Lube

Adjusting the Pope Tang Sight

Seven Shooter

Book Review: P.O. Ackley – America’s Gunsmith

A Funny Thing

 

October 2017

Browning Gun and Rifle Barrels (Mont Vale, Vol. 9, No. 14)

Press Release: The GunPowder People

.22 Rimfire (Brian Doan)

TexasMac’s Rambling: Bullet Design & Loading Considerations for the Browning .40-65 BPCR – Pt 2 (Wayne McLerran)

Shotgun Zulu (Ted Kalvitis)

Collar Buttons and Round Balls (Mike Nesbitt)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

September 2017

Points for Riflemen (Vol. 7, No 126)

Seasoning a New Barrel (Mike Nesbitt)

? by Brian Doan

TexasMac’s Rambling: Bullet Design & Loading Considerations for the Browning .40-65 BPCR – Pt 1 (Wayne McLerran)

Book Review: Reloading Tools of the Black Powder Era Vols 1 & 2

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

August 2017

The Care of Rifles (E. A. Leopold, Vol. 9, No. 18)

C. Sharps Arms Low Wall in .44/40 (Mike Nesbitt)

Did I Really Need It That Bad? (Brian Doan)

Product Review: Wyoming Sight Drifter (Lee Shaver)

Quigley 2017 (Lee Shaver)

Press Release: Silver Screen Legend XX

 

July 2017

The .25-Calibre Rifle (Iron Ramrod, Vol. 8, No.5)

The .25-Calibre Rifle – Letters to the Editor (Vol. 8, No. 10)

Would You Believe? (Brian Doan)

A Pair of Dragoons (Lee Shaver)

Press Release: Hodgdon Powders

So You Want To Shoot That 32 Colt… (Roy Bertalotto)

Press Release: Starline Brass

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

June 2017

A Woodchuck Hunt (Iron Ramrod, Vol. 6, No. 2)

The Ballard #6 Target Rifle (Jim Hartman)

A 44-77 Mystery (Carl Schmidt)

2017 The Year of the 32-40? (Brian Doan)

As Told to Pistol Pete… (Peter Kuhlman)

Rotary Balance Bullet Scale (Lee Shaver)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

May 2017

Targets Used by American Riflemen, Pt. 3 (Ralph Greenwood, Vol. 8, No 25)

A Fine Old 40 Rod Gun (Jim Hartman)

You May Not Agree (Brian Doan)

Dylan’s First Boar (Charles Sharps, PhD)

“Age Hardening” in Bullets Cast from Wheelweights (Bill Springfield)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

April 2017

Targets Used by American Riflemen, Pt. 2 (Ralph Greenwood)

Fence Row Relic, Pt. 2

Deer Season in the High Desert

A Little of This, That, and the Other Thing…

First Elk

Stevens Semi Military Target Rifles

A Funny Thing

 

March 2017

Targets Used by American Riflemen, Pt. 1 (Ralph Greenwood, Vol. 8, No. 24)

Never Too Something (Brian Doan)

Three Minutes to Eternity (Charles Sharps, PhD)

Last Minute Buck (Paul A. Matthews)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

February 2017

Mr. Reuben Harwood (Iron Ramrod) (Vol. 8, No. 10)

Harwood’s Bullet Lubricating Pump (Vol. 8, No. 8)

It’s .22 Time! (Brian Doan)

Four Shots Four Elk (Charles Sharps, PhD)

300 Colts for the Fort Sumter Relief Expedition (Robert D. Whittington III)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

January 2017

Can The Fine Shooting Qualities in a Rifle be Retained? (Vol. 8, No. 22)

What’s in a Name? (Brian Doan)

Some Colt Revolver Myths (Robert D. Whittington III)

Collar Buttons from the Past (Charles Sharps, PhD)

Press Release: Hodgdon Powders

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

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