2018 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 2018. 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 2018

A Christmas Bear Hunt (B.C. Morse)

Winchester’s .32 Special (Mike Nesbitt)

A Diamond in the Desert (Lee Shaver)

My First Rifle (Ted Kalvitis)

Marlin 1887 Lever Action 38-40 Junker (Joe Turman)

Two in One Day! (Paul A. Matthews)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

November 2018

A Thanksgiving Hunt (Montezuma)

Guns & Gun Implements – Then and Now, Part II (Vol 9 No 13)

Black Powder .303 Savage Miniatures (Mike Nesbitt)

Apprentice Adventures (John Hawes)

TexasMac’s Ramblings: “Money Bullets” for the Browning .40-65 BPCR (Wayne McLerran)

Press Release: Starline Brass Rolls Out .30-30 Win. Brass

Here’s How I did It! (Tom West)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

October 2018

Guns & Gun Implements – Then and Now  (Vol 9 No 9)

Meat Makin’ Hannah (Mike Nesbitt)

Apprentice Adventures (John Hawes)

The Journey to Quigley (Lee von Borstel)

The Schuetzen Project (W. Kevin Dougherty)

TexasMac’s Ramblings: Case Stretching & Separating in Black Powder Cartridge Rifles (Wayne McLerran)

 

September 2018

An Elk Hunt in Oregon, Pt. 2 (Cervus)

A Story of Two Ballards (Carl Schmidt)

Long Live the .32/40 (Mike Nesbitt)

Something You Don’t See Every day – Remington Paper Patch Mold (Tom Rowe)

The Schuetzen Project ( W. Kevin Dougherty)

History of Tom Harper’s Custom Loads and Harper’s Dies (Fred Davis)

Something You Don’t See Every Day – Hart Wind Gauge Front Sight (Tom Rowe)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

August 2018

An Elk Hunt in Oregon, Pt. 1 (Cervus)

Introducing Hefty Hannah (Mike Nesbitt)

Something You Don’t See Everyday – Soule’s Micrometer Wind-gauge & Peep Sight (Tom Rowe)

Black Powder Cartridge Case Annealing (Tom Wilson)

Another Gizmo for the Front Rest Improves Group Size (Bill Springfield)

Don’t Do This…My First Experiments with Loading Rimfire Cases (Trader Jeff)

The Exploding Wedge and Other Unlikely Devices (Ted Kalvitis)

TexasMac’s Ramblings: Evaluation of Locking Handles for Casting Moulds (Wayne McLerran)

 

July 2018

Guns & Grouse

Where Ruffed Grouse are Found

Burton Muzzleloading Barrels

Something You Don’t See Everyday – Martines Chick Re – DeCapper (Tom Rowe)

TexasMac’s Ramblings: Pan-Lubing BPCR Bullets My Way (Wayne McLerran)

A Funny Scope Story from the Days of Youth and Opportunity

Book Review: Black Powder Cartridge Reloading Primer – 9th Ed.

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

June 2018

A Leaf From My Notebook

Phases of the Sportsman’s Moon

CSA’s J. P. Lower-Style Rifle

Press Release: Starline Brass

Apprentice Adventures (John Hawes)

Something You Don’t See Every day—Stevens Little Offhand Scope (Tom Rowe)

TexasMac’s Ramblings: Evaluation of the RCBS Easy Melt Casting Furnace with PID (Wayne McLerran)

Nagant-Nagaahnt (Ted Kalvitis)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

May 2018

The .25 Calibre and Sport in the South

Shooting Wild Turkey with Small-bore Rifles

The .25 Calibre Rifle

Praise for the Old .50/70

Thoughts of a Fat Old Gun Nut (Brian Doan)

Something You Don’t See Every day—D. W. King Powder Measure (Tom Rowe)

A Practical Variation on the Zip Gun (Ted Kalvitis)

A Funny Thing Happened While at the SHOT Show (Charles Sharps, PhD)

 

April 2018

Advice to Young Sportsmen

Shooting “on the Trail”

Texas Mac’s Ramblings: Sensitivity of Black Powder to Static Discharge (Wayne McLerran)

News Release: Slip Resistant Pads (Anneal-Rite)

The 38-35 Stevens for Long Range?

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

March 2018

Cartridges-Survival of the Fittest

Shooting the .44/90 Sharps (Mike Nesbitt)

TexasMac’s Ramblings: Casting with a PID Controller (Wayne McLerran)

Product Review: Allen Adjustable Rifle Rest (Brian Doan)

Apprentice Adventures (John Hawes)

Why a Remington Rolling Block?

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

February 2018

Squirrel Hunting

Seeking Sanctuary

My First .250/3000

Nine Shooter

Apprentice Adventures (John Hawes)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

January 2018

Winter

Center Fire

Blanket Gun Covers (Mike Nesbitt)

Surprise from a Great Old Warhorse

Another Gun Mystery

TexasMac’s Ramblins: All .40-65 Winchester Reloading Die Sets are Not Equal (Wayne McLerran)

Apprentice Adventures (John Hawes)

Book Review: More .45-70 Springfields 1873-1893

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

 

 

Additional information
Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 11.5 x 8.5 in
Year

2018

Month

Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec