2022 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 2022. 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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September 2022

Where Moose and Caribou are Abundant (S&F, Vol 37, No 9)

Black Powder Lever Gun Match (Mike Nesbitt)

I Love the Outdoors (but) Things Happen When You Hunt (Joe Turman)

Another Alex Henry – You Can’t Have Too Many (Terry Wieland)

More Amore (Jeff Ritter)

Hunting and Its Season (S&F, Vol 37, No 3)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

August 2022

Hunting Big Game in New Brunswick (S&F, Vol. 37, No 9)

My Short-Range Sharps, New Sight and Load (Mike Nesbitt)

Lessons in Walnut – ‘Twas the Age of the XXXX-cess (Terry Wieland)

Kentucky Ballard – The Civil War’s Superior Single Shot Rifle (Jan K. Herman)

An Offhand Rifleman’s Prayer (S&F, Vol. 37, No 8)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

July 2022

Sights for Rifles (S&F, Vol 37, No 5)

The Model 1886, Again (Mike Nesbitt)

A Renewed Rolling Block (Lowell Braxton)

Obituary – Paul Shuttleworth

Mortimer, London – One of Many (Terry Wieland)

TexasMac’s Ramblings: Evaluation of the Wm. Malcolm 18” Two-Tone 6X Rifle Sight (Wayne McLerran)

Reverend Deadly and the Biodome (Ted Kalvitis)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

June 2022

Pioneer Stories (S&F, Vol 37, No 22)

Rolling Block Hawken Build – Gemmer (Dave Morelli)

A Tale of Two Wildcats or Rather a Tale of Two Mildcats (Don Munson)

Magical Martinis – Shaken or Stirred, the Martini Has Done It All (Terry Wieland)

Harry Pope’s Dogfight Gun (John Dutcher)

Exposed Hammer Martini – Discussed and Dissected (Clint Meier)

The Live Pigeon Gun (Glyn Stanway)

Buffalo Camp (Mike Moran)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

May 2022

Off Days (S&F, Vol. 37, No 21)

Shooting the ’66 (Mike Nesbitt)

My Adventure with a Martini .310 Cadet, Pt. III (Francis McDaniel)

The Rifle That Changed Everything – Britain’s Enfield Pattern 1853

Rescuing a Classic Sharps Rifle – From Wall Hanger to Shooter (Fred C. Lewis)

.22 BPCR – Something to Bark About! (John Gage)

My Dad (Glyn Stanway)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

April 2022

Comments on Rifle Sights as Applied to Target Practice (S&F, Vol. 37, No. 23)

Product Review: Old West Snake Oil (Mike Nesbitt)

Book Review: Indiana Gunmakers and Their Muzzle-Loading Longrifles – 1778-1900

My Adventure with a Martini .310 Cadet – Pt. II (Francis McDaniel)

From Dueling to Target Pistol – Crossover Guns are a Puzzle (Terry Wieland)

Making New Memories from Old Toys (Walter Pinjuv)

Enthusiasm – The Tie that Binds (Glyn Stanway)

Have Gun will Travel – The Letter (John Farrar)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

March 2022

Deer Hunting in Arkansas (S&F, Vol. 37, No. 17)

My Adventure with a Martini .310 Cadet, Pt I (Francis McDaniel)

My Last Sharps (Mike Nesbitt)

Werndl Jagdstutsen – From the Imperial Court in Vienna… (Terry Wieland)

The Large Frame Stevens 1894 Action (Detlef Jaussaud)

Hunting Texas (Joe Turman)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

February 2022

Recollections of an Old Sportsman: A Day with the Woodcock (S&F, Vol. 37, 20)

An Africa Story: The Lion (Mwalimu)

A Colorado Hunt (Joe Turman)

Bill Theno’s Original Leman (Mike Nesbitt)

Dutch Beaumont Rifle of 1871 (John R. DeBruijn)

Stevens and More Stevens (Terry Wieland)

Handloading Rimfire Cartridges for a .32 Smith and Wesson 1 1/2 Pistol (Lowell Braxton)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

 

January 2022

Wild Boar Hunting with Rifle and Dogs (S&F, Vol. 14, No. 37)

Old West Centerfires Matches (Mike Nesbitt)

Collecting Guns: Choose Your Passion! (Art Dichard)

Rock Island Medley – Single Shot Highlights from Dec 2021 Prem. Auction (Terry Wieland)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

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Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 11.5 × 8.5 in
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2022

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