2023 Back Issues



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 2023. 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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June 2023

Random Rifle Talks: Trouble with the Small Bores (S&F, Vol 37, No 2)

Wonders Never Cease (S&F, Vol 37, No 7)

Maintaining Steel Gongs at a Busy Club (Dan Barrett)

A Vintage Low Wall: They Never Get Old (Terry Wieland)

First Time Shooting (Kevin Ryan)

Black Powder Cartridge Rifle Sage Rat Hunting (Lee von Borstel)

.32 Caliber Flinter and One-Eyed Jack (Gary Housman)

Black Bears Attack, Too (Ben East)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)


May 2023

A Moose Hunt in Ontario (S&F, Vol. 37, No 10)

Coyote vs. .58 Caliber! (Mike Nesbitt)

The Pope-Stevens Labyrinth: Big Books from Tom Rowe (Terry Wieland)

TexasMac’s Ramblings: Loading BPCR Lube-Groove Ammunition (Wayne McLerran)

Making a Platform for a Pope Machine Rest (Steve Webb)

Almost a Bear Hunt (Joe Turman)

My Moore 10 Gauge (Charles Sharps, PhD)


April 2023

A Veteran’s True Tale (S&F, Vol. 37, No 3)

Gun Farming in West Virginia (Ted Kalvitis)

My Three Stevens “Mouseketeers” (Pete Betz)

Leverage: For a Multitude of Tasks (Terry Wieland)

TexasMac’s Ramblings: BPCR Lube-Groove Cartridge Components (Wayne McLerran)

A Blind Date with a Springfield (Allie Bacon)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)


March 2023

A Camp Hunt in Indian Territory (S&F, Vol 37, No 6)

My Favorite .44/77 (Mike Nesbitt)

Handloads that Rescued Rifles: Rifles Rescued by Reloads (Part Two: The .30 Shortneck) (Dan Barrett)

Old Rifle, New Barrel: A new additional barrel, that is (Terry Wieland)

A Historical Treasure: Alexander Henry Double Rifle (William Berg)

Hunting Squirrel in Oklahoma (Joe Turman)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)


February 2023

Fixed on Antlers, Saw Moose Fight (S&F, Vol 37, No 4)

An Old Ripping Knife (Mike Nesbitt)

The Thorn Tree (Glyn Stanway)

Winchester’s Model 1894 Reloading Tool (John Stebbins)

Sure as Shootin’ (Ted Kalvitis)

Hunting Camp Gruber (Joe Turman)

Handloads that Rescued Rifles, Part One: The .30 Flathead (Dan Barrett)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)


January 2023

A Successful Outing in the Mississippi Canebrake (S&F, Vol 37, No 13)

Triple-Wrap Paper Patching (Mike Nesbitt)

Texas Teutons: Combing Schiller and Comanches (Terry Wieland)

“I’ve a Ratty Old Shotgun, You Interested?” (Charles Sharps, PhD)

An Accidental Collection (Detlef Jaussaud)

Product Review: Steve Earle “Clickless” Unertl Style Rings

Pine Thicket Groundhogs (Ted Kalvitis)

A Funny Thing (Lee Shaver)

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Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 11.5 × 8.5 in



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