Handloader 197 February 1999
On the cover... The Winchester Model 1873 .38 WCF rifle with a full octagonal barrel came off the assembly line in 1884. Stan Trzoniec is shooting the Thompson/Center .22 K-Hornet with factory custom thumbhole stock design. Photo by Dave Scovill.
In the issue: RCBS goes cowboy by Dave Scovill, 6.5-284 by staff, .25-20 Single shot by Sengel, Some useless and not so useless things by Simpson, Pellets for Partridge: A 50-year analysis by Zutz, The fixed sight revolver by Venturino, Modern Black Powder Loads for the .44-40 by Venturino, Part VII: Cast bullets: loading tips by Miller, Headspace by Zwoll, Ashley Express Sights by Aagaard, Little Magnums in 10-inch barrels by Barsness, .30-06 Pet Loads by Waters, .22 K-Hornet by Trzoniec, .260 Remington by William Falin and much more!