Rifle 184 July 1999
On the cover we have... Ron Spomer's 6mm Remington Model 70 Winchester coyote rifel built by Rifles, Inc., Cedar City, Utah (see story on page 26).
This issue features: This'n'That- Spotting Scope by Dave Scovill, Shooting Irons- Still useful or just old-fashioned? by Al Miller, 1903 .22 10 semiautomatic- Rifle Retrospective by Sam Faiiala, BSA Meteor- Air Rifles by Jess Galan, Swarovski: A Baby-Boomer?- Optics by Wayne van Zwoll, The .30-06 - Still No. 1- Classic Cartridge by Stan Trzoniec, Three Steps Forward - One Back- Black Powder by Sam Fadala, Model 70 Coyote Rifle- A custom 6mm Remington by Ron Spomer, Optics '99- From "A" to "Z" by Wayne van Zwoll, A Trio of Savage .303s- A century old and almost forgotten! by Ken Waters, Winchester Model 1873 .44 WCF- Both more and less! by Mike Venturino, British Lee-Enfield- A world standard by Finn Aagaard, 1999 SHOT Show- Report from Atlanta by John Barsness, What's New in the Industry Inside Product News by Don Polacek, New England Custom Gun Service- Custom Comer by Stan Trzoniec, Product Tests, Loving Ugly Guns- Parting Shots by Clair Rees and much more!