Rifle 7 Jan. 1970
On the cover we have... The bench rest scene on the cover of this issue, though planned a year ago, is particularly apprppriate since RIFLE is now the official publication of the National Bench Rest Shooters Association. The rifle is Remington’s new 40XB-BR, the first major factory rifle designed to meet NBRSA specifications, with Remington’s 20XBR scope, a Bausch & Lomb zoom spotting scope on the Freeland bipod stand, and Beecher fore-end rest and bags.
This issue features: More Fun With Your Gun by Jim Carmichel, The Lyman Story, Ken Waters, Stock Finishing by Henry L. Wohltman, First Factory Bench Rifle by Jim Gilmore,‘Hind-Leg’ Shooting by Al Miner, Nothing New by John Wootters, Barrel Rejuvenation by Maj. George C. Nonte, Tests by Roy Dunlap, Those Amazing .28’s by Maj. George C. Nonte, Home-Built Bullet Tester by Earl Etter, Something New In Rifles by Roy Dunlap and much more!