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    Sharpshooter Vlad the Impaler's Avatar
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    In addition to some of the others posted already, I enjoy Outdoor Life and America's First Freedom (NRA).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewidmt View Post
    I get Guns and Ammo and American Handgunner...used to get Shooting Times, but they went downhill. Need to start my subscription to Guns also.

    You can get free digital copies of Guns and American Handgunner on their sites. You can even download PDF versions to keep. They have back issues going for a couple of years back, and you get the latest edition as well, all free. You can sign up for email notification when the new issue is available.

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    +1 for Fur Fish and Game...-1 for American Hunt club, a lot of advertizement and they bombarded you with junk mail. I usually judge a mag by the amount of ads, also if most of the hunting articles are about deepest, darkest Upukeastan, or the only guns worth haveing are chambered .680 Loudenzeeboom but are a little light for deer, I steer clear. I'm a lifer NRA member and get the Rifleman every month, a little political, but if you're interested in firearms you need to join. There's at least one meat and taters article, on a wide variety on gun subjects in each issue. Shooting Times is down the list some but I pick a copy up every once in awhile. The reason I don't subscribe is that I prefer to pick and choose the article I read. I get a little weary reading how some new cartridge puts an old standard to shame, while the ballistics are nearly the same..........Duce<><
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    join the NRA and they have great mags. American Rifleman, American Hunter, Shooting Illustrated, just to name some. American handgunner is one of my favorties

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    Combat Handguns is a good read with good gun reviews

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebSnyper View Post
    You can get free digital copies of Guns and American Handgunner on their sites. You can even download PDF versions to keep. They have back issues going for a couple of years back, and you get the latest edition as well, all free. You can sign up for email notification when the new issue is available.

    Digital Editions | American Handgunner

    Digital Editions | Guns Magazine
    I already knew that but thanks! I just prefer having a paper copy in my hands. Kinda hard to read a laptop on the john......lol. Also use them for reference and loan copies out to friends.
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    indiana game and fish but I also like deer and deer hunting

    both are great reads deer and deer hunting gives some great info on my animal of choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by kriggo15 View Post
    As I get more into guns and hunting I was wondering if anyone has any magazine subscriptions they suggest. I already get field and stream but want to see if there are any other good ones.
    American Rifleman, you get it from the NRA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duce View Post
    +1 for Fur Fish and Game...-1 for American Hunt club, a lot of advertizement and they bombarded you with junk mail. I usually judge a mag by the amount of ads, also if most of the hunting articles are about deepest, darkest Upukeastan, or the only guns worth haveing are chambered .680 Loudenzeeboom but are a little light for deer, I steer clear. I'm a lifer NRA member and get the Rifleman every month, a little political, but if you're interested in firearms you need to join. There's at least one meat and taters article, on a wide variety on gun subjects in each issue. Shooting Times is down the list some but I pick a copy up every once in awhile. The reason I don't subscribe is that I prefer to pick and choose the article I read. I get a little weary reading how some new cartridge puts an old standard to shame, while the ballistics are nearly the same..........Duce<><

    One little habit I've picked up from my wife, when we get a magazine from the mail the first thing I do is sit down and rip out every page that is coated 100% with advertisement on both sides.

    When I'm sitting there looking at a magazine with 5-6 dollar retail price on it and more of it is in the trash than on the table and half of what I have left is still "trash" mixed in with magazine I start re-evaluating what that is worth. If you start sortng through the propaganda among the half left that mascarades as an article pretty soon most of them start revealing themselves for the sucker bet they really are.

    I still get magazines from the NRA, NMLRA, Outdoor Life, Reloader magazine. That's it and OL is in jepardy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewidmt View Post
    I already knew that but thanks! I just prefer having a paper copy in my hands. Kinda hard to read a laptop on the john......lol. Also use them for reference and loan copies out to friends.
    Agreed... I actually prefer hard copy as well.


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