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September 2021 Issue

On newsstands July 13, available in both print and digital.

This Month in Shooting Times:

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On the Cover: Varmints Beware! Franchi’s bolt-action Momentum Elite is now offered in a Varmint configuration chambered for .223 Rem., .22-250, and .224 Valkyrie. By Joel J. Hutchcroft

Other articles include:

  • Gold Reserve: Mossberg’s new-for-2021 Reserve Series over-under shotguns offer a lot of gun for not a lot of money, and the Gold Reserve especially deserves your attention. By Steve Gash
  • .458 Winchester Magnum - The Complete Story: Introduced in 1956, the .458 Winchester Magnum is still one of the best dangerous-game cartridges in the world. By Layne Simpson
  • Quick Shot - Ruger Wrangler .22 LR: Ruger says the budget-minded .22 rimfire Wrangler is the company’s most sought-after single-action revolver. By Joel J. Hutchcroft
  • Quick Shot - TRUGLO TRU•TEC Micro Red Dot: TRUGLO’s new TRU•TEC Micro red-dot sights are compatible with optics-ready pistols as well as rimfire and centerfire carbines. By Joel J. Hutchcroft
  • Quick Shot - DeSantis Wild Hog Hybrid Holster: Made of 1060D ballistic nylon, closed-cell foam, and premium saddle leather, the Wild Hog Hybrid is the newest rendition of DeSantis’s classic Hunter holster. By Joel J. Hutchcroft
  • and so much more...
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