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<i>Written by Skeeter in the mid-1960s, the following article was found by his wife Sally shortly after his death in January 1988. It was published for the first time in the June 1988 issue of Shooting Times in its unedited version. We present it again unedited in two parts as a special tribute to Skeeter.<br />-- The Editors</i>My Friend, The .357

My Friend, The .357

Written by Skeeter in the mid-1960s, the following article was found by his wife Sally

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          To anyone versed in firearms history, it will come as no surprise when i proclaim theSmith & Wesson's .32-20 M&P

Smith & Wesson's .32-20 M&P

To anyone versed in firearms history, it will come as no surprise when i proclaim the

Paul Scarlata

On a fateful day in 1975, Skeeter's response to this letter began the entangled web of correspondence with the annoying, irrepressible, and always entertaining Jug Johnson. Their "friendship" went on for years. Here's how it all started. --The editorsThe Jug Johnson Saga

The Jug Johnson Saga

On a fateful day in 1975, Skeeter's response to this letter began the entangled web of

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              By Shooting Times Staff Report    Artillery Model, Navy Model, Army Model.Mitchell'sMitchell's Mausers Commemorative Lugers

Mitchell's Mausers Commemorative Lugers

By Shooting Times Staff Report Artillery Model, Navy Model, Army

              By Paul Scarlata    The Savage Model 1907 was one of the most popular American-madeSavage Model 1907 Automatic Pistol

Savage Model 1907 Automatic Pistol

By Paul Scarlata The Savage Model 1907 was one of the most popular

Paul Scarlata

Handguns, including your old 1911 and my plastic Glock, are minimal defensive guns at best--they just happen to be very handy, and a man fights with what he has.Ruger LCP .380

Ruger LCP .380

Handguns, including your old 1911 and my plastic Glock, are minimal defensive guns at

J. Guthrie

The snubnose revolver is still a viable competitor in the carry-gun market. It's not going anywhere...because it goes everywhere.Short and Still Sweet

Short and Still Sweet

The snubnose revolver is still a viable competitor in the carry-gun market. It's not going

Daniel T. McElrath

              By Paul Scarlata    Paul reviewed two Spanish Ruby pistols for this report. TheThe Spanish Ruby

The Spanish Ruby

By Paul Scarlata Paul reviewed two Spanish Ruby pistols for this report. The

Paul Scarlata

              By Paul Scarlata    The Colt New Service was a dominant player in the large-caliberThe Colt New Service Revolver

The Colt New Service Revolver

By Paul Scarlata The Colt New Service was a dominant player in the

Paul Scarlata

              By Dick Metcalf    Each year, the SHOT Show presents handgunners with a smorgasbordNew Handguns for 2009

New Handguns for 2009

By Dick Metcalf Each year, the SHOT Show presents handgunners with a

G&A Staff

              By Sheriff Jim Wilson,  ,Handgun Editor    I always look forward to visiting with myKimber Stainless Target II .38 Super

Kimber Stainless Target II .38 Super

By Sheriff Jim Wilson, ,Handgun Editor I always look forward to visiting

Jim Wilson

When it comes to compact auto pistols for self-defense, Kimber's three-inch-barreled, 25-ounce Ultra Raptor II flies high.Kimber's Ultra Raptor II Is A Mini-.45 That Really Soars

Kimber's Ultra Raptor II Is A Mini-.45 That Really Soars

When it comes to compact auto pistols for self-defense, Kimber's three-inch-barreled, 25-ounce

Joel J Hutchcroft

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