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Old 03-30-2020, 05:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Green Frog View Post
I join you in morning the loss of real gun experts writing in real gun magazines. Iíve completely discontinued my market targeted gun magazines and only get AR (because Iím a life member) and journals from the various specialty groups to which I belong. Itís gotten so bad that even a couple of these journals call on me for the occasional article. Talk about scraping the bottom of the barrel!

My current research method is to first scan the InterWeb and ask questions on specialty sites, then go through my library of old AR and other magazines, then look through the few old books I own for other info. Current mass market magazine? Not so much.

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It appears these people are struggling to stay in business with paper publications and I hope they succeed because a number of us prefer reading paper. AMERICAN RIFLEMAN, ironically, will outlive the others, and certainly not because it's a worthy gun magazine as it once was.
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