The above issue is about to be printed.
In the issue, for your reading pleasure and education, is a history of Grenfell & Accles with some of the cartridges they produced. You can find out why IAA members are being cautioned about riding the St. Louis Arch cable cars. Paul Smith has cut up some pretty “arcane” ammunition. There’s some Soviet underwater & rocket ammunition you can test in the bath tub. Learn all about the Canadian Confederation train and the .303 dummy cartridge made just for it. Special Russian 9mm Parabellum loads are presented by Lew. Ever heard of a US expendable paper machine gun belt ?? This issue’s color centerfold has, amongst other things, pictures of completely nude, un-retouched shotshell boxes, powder tins, top wads, flobert tins, and a Peregrine Falcon (with feathers)!! That guy from Arizona does another bit on baby-booming benchrest ‘bullets’. A report on the St. Louis show with photos of some of the attendees. Experimental aluminum 7.62 NATO links from Herbie Woodend’s collection. If you are having difficulty with the menu in your local Chinese restaurant