GUN Gun mags...read 'em...subscribe to 'em?

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  1. texchef

    texchef Guest

    Which ones do you like? I need some more "library" material to subscribe to. My Hot VW sub is running out and I'm not renewing. Still get Maxim..:naughty:
     
  2. hsmith

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    no, i find them worthless
     
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  4. texchef

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    why is that? Most mags are worthless but I subscribe for entertainmnt purposes and to read the ads.
     
  5. Precision Shooting is an interesting mag if you're interested in long range benchrest shooting. A few years of subscription is nice, and then you start noticing they repeat similar articles after a while.
     
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    me too
     
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    american handgunner is the better of the mainstream mags. I also read front sight which is the uspsa mag, american rifleman because it comes with my nra membership, and blue press (dillion psudo mag) because it's free and they got hot chick w/ guns, decent articles, and sometimes has sales on bullets!
     
  8. cjj92yj

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    Although I don't subscribe, I find Shotgun News to be somewhat useful at times.
     
  9. KNYTE

    KNYTE I'm Not Kidding.

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    I subscribed to a few in the past, these days I buy one at the store every once in a while.

    You can find pretty much the same information on the internet now without the cost.
     
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    If I can get a free subscription, I'll order them for reading material in the can.

    I had Guns and Ammo for a year or so but my sub ran out.
     
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    Front Sight
    Tactical Journal
    Blue Press
    other than those, my can area is filled with reloading catalogs, brownells catalog, dawson precision catalog. etc
     
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    if i want something to read while taking a dump i grab my laptop :o
     
  13. texchef

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    Hard to wipe and type. Plus I got a lot of porn on my laptop so i would :wackit: more than read.
     
  14. hsmith

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    jerking while pooping ftw
     
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    Other then the occasional issue of shotgun news I have no interest in any gun mag's.
     
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    I like the Blue Press magazine. :naughty:
     
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    if i want to read them I just run to the local bookstore and browse them for a few minutes.

    Other than that, no
     
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    Only American Rifleman because the NRA sends it, and not consistently.
     
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    With the age of the internet upon us, they are pretty much worthless. Not to mention many of them also put their articles up on the net for all to read for free (some you still have to subscribe to).

    I do still like to browse through them occasionally though.
     
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    Paintballer Choo Choooo....

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    How does one go about getting the Blue Press magazine sent to them?
     
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    just go to dillonprecision.com and sign up for the blue press.
     
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    lt1aggie what?

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    I retarded, I can't find where on the website to sign up for the Blue Press. Unless it's just the catalog request.
     
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    http://www.dillonprecision.com/#/catalog_request.html

    It's actually their catalog. It's small maybe 40 some pages with a hot chick w/ a gun on every cover, 2-3 articles (about a page or two in lenght each), and the rest are product (reloaders, gun stuff, books, dvd, bullets, brass etc).

    It's the perfect size for one restroom session.
     

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