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Posted: 6/6/2003 6:02:32 PM EDT
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barely legal
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American Rifleman Golf Magazine
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LoL @ "(the kind with pages)"
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National Review The Economist National Geographic
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I've been a long time fan of Car and Driver
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combat handgun
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Maxim
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Sound and Vision
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... National Geographic ... Arizona Highways ... Wired ... Scientific American ... Discover ... National Defense Magazine ... Penthouse
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Architectural Digest Guns and Weapons for Law Enforcement Car and Driver
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Cycle Sport Velonews
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Guns of the Old West Dog World San Francisco Chronicle [news paper] Shotgun News Gun List Oriental Dolls [naughty]
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Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords, popular science.
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SGN Combat handguns R/C Report R/C Modeler Model Airplane News
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Guns & Weapons for Law Enforcement Popular Mechanics American Rifleman In-Fisherman Collectible Automobile (which, btw would work out better if it had staples so, like the old Playboys, you could read it flat.) In fact, shouldn't all auto magazines be longer left to right rather than tall and narrow? Autos and trucks are, after all, longer than they are tall. I guess this shaped magazine wouldn't show up too well on the newstand. Automobile Quarterly is the only one I know of that makes their magazine (book) sort of the right way, but they are only available by subscription.
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Scuba Diving (Rodale's) Dive Training The Economist
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Double Gun Journal This is the only rag I care to read anymore as the rest seem to be driven by biased reviews performed by mfgs, not shooters. IMHO, CH
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maxim racing milestones circle track shotgun news chevy high performance hot rod limbaugh letter
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American Rifleman Popular Mechanics Playboy
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you dont wanna know
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Precision Shooting
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Gun Tests & Shotgun News. I am also old school and still subscribe to magazine porn, Penthouse.
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American Rifleman U S News Consumer Report Gun Tests(like consumer report for guns,no ads)
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FHM/Maxim (almost same thing, just differnt chicks) Guns & Weapons for Law Enforcement Motortrend Car & Driver I'm not really a magazine kinda guy. I like newspapers, but w/ all the free stuff on the net, why buy anything anymore? I probably guy 5-7 mags a year. I have an FHM Subscription, but that was like $10 for two years, and I just wanted the calander.
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Small Arms Review Tactical Knives ADVOCATE
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I subscribe to S.W.A.T. Magazine GWLE, just deals with to much police stuff, traffic stops, propper techniques to cuffing suspect, searching for suspects, etc.
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Popular Mechanics American Rifleman
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Originally Posted By Red_Beard: barely legal
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[lol] Small Tops is/was nice also.....[naughty] Haven't seen a copy in a long time A few of my favorites SOF Maxim National Geopgraphic Reason Barracuda [url]http://www.barracudamagazine.com/[/url] Atomic [url]http://www.atomicmag.com/[/url] Mopar Action/Mopar muscle The Horse (formerly Iron Horse)custom bike/chopper mag [url]http://www.ironcross.net/[/url] AWOL (Brit bike mag) was good while it lasted (haven't seen a copy in a long while).
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The American Conservative
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[url=http://www.americanhandgunner.com/]American Handguner[/url] American Rifleman [url=www.sofmag.com]Soldier of Fortune Magazine[/url]
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i subscribe to: Car Craft AOPA Pilot Sometimes ill buy or read at the news stand, Guns and weapons for law enforcement. Sometimes i like Hot Rod or Rod and Custom. Shotgun News is always fun. Air and Space
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- Road & Track ( subscription ) - Motor Trend ( subscription ) - Various watch mags If I'm shopping for parts or used guns I'll pick up a GList or SNews. I don't need no gun rags cuz I get all the latest product updates right here!
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Canoe & Kayak Backpacker
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[Last Edit: 6/7/2003 11:53:37 AM EDT by prk]
"Full of kiss-ass gun reviews because they send us samples to try and we shoot them free for months" "Read our articles and look next to them for the ads for all the free accessories we got" "Packed with full-page ads for bogus 'secret fighting system vidoes that will devastate your opponents' " "Look a the free big-game hunts we get for speaking favorably about the outfitters" "NRA Leadership seems to walk on water while slowly, steadily compromising away your gun rights" "The manufacturers take us shooting Monthly"
Link Posted: 6/7/2003 2:38:58 PM EDT
Originally Posted By RiffRandall: The Horse (formerly Iron Horse)custom bike/chopper mag [url]http://www.ironcross.net/[/url]
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I started readin IH about issue 42...and was there till the crew left...LONG LIVE DAVID SNOW.. while David Snow was there it had heart he poured his life into that mag every issue...since Ralph got it ..its all about the money.....jmo
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Better Homes and GArdens.... online mag....Modern Drunkard -HS
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[Last Edit: 6/7/2003 3:49:39 PM EDT by RiffRandall]
Originally Posted By varmitgun:
Originally Posted By RiffRandall: The Horse (formerly Iron Horse)custom bike/chopper mag [url]http://www.ironcross.net/[/url]
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I started readin IH about issue 42...and was there till the crew left...LONG LIVE DAVID SNOW.. while David Snow was there it had heart he poured his life into that mag every issue...since Ralph got it ..its all about the money.....jmo
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You're right, it's not nearly the mag it was. I mean, WTF is up with the fiction (always skip that part). I think I miss Flynch most of all, & Noyes was always on a totally different level. Not to mention Fritz & Chopperman's Choppin Safari. Still, there doesn't seem to be any other US published custom bike mag that will even admit that HD isn't the only bike in existance as much as choppers go. Nobody else seems to remember or feature Sportster & Triumph/BSA choppers, much less chopped SOHC Honda 4's, Guzzi's or BMW's. Snow & the old IH crew have immunized me from Evo Ness-mess garbage wagons.
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GWLE SWAT FORBES MONEY MUSCLEMAG DUPONT REGISTRY
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Excellence AutoWeek Playboy GQ American Rifleman SAR Velocity and a bunch more I can't remember
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The only magazines I receive is America’s 1st Freedom, Dillon Precision, and the Cheaper than dirt magazines, everything else is online. Hillbilly- [url=http://www.moderndrunkardmagazine.com/index.html]MDM[/url] is the only way to go: Blackout Brigade here I come! Also [url]www.Sierratimes.com[/url] [url]www.Newsmax.com[/url] [url]www.Jewishworldreview.com[/url] And some others that I am to lazy or drunk to list: LT have you thought of getting a post office box out of the county? BTW I have a hard time believing that there are places that censor what can be mailed, what is the First about anyway?
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Stuff Magazine. No doubt about it.
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GUNS: Guns Magazine CARS: Autosport (UK) F1 Racing (UK) The Star (official magazine of Mercedes-Benz Club of America) PLANES: Air & Space Smithsonian AOPA Pilot Flying Pilot Journal/Flight Journal Plane & Pilot Wings WORK: CE News Civil Engineering Engineering Inc. Engineering Journal (but I just look at the pictures) Engineering News Record Modern Steel Construction Structural Engineering Structure GENERAL INTEREST: Forbes National Geographic Traditional Home (actually Mrs. Benz's) US News
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Stuff Grappling Combat Handguns
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