Issue #112 of Stewards & Stories includes “A John of All Trades: Winchester’s John Olin”, “A Case for Restoration”, “Showing Some Love for Pump Action 22LR Rifles”.
Stewards & Stories
Celebrating the history of firearms and the shooting lifestyle, while recognizing the role of each generation in maintaining these legacies.
A feature of our Shoot History online magazine.
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Issue #11 of Stewards & Stories includes “Granddad’s Gun: A Georgia quail hunter keeps a family legacy alive”, “A Firearms Treasure Hidden in Plain Sight”, and “Of Remingtons, Parkers and Old Pats”.
Issue #10 of Stewards & Stories includes “Granddaddy’s Gun: A Restored Family Shotgun Gets a New Life Training Fine Bird Dogs”, “We Don’t Own Guns, We Care for Them”, and “Let it Slide”.
Issue #9 of Stewards & Stories includes “Celebrating 150 Years of Marlin Firearms”, “Levering Interest”, and “My Father’s Colt”.
Issue #8 of Stewards & Stories includes “10 Reasons to Shoot a .22 Rimfire”, “The Light-Bulb Moment: Converting Anti-Gunners to New Enthusiasts”, and “The 5 Guns that Every Hunter Should Own”.
Issue #7 of Stewards & Stories includes “Theodore Roosevelt’s Legacy”, “The Model 42 Shotgun”, and “More Than 150 Years Of Winchester”.
Issue #6 of Stewards & Stories includes “Classic Firearms: Winchester Model 62”, “Join the Hunt: 5 Ways to Help Your Hunting Heritage”, “A Beginner’s Guide to Buying a Used Shotgun”, and “First Gun”.
Issue #5 of Stewards & Stories includes “Lauding them Legendary Lever Actions”, “Rescuing the German Guns”, and “Firearms Industry Salutes America’s Veterans”.
It’s true that John Moses Browning-penned repeaters like Winchester’s Model 1886, 1894 and 1895 get a lot of attention, we would do well to remember the innovations in lever action firearms both before the world received Mr. Browning’s designs and after they made their mark. Thanks to the good folks at Rock Island Auction Company for giving us a refresher on the history of lever action innovation.
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