Issue: 19360901

Tuesday, September 1, 1936
September 1936
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Outdoor Life
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Continental Can Company
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Continental Can Company
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DIVISION OF NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORPORATION: Crab Orchard BRAND
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DIVISION OF NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORPORATION
Crab Orchard BRAND
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0003.xml
masthead
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Outdoor Life
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CONTENTS for SEPTEMBER 1936
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0006.xml
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.: PRINCE ALBERT
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
PRINCE ALBERT
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0007.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0008.xml
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Where to go HOW TO TRAVEL
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Fishing in Arizona
Montana Game
Hunting in Pennsylvania
Muscle Shoals Fishing
Arizona Elk and Deer
Thunder Lake
Southern Ohio Fishing
Lac Du Flambeau
Elk, Trout, and Goat
Albany River Fishing
McKenzie River Fishing
Idaho Trout
Nothern Minnesota
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IT IS probable that many sportsmen will this year take their hunting or fishing vacations in Arizona for the first time, for it is becoming known that our state not only has plenty of fish and game, but offers advantages in scenery and climate that few parts of the country can equal.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0009.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0010.xml
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Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation: Sir Walter Raleigh
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Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation
Sir Walter Raleigh
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0011.xml
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Advertisements
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Conservation and RESTOCKING
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Pacific Salmon in Eastern Waters
Ducks Still Threatened
Texas Group Organizes
Beneficial Hawks
Extend Ozark Forest
War On Snapping Turtles
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WHAT Eastern angler wouldn’t thrill to the desperate tug and tussle of a fighting silver salmon on the end of his line? Who would not travel hundreds of miles for that incomparable experience? So far, the opportunities for indulging in such a battle with that king among fish, the Oncorhynchus kisutch, has been reserved for those who could journey to the states of Washington and Oregon, and Alaska, or already lived there.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0013.xml
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Advertisements
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ONE CAST MORE
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BRILLIANTS, scattered by a drooping sun, sparkle the ripples of a Georgian Bay cove, but an angler, loath to leave, tries again for the big bass that every fisherman knows will rise to his next cast
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0015.xml
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11,12,13,83
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THE LOST ART OF STALKING
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HOWARD HILL
THROUGH long hours of silent waiting, I used to sit atop a jagged cliff, and, with a pair of binoculars, watch some alert creature of the forest as he grazed, played, or rested, knowing that to stalk him was beyond my ability as a woodsman.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0016.xml
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14,15,85
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Where DUCKS Have the Edge
New Duck Census
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DICK WOOD
DUCK hunting, as practiced on the Tennessee river, is my favorite outdoor sport. For action, thrills, and skill, it is second only to trout fishing. To insure a decent bag of mallards and pintails on the old Tennessee, you must possess all the qualifications of the finished stillhunter.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0017.xml
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16,17,73,74
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SPECTER BUCK
Bull Island Bird Refuge
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Allyn H. Tedmon
SOME of the natives of the Sleepy Cat country believed the tassel buck was of the spirit world, not real flesh and blood. Others, while admitting that the deer wore hair and was otherwise normal, insisted that it bore a charmed life. In some way, they argued, it was watched over jealously by the red gods of the big tops.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0018.xml
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ALL VENOM and FIGHT
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GORDON GORDON
A GOOD handshaker is a good Gila-monster hunter. I learned that early from slender, wiry William Watkins, who tracks down and captures more of these miniature dinosaurs than probably anyone else in the country. Not that these strange, desert lizards, the only poisonous ones in the United States, are especially amiable.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0019.xml
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The Other Side of A RIFLE QUESTION
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H. V. STENT
AN OLD fable tells of the six blind men of Hindustan who examined an elephant. One felt only the tail, and decided the beast was like a rope. Another, feeling the elephant’s broad side, declared it was like a wall. The resulting arguments were long and loud, and the reason was, of course, that no one man took the trouble to make a thorough investigation.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0020.xml
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Midsummer Night's BASS
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C. B. H. VAILL
NIGHT fishing is something I’ve never cared for. You can attribute that fact to lack of experience, to lack of curiosity, —to anything, in fact, except a lack of interest in fishing. In daylight, I love fishing. I know no thrills greater than a sunrise across a misty lake, or the ripple of a trout stream at dusk.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0021.xml
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Tackling TIGERS Afoot
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W. S. THOM
THE amount of sport you get out of killing a tiger depends on the way you go about it. The kind of tiger you get—whether it’s the normal deer hunter, a cattle lifter, or a man-eater—makes little difference. In spite of its awesome reputation, the maneater may be the easiest to kill, and cause the least excitement in the process.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0022.xml
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Sea Savages AND SOUTH SEA ANGLERS
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WILLARD PRICE
THERE exists a romantic notion that the South Seas is a region of bliss, where natives sit by sparkling lagoons, and dream away the golden hours, with never a pain or peril. I thought that myself before I went there. Then Fal, chief of Ponape Island, Micronesia, took me shark hunting.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0023.xml
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BIRD PARADISE on a Desert
The Bold Reclamation Experiment by California That Is Opening up New Ranges for Game Birds and Bringing New Thrills to Westerners Who Hunt with Scatter Guns
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EDWIN HOGG
IN CALIFORNIA, a few years hence, sportsmen will be hunting quail, doves, pheasants, and several species of exotic partridges in the vast desert, or semidesert that extends over much of the southeastern part of the State. This arid country, equal almost to the area of all New England, and useless for agriculture or grazing, is now being stocked with game birds.
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Training Young Hounds to HUNT
VALUABLE HINTS ON EARLY HANDLING BY A MAN WHO IS EXPERT AT THE JOB
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FRED COUTTS
WHEN you go into the woods or hills with a pack of hounds tied to your horse's tail, be sure you know whether they are bayers or killers. That fact may determine whether you return with a full pack, or with one or two missing, victims of their quarry’s claws and teeth.
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The Last Trout of the Season
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ALLEN PARSONS
IT WAS the last day of the open season. Even in that secluded spot in the Catskills where I had fled to escape the heat, the air was heavy and without vigor. The river, shrunk to a shadow of its earlier self, moved quietly among the stained bowlders of its bed, so low and clear one wondered where the trout could find a hiding place.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0026.xml
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Simplified DECOYS Anyone Can Make
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MAURICE H. DECKER
LAST year’s ban on live decoys, and its possible extension through the coming season, has stimulated the interest of duck hunters in fabricated decoys. So easy to make are some of these decoys that there promises to be a record amount of whittling done by hunters between now and opening day.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0027.xml
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Their Tracks Identify Them
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NEW GAME LAWS
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OPEN SEASONS FOR BIG AND UPLAND GAME, 1936-37 UNITED STATES AND CANADA
ALASKA
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
ARKANSAS
CALIFORNIA
COLORADO
CONNECTICUT
DELAWARE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
FLORIDA
GEORGIA
IDAHO
ILLINOIS
INDIANA
IOWA
KANSAS
KENTUCKY
LOUISIANA
MAINE
MARYLAND
MASSACHUSETTS
MICHIGAN
MINNESOTA
MISSISSIPPI
MISSOURI
RABBIT ................no close season
MONTANA
NEBRASKA
NEVADA
NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW JERSEY
NEW MEXICO
NEW YORK
NORTH CAROLINA
NORTH DAKOTA
OHIO
OKLAHOMA
OREGON
PENNSYLVANIA
RHODE ISLAND
SOUTH CAROLINA
SOUTH DAKOTA
TENNESSEE
TEXAS
UTAH
VERMONT
VIRGINIA
WASHINGTON
WEST VIRGINIA
WISCONSIN
WYOMING
Canada
ALBERTA
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MANITOBA
NEW BRUNSWICK
NOVA SCOTIA
ONTARIO
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
QUEBEC
SASKATCHEWAN
YUKON
NEWFOUNDLAND
State Leases Water
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Arthur Grahame
HEREWITH, in convenient and easily readable form, OUTDOOR LIFE presents the only complete and detailed compilation of new big and upland game laws appearing in a sportsmen’s publication. The1 information covers open seasons, bag and possession limits, and laws regulating interstate transportation of game in every state in the United States, every Canadian province, and in Newfoundland.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0029.xml
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WESTERN CARTRIDGE COMPANY
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WESTERN CARTRIDGE COMPANY
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MAKING SURE OF YOUR MOVIES
Some Hints From An Expert That Will Help You to Be Always Ready For That Matchless Action Which So Often Occurs When You're Least Expecting It
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ALFRED P. LANE
DOWNING a big, bull moose with one well-placed shot is a feat that ordinarily puts a mile-wide grin on a hunter’s face, and keeps it there for days afterward. But it didn’t work that way with Bill Magruder. Despite the fact that the head was almost a record for that neck of the woods, Bill, standing beside his fallen moose, indulged in such an orgy of cussing that the guide, who was an accomplished cusser himself, stood open-mouthed in amazement.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0031.xml
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Eastman Kodak Co.: Ciné-Kodak Eight
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Eastman Kodak Co.
Ciné-Kodak Eight
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0032.xml
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Camera Hints
Making Over a Negative
Cutting Roll Film
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Question: I have a roll of negatives that are extremely dense. They were overexposed, and I accidentally left the roll in the developer much too long. Most of the pictures are of no importance, but I would very much like to get an enlargement from one of them.
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The American Tobacco Company: Half & Half
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The American Tobacco Company
Half & Half
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0034.xml
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Landon & Warner: AIRFLOW
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Landon & Warner
AIRFLOW
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0035.xml
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CENTRAL CAMERA CO.: PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC
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CENTRAL CAMERA CO.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0036.xml
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KOHLER CO.
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KOHLER CO.
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0037.xml
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LUSTBERG, NAST & CO., Inc.: Buck Skein
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LUSTBERG, NAST & CO., Inc.
Buck Skein
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0038.xml
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Arms & Ammunition
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Shots You Never Forget
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MAJOR CHAS. ASKINS
IT PLEASES most of us to remember the big shots, the long shots, and the remarkable shots we have made in our day. Most of those shots have a Munchausen ring when we tell about them, yet most of the stories are true. Having made a number of such shots myself in 50 years of shooting, it will take a remarkable tale to make me skeptical.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0039.xml
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WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.: MODEL 12
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WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.
MODEL 12
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Arms & Ammunition
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BETTER RIFLES Need Better Shooters
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CHAS. ASKINS
GOOD rifle shooting, from the game hunter’s standpoint, is something entirely different from small-bore target work. Shooting from the prone position at 100 yd. with a Winchester 52, weighing around 12 lb. and perfectly sightedin, requires skill different from that needed when you’re using a game rifle, weighing 7 lb., at guessed distances up to 200 yd.
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Remington Arms Co., Inc.: Remington SPORTSMAN Shotgun
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Remington Arms Co., Inc.
Remington SPORTSMAN Shotgun
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0042.xml
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Advertisements
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Savage Arms Corporation
MODEL 99 HI-POWER
Savage Arms Corporation
AUTOMATIC SHOTGUNS
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0043.xml
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Ithaca Gun Company: ITHACA
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Ithaca Gun Company
ITHACA
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GRIFFIN&HOWE,Inc.: Springfield
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GRIFFIN&HOWE,Inc.
Springfield
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0045.xml
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Advertisement: Plastic Wood
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Plastic Wood
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Advertisements
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3-in-One
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3-IN-ONE OIL
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0047.xml
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Arms & Ammunition
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RIFLE QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Open Rear Sights
Rifle for Cougar
Increasing Power
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Question: I would like some information in regard to rifle sights for a .22 caliber. I am 46 years of age and use glasses. I can see the front sight and the object that I am shooting at, but the rear sight, which is an open sight, blurs. What would you recommend?—G. H., Ga.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0048.xml
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Arms & Ammunition
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HELPS ON Shotgun Problems
Checkered, Uncapped Butt
Duck Loads
Raised Ribs
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Question: The specifications for a Fox special-grade, skeet and upland-game gun state that the butt end of the stock is checkered and uncapped. To me, this is a new wrinkle in stocks, and I am wondering if an uncapped butt might not chip and splinter.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0049.xml
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Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
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Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0050.xml
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Advertisements
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MARBLE ARMS & MFG. CO.
Marble’s Anti-Rust Wick
MARBLE ARMS & MFG. CO.
Marble’s Rifle Cleaner
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0051.xml
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Utica-Duxbak Corp.: HUNTING CLOTHES
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Utica-Duxbak Corp.
HUNTING CLOTHES
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0052.xml
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Advertisements
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Lyman Gun Sight Corp.
Aperture Rear Sights
Lyman Gun Sight Corp.
Ivory Bead Front Sights
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0053.xml
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Arms & Ammunition
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NOTES on SKEET
Equal World's Record, Lose
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J. P. CUENIN
BY THE time these notes appear, almost all skeet fields will have been changed to fit the new regulations under which it will be possible to lay out a series of fields in line, thus speeding up handling of a large number of shooters. The accompanying drawing shows the new layout, with both the old and new station locations indicated.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0054.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0055.xml
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Arms & Ammunition
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QUERY
Shortening Barrels
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Question: Would you advise taking 2 in. off a 28-in. L. C. Smith to make a skeet gun? The right barrel now is improved cylinder, and the left modified.—J. E. B., Ala. Answer: I have no idea of the length of the choke in your gun. but I suppose the entire constricted portion would be removed by taking off 2 in.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0056.xml
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Advertisement: .22 Rifles
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.22 Rifles
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0057.xml
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W. F. Young, Inc.: Absorbine Jr.
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W. F. Young, Inc.
Absorbine Jr.
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0058.xml
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CARL ZEISS., INC.: ZEISS BINOCULARS
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CARL ZEISS., INC.
ZEISS BINOCULARS
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0059.xml
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WOOLRICH WOOLEN MILLS: HUNTING CLOTHES
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WOOLRICH WOOLEN MILLS
HUNTING CLOTHES
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0060.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0061.xml
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Advertisements
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NATIONAL TARGET & SUPPLY CO.
RIFLES & SHOTGUNS
NATIONAL TARGET & SUPPLY CO.
PISTOLS & REVOLVERS
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0062.xml
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The Lyman Gun Sight Corp.: 422 EXPERT
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The Lyman Gun Sight Corp.
422 EXPERT
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0063.xml
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Police and Sportsmen Supply Co.
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Police and Sportsmen Supply Co.
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0064.xml
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Advertisement: RED HEAD
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RED HEAD
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0065.xml
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Camping & Woodcraft
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Saving Your Bird for Mounting
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Hamilton M. Laing
MAURICE H. DECKER
HOW often have you wished, when you had shot a splendid, fan-tailed ruffed grouse, a gaudy ringneck, or a handsome, full-feathered prairie chicken, that you knew how to skin and mount it? Actually, the skinning and temporary preservation of a bird trophy, so that it may be turned over to the taxidermist in good shape for mounting, is easier than dressing out and preparing a deer or moose head.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0066.xml
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Advertisements
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NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORP.
ROBUST
NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORP.
MELLOW
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AKRON LAMP & MFG. CO.
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AKRON LAMP & MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0068.xml
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Chamberlain Laboratories, Inc.
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Chamberlain Laboratories, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0069.xml
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HULL MFG. CO.
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HULL MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0070.xml
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72
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GOKEY COMPANY
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GOKEY COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0071.xml
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72
Camping & Woodcraft
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Trail Kinks
Boot Creeper
Set Watch By Sun
Baking Camp Bread
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CUT pieces of heavy tin to fit the sole of boot or shoe. Lay them on a board, and punch them full of holes with a spike. The protruding edges of the holes give this creeper its grip. Attach heavy wire loops, made from an old coat hanger, and use rawhide thongs passing through these loops to attach the creepers to the shoe or boot.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0072.xml
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Camping & Woodcraft
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Trail Queries
Camp Comfort
Sleeping-Bag Values
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Question: I am going to spend 3 months in the mountains of Idaho. This is to be a prospecting affair with pack mule alone! I shall have my hands more than full. What is usually the most discomfort one runs into—cooking, sleeping, or traveling?
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0073.xml
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73
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P. Lorillard Co., Inc.
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P. Lorillard Co., Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0074.xml
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74
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Advertisements
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“Point” Blankets
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FOREST RANGER
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0075.xml
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75
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0076.xml
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76,77,78
Angling
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More Sport With Pickerel
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RAY BERGMAN
Ray Bergman.
THE Eastern pickerel had much to do with making me an inveterate angler. By the time I was eight, I was accompanying my father on his fishing trips, which, since pickerel were the most common and plentiful fish in our local waters, were mostly in quest of these voracious freshwater fighters.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0077.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0078.xml
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78
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Advertisements
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Berlin Glove Co.
LEATHER SHIRT
Berlin Glove Co.
SLEEVELESS JACKET
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0079.xml
article
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78
Angling
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Ray's Daybook of Angling
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R. B.
RECENTLY a reader wrote me that he was having difficulty with his fly casting. He had bought a 9-ft. new-type, bamboo-action steel rod, and the dealer had recommended an E level line for it. It is quite possible that this line is too light for the rod, and is the main cause of his trouble.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0080.xml
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79
Angling
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ANGLERS' QUERIES
Fly Rod for Spinners
Steel or Bamboo Rods?
Cutting Tapered Line
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Question: Do you think a 71/2-ft. fly rod, weighing about 31/2 oz., would be heavy enough to use with a size O spinner, or a size 4 fly for perch and rock bass? Which would be best, a two or a three-piece rod? Would an 8-ft. rod be better? What weight rod would be best for both perch and bass, using size 1 fly, or size 2 spinner?
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0081.xml
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79
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Advertisements
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THE ENTERPRISE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Pflueger CAPITOL
THE ENTERPRISE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Pflueger AUTOPLA
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0082.xml
article
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80,81
BIG GAME FISHING
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We've Got to Thank the Tuna
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THOMAS AITKEN
TANGLING with tuna is not exactly a brand new idea— there are some signs that it occurred even in the days of Imperial Rome—but the present-day conception of it as a thrill-packed sport goes back only about 38 years. In fact, that most modern of all outdoor excitements, big game fishing in offshore waters, owes its very existence to the tuna family.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0083.xml
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81
BIG GAME FISHING
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OUT of the FOG
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T. A.
GULF OF ADEN is another spot where swordfish occur. Recent report says the Fatch-el-Khair, an Arabian dhow, enroute from Aden to Berbera, was rammed and sent to the bottom, with full cargo, by an angry broadbill. OCEAN SPORT ANGLING is a selfsustaining sport, with no man-made open or close season.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0084.xml
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HEINZ
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HEINZ
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0085.xml
article
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82
Boating
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Boats For the Roving Camper
Outboard Bracket for Canoe
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WILLIAM JACKSON
MORE and more people are discovering that a camping tour by automobile can be made much more enjoyable by taking along a lightweight boat or canoe for side trips on waterways, or for fishing. Similarly, many boating enthusiasts are finding a thrill in taking larger boats by trailer from one body of water to another which they wish to explore.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0086.xml
article
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83
Boating
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Answers to Boating Fans
Covering Speed Hull
Ships Water
Redecking
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Question: My cedar speed hull was covered with canvas and painted last year. The paint job was not satisfactory as it washed off and cracked, and the canvas is loose. I am going to overhaul it myself. Would it be all right to take the canvas covering off?
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0087.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0088.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0089.xml
article
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86,87
Dogs
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Dogs We Can Do Without
The Hunting Instinct
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WILLIAM CARY DUNCAN
A FEW months ago, I expressed the opinion that the domestic dog is the only animal born with a ready-made affection for man, and the only one that, at maturity, prefers the society of humans to that of his own kind, also that the dog has a very definite and clearly marked personality, which varies amazingly in different individuals.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0090.xml
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0091.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0092.xml
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88
Dogs
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DOG Questions
Most Springers Hunters
Bird-Shy Pointer
Lazy Gordon
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Questions: I want to buy a dog to hunt pheasants, quail, rabbits. Which do you think would be the best—a springer spaniel or a cocker spaniel? Why? Are spaniels hard to train? — H. R., I11. Answer: While I am very fond of cockers, and realize that, in many cases, they make excellent dogs for both feathered and furred game, I think you will play it safer if you get a springer.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0093.xml
article
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88
Dogs
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The Health of YOUR DOG
Lump Under Jaw
Breeding out of Season
Too-Frequent Bathing
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DR. A. A. HERMANN
Dr. Hermann is glad to answer personally all letters from readers regarding their dogs’ health. It should be remembered when writing him that serious illnesses cannot be treated successfully by a person unable to examine the dog. In such instances, a dependable local veterinarian should be consulted immediately.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0094.xml
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89
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SWIFT & COMPANY: PARD
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SWIFT & COMPANY
PARD
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0095.xml
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89
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B. C. Dog Food Co.: Miller's Kibbles
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B. C. Dog Food Co.
Miller's Kibbles
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0096.xml
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89
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WM. E. GREEN
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WM. E. GREEN
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0097.xml
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89
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CROWN IRON WORKS COMPANY
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CROWN IRON WORKS COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0098.xml
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90,91,92
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Classified Advertising
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0099.xml
article
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93
MISCELLANEOUS
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NIMROD the Hunter
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GUS MAGER
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0100.xml
article
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94
What's on Your Mind?
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What's on Your Mind?
Needs Help With Snakes
Are Crows Tough!
Crow Pie
Real Energy
Prefers "Stopping Force"
Poison-Ivy Remedy
On Going Native
Wants High-speed Rim Fire
Threats To Hunting
Cutting Alarm Costs
Pointers About Deer
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EDITOR Outdoor Life
I WOULD like very much to rid the grounds about my summer home of small grass snakes. I wonder if a reader could tell me how I might trap or otherwise dispose of these snakes.—Dr. A. E. Lundon, Montreal, Que.
OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0101.xml
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Advertisement: Outdoor Life
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0102.xml
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96
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Remington Arm's Co., Inc.: Kleanbore
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Remington Arm's Co., Inc.
Kleanbore
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OutdoorLife_19360901_0078_003_0103.xml