Issue: 19611001

Sunday, October 1, 1961
OCTOMBER, 1961
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Outdoor Life
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The american Tobacco Company: LUCKY STRIKE
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The american Tobacco Company
LUCKY STRIKE
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Browning Arms Company: Diana Grade
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Browning Arms Company
Diana Grade
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tableOfContents
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Outdoor Life
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masthead
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Masthead
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THOMAS INDUSTRIES INC.: WRIGHT CHAIN SAW — C70
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THOMAS INDUSTRIES INC.
WRIGHT CHAIN SAW — C70
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What’s on your mind?
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What’s on your mind?
Too Good To Be True
Record Ozarks Bass
Fed Up With Moose
Quebec Red Trout
Stop Game Hogs
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Got to tell you about my dog. I once owned the finest deer hound in the South. He was almost too good to be true. But things got kinda tough, so when a wealthy sport offered me a fabulous price for him, I let him go. About a week later the man, mad as a wet hen, returned the dog.
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Outboard Motor Oil: Phillips 66
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Outboard Motor Oil
Phillips 66
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KLEIN'S—Dept.
NEW FLEETWOOD PUMP SHOTGUN OUTFIT
KLEIN'S—Dept.
.30-06 SPRINGFIELD CALIBER
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WYLER WATCH CORP.: Wyler incaflex
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WYLER WATCH CORP.
Wyler incaflex
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Shooters’ Problems
Loads for the 7 x 57
Best Bet for Antelope
Tops Maximum Load
It Can’t Be Done
No Such Revolver
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Question: Please give me loading data on a couple of your pet target loads for the 7 x 57.—Clayton Johnson, British Columbia, Canada. Answer: Here are some of my pet loads for 7 x 57 (using Winchester cases and Winchester No. 120 primers) : With the 130-gr. bullet, 49 gr. of No. 4320 for a muzzle velocity of about 3,100; with the 140-gr. bullet, 46 gr. of No. 4320 for a muzzle velocity of about 2,925, and with the 160-gr. bullet, 49 gr. of No. 4350 for a velocity of about 2,725.
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Ronson Typhoon: windproof
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Ronson Typhoon
windproof
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this Happened to Me !
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Wrestling Game
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Fred Space
WE PAY CASH FOR ALL TRUE ADVENTURES PUBLISHED
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F. T. & R. Co.: Firestone
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F. T. & R. Co.
Firestone
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MONROE AUTO EQUIPMENT COMPANY: MONRO-MATIC SHOCK ABSORBERS
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MONROE AUTO EQUIPMENT COMPANY
MONRO-MATIC SHOCK ABSORBERS
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0015.xml
review
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What’s New
in retail store products and ideas for sportsmen
Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
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Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
electric Pflueger Fish-Finder
FIND THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY with a new electric Pflueger Fish-Finder, a portable transistorized unit that scans the surface as well as the bottom. Locates a single isolated fish as easily, the makers say, as an entire school. This enables anglers to hear the motion of the fish, thus locating and tracking them wherever they go within a radius of 300 to 350 feet. A deluxe unit combines the Fish-Finder with a sensitive two range depth meter. This DepthFinder helps find likely fishing spots by giving the depth readings. As a navigational aid it locates reefs, shelves, potholes and sand bars, even in bad or foggy weather. Further details from Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept. OL, 110 North Union St., Akron, Ohio.
Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
HarleyDavidson Ranger motorcycle
OVER HILL, OVER DALE, you can now reach your favorite stream or game haunts riding the new HarleyDavidson Ranger motorcycle. Built to take rugged terrain, it’s geared for gameland obstacles with an extra large 84-tooth rear wheel sprocket. The Ranger is powered by a 165 cc. engine with three-speed transmission. It is rated at 6 horsepower at 4800 rpm. Complete specifications are available by writing the company at 3700 W. Juneau Ave., Dept. OL, Milwaukee, Wis.
Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
The 1961 Parker Distributor catalog
LATEST in quality hunting equipment is shown in this new catalog. Fully illustrated book features guns, scopes and hunting clothes, along with many other new and useful items of interest to every outdoorsman. The 1961 Parker Distributor catalog may be obtained free of charge by writing the company at 3516 White Plains Road., Dept. OL, N. Y. 67, N. Y.
Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
WA-22
$2.95
CALLS ANYONE CAN BLOW say the Faulk Company about their line of duck and goose calls. Model WA-22 features a walnut barrel with reinforced metal band. This easy-blowing call retails for $2.95. Available also is a full line of waterproof reeds for 25¢ each. Complete list of duck, goose, mallard, predator and deer calls from Faulk’s at 61618th St., Dept. OL, Lake Charles, La.
Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
waterproof boots
$24.99
NEITHER RAIN NOR SNOW will keep these new waterproof boots from making their appointed rounds this winter. Featuring cushion-crepe soles of neoprene which are vulcanized, rather than stitched to the midsoles, this boot is made even more waterproof by having the tongue stitched to the outside. All stitching, as well as the underside of the hooks and eyelets, are sealed by self-vulcanizing rubber. Leather lined and insulated with urethane foam, these boots offer winter sportsmen protection even in sub-zero weather. Price is $24.99, sold by Montgomery Ward stores and catalog.
Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
WEATHER LUBRICATION
25 cents
ALL-WEATHER LUBRICATION is now possible for guns and reels. Specially packaged for sportsmen by Alpha-Molykote Corp., this new formula is based on the popular solid film industrial lubricants. Applied on the working parts of the gun, Molykote Gun and Reel Lubricant will, the company claims, provide even trigger-pull in all weather conditions. They say also, that coating the gears, bearings and pawls of fishing reels assures continuous, smooth operation and prevents corrosion. It is available in single application tubes, retailing for 25 cents each. For list of dealers write the firm, Dept. OL, 65 Harvard Ave., Stamford, Conn.
Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
Mennen SteriSpray
$1.69
SPRAY-ON ANTISEPTIC provides first aid in a can. New Mennen SteriSpray acts as “instant antiseptic” when sprayed onto a wound and at the same time, it relieves pain and forms a transparent bandage over the affected area. Recommended for minor cuts, burns and scrapes, and for easing the discomfort of poison ivy and insect bites. The compact package will fit right in with camping and hunting gear or in auto glove compartments. Retails for $1.69 for a 4V2 ounce container.
Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
DEER SHED SHYNESS
DEER SHED SHYNESS according to the makers of Buck Stop, a gland-type deer lure that has been home brewed and tested for over forty years. Now generally available for gun and bow hunters, it combines a masking ingredient for human scent with the deerpulling appeals of musk-gland extract and apple odor. The company claims it will draw sly game to a stand from as far as 300 yards and will permit stalking even downwind. Retail price is $1.49. List of dealers can be had by writing Geo. H. Mace, Dept. OL, West Brooklyn, 111.
Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
Rangerhorn
SPEAK OUT loud and clear with a new hailing device, the Rangerhorn. This all electronic portable bullhorn represents a major breakthrough in voice amplifiers that will appeal to all sportsmen, on land or sea. Compact, it weighs two and one-half pounds and operates on 1½ volt flashlight cells with a voice signalling range of 1,000 feet. More information and dealer listings from Electrosolids, Dept. OL, Van Nuys, Cal.
Pflueger Fishing Tackle, Dept.
PRO-Lung catalog
A SHORT COURSE on underwater diving fun and adventure accompanies the new PRO-Lung catalog. Featured are the “Super-PRO,” the firm’s newest regulator and a variety of fins, suits, masks and other accessories. Editorial content offers technical data and informative articles by a diving instructor and a physician. Free from Rose Aviation Co., Dept. OL, Aurora, Ohio.
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KLEIN'S—Dept.
PORTABLE POWER SAW
KLEIN'S—Dept.
POWERFUL POLISHER
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Shopping for indoor and outdoor life
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Lincoln Steel Co.
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Lincoln Steel Co.
THROW ANOTHER LOG
$102.50
THROW ANOTHER LOG IN your own fireplace. Adds rustic charm to home, cabin or lodge. Insulated back, spark proof flue with damper, and 8" legs. Easy to install, fits 25" by 36" floor space. $102.50, check or M.O. Write for free catalog. Lincoln Steel Co., Box 1668, Dept. OL, Lincoln, Nebr.
Lincoln Steel Co.
STRAIGHT FROM THE DUCK'S MOUTH
$19.95
STRAIGHT FROM THE DUCK'S MOUTH come calls from Call-D-Coys. Hunter draws his breath through attached hose to lower decoy head, blows for call, and head goes up. Stereo effect using two or more. Goose or Duck with 30-ft. hose, $19.95. Call-D-Coy, Dept. OL, 21 W. Gregory, Kansas City, Mo.
Lincoln Steel Co.
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WARM HANDS, SURE SHOOTING wearing new Gunmaster gloves. Made of sturdy pigskin for softness and warmth, deerskin strips reinforce palm and fingers for sure grip. Action free stretch nylon sidewalls. One size for men, one for women. $9.95 ppd. Amastral, Dept. E, 11 E. 36 St., N.Y.C.
Lincoln Steel Co.
ONE MAN DEER CARRIER
$67.50
ONE MAN DEER CARRIER hauls out load with ease. Balanced and low slung to prevent tipping. Strong enough for use as a litter with extra space for gear. Handles, wheels removable for convenient loading in car trunk or on rack. $67.50 ppd., Curtis Co., Dept. OL, North Woodstock, N.H.
Lincoln Steel Co.
laced shoe
$10.95
ONE PAIR, TWO STYLES with Two'n One casuals. Wear Pin Tuck Moc as laced shoe or with flip of tongue, convert to slip-on type. Full grain leather, stitched inner sole, and crepe heel and sole. Sizes 5-13, A-EE, $10.95 ppd. Other models available. Corcoran Inc., Dept. OL, Stoughton, Mass.
Lincoln Steel Co.
Electronic Photo-Eye
$6.98
A PRIVATE EYE for home or business. Electronic Photo-Eye automatically turns lights on at dusk, off at dawn. Provides protection, saves electricity. Plug light into PhotoEye with no other installation needed. $6.98 ppd. Nel-King Products, Dept. OL101M, 811 Wyandotte, Kansas City, Mo.
Lincoln Steel Co.
Lumalure
$1.95
GLOWING SUCCESS for all your plugs, flies, and spoons when you paint them with Lumalure. Gives lures irresistible glow at night and in dark, murky waters. One brushcap bottle of Lumalure will treat 300 lures. $1.95 ppd. from Ebby Products, Dept. OL, Northeast Station, Box 34, Livonia, Mich.
Lincoln Steel Co.
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NEW .25 CAL. Jetfire by Beretta has tip-up barrel, external hammer and push button magazine release. Loads and fires without pulling back slide. Hinged barrel design permits single or automatic action for sport or target shooting. $32, Godfrey Import, Dept. OL, 67 Reade St., N.Y., N.Y.
Lincoln Steel Co.
antique firearms
$4.95
ALL-TIME FAVORITES, these full size reproductions of antique firearms would be welcome in home, cabin or office. Mounted on 9" by 5" mahogany plaques. In original colors, 8 different models, $4.95 ea. For catalog outlining histories, write Solomon Sptg. Gds., 79 Chambers St., N.Y. 7, N.Y.
Lincoln Steel Co.
Sherpa coat
$40
GOOD LOOKING, WARM WEARING Sherpa coat features rich deerskin suede with Sherpa lining at collar and along pocket edges. Quilted sleeve lining, molded leather buttons. Color, Vienna Brown. Sizes 3846, 33" long. $40 ppd. Deerskin Trading Post, Dept. OL, Rt. 1 at 114, Danvers, Mass.
Lincoln Steel Co.
GunGlov stops rifle
$6.75
TRIGGER AND BREECH COVER protects against snow and sleet. Lightweight GunGlov stops rifle and shotgun fouling in rough weather. Steel frame with fleecelined case snaps on securely, slips off quickly. Five models, $6.75. Steen, Dept. OL, 523 Grant St. Belle Fourche, S.D.
Lincoln Steel Co.
outdoor knife
$13.50
FROM CANADA comes new outdoor knife design. Elliptical blade lessens cutting drag, flat back protects flesh. 4" blade safety ground, keeps sharp edge. Rosewood handle fits palm. $13.50 ppd. with freeswing cowhide scabbard. Empire Mdsg. Co., Dept. OL, 140 Marbledale Rd. Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Lincoln Steel Co.
CIVIL WAR CUFF LINKS
$3.95
CIVIL WAR CUFF LINKS made from original Confederate and Union uniform button dies. Choice of CSA (Confederate States Army) or Union Army eagle designs. In gift box, $3.95 ppd. Matching tie clip, $2. Stacy Enterprises, P.O. Box 1628-B, Dept. OL, Grand Central Sta., N.Y., N.Y.
Lincoln Steel Co.
plastic eyeglass caddy
$2.95
MAGNETISM NOT MAGIC keeps glasses where you want them. This padded grained plastic eyeglass caddy is magnetized to stay on any metal surface. Use on dashboard, tacklebox or in boat cabin. Send initials for monogramming. $2.95 ppd. from Byways, Dept. OL-3, Caldwell, N.H.
Lincoln Steel Co.
nylon seat covers
$2.98
LONG-LASTING PROTECTION for your car seats is insured by these 2-tone 100% nylon seat covers. Easy to install. Durable, washable. $2.98 for front split, or front or back solid. Set, $5.75. Add 25¢ postage or sent COD. Write Seton Co., Dept. 307-06, 507 Fifth Avenue, New York 17, New York
Lincoln Steel Co.
Gun Digest
$3.95
NEW EDITION of Gun Digest has complete information on all guns and accessories. Features articles along with prices, and pictures of modern and antique, domestic and foreign firearms, and reproduced Civil War catalog. $3.95 ppd. Gun Digest, Dept. O, 4540 W. Madison St. Chicago, III.
Lincoln Steel Co.
gag credit cards
$1.25
PICK A CARD end have a laugh with all your friends and business associates. New set of gag credit cards includes Book-ie of the Month, Carte Blah, Dime'ers Club, Smell-Oil. Set of 12 cards encased in seethrough wallet, $1.25 ppd. Gag Cards, Dept. OL, 862 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles, Cal.
Lincoln Steel Co.
Electric Paint Remover
$12.98
REMOVES PAINT, CAN TRAVEL. Electric Paint Remover takes off up to 12 layers of old paint fast as 2 sq. ft. per minute. Can be used indoors or out, on curved or flat surfaces, irregular spots. Fine for wall paper, putty. $12.98 ppd. Meridian Co., Dept. OL, 366 Madison Ave. N.Y.C. 17, N.Y.C.
Lincoln Steel Co.
Molly Screw Anchors
$1
NO HOLDS BARRED using Molly Screw Anchors. Fasten anything securely by expadding behind wall. Fixtures can be removed and replaced. Perfect for mounting trophies, gun racks, cabinets etc., Sample box of 12 for $1. ppd. Molly Corp., Dept. OL, 295 MN. 5th St. Reading, Pa.
Lincoln Steel Co.
"Fish-Up" playing cards
$2
IT'S ALL IN THE CARDS for fishermen. New "Fish-Up" playing cards are designed especially for anglers. A different cartoon on every card. Adds fun to any card game or fishing trip. Plastic coated deck, $2. 2deck gift-pack, $3.95. Ppd., Vargas-Vanities, Dept. OL, P.O. Box 622-F, St. Louis 88, Mo.
Lincoln Steel Co.
weather proof coveralls
$4.25
SAVE FOR A RAINY DAY and wear these weather proof coveralls made of sturdy tear-resistant vinyl. Complete protection against water, chemicals, dirt, etc. In small, medium or large sizes with foldaway case, _$4.25 ppd. Terry Elliott, Dept. OL-10, Box 1918, Grand Cent. Stat., N.Y., N.Y.
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SALT WATER
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jumping Mackerel
Plug Retriever
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George Heinold
ALIGHT BREEZE scuffed the waters of the Gulf of Mexico as Jason Wright and I, in a skiff anchored off Naples, Florida, searched for signs of fish. We were at the head of a tideway where the water swirled into a deep channel. For nearly an hour Jason had been tossing out chum, which consisted of shrimps and bits of fish scraps, in an effort to lure Spanish mackerel.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0027.xml
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Advertisement: Seagram’s 7 Crown
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Seagram’s 7 Crown
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Advertisement: Florida fishing
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Florida fishing
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EMPIRE MDSG. CO.
TRAINING PISTOL .22 CAL.
EMPIRE MDSG. CO.
177 CAL. AIR RIFLE
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ARCHERY
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Bowhunting for Rabbits
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G. Howard Gillelan
GUNNERS KNOW a good thing when they see it. Their favorite upland game target is the cottontail, found just about everywhere in the country. The annual cottontail harvest in a few states hits several million, while the national rabbit kill by hunters is estimated at around 30,000,000.
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GUNSTOCK
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Kiekhaefer Corporation: THE 100 HP PHANTOM
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Kiekhaefer Corporation
THE 100 HP PHANTOM
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WOLF’S HEAD OIL REFINING CO.: WOLF’S HEAD
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WOLF’S HEAD OIL REFINING CO.
WOLF’S HEAD
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THE AMERICAN THERMOS PRODUCTS COMPANY: camping gear
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THE AMERICAN THERMOS PRODUCTS COMPANY
camping gear
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Hunting Seasons...1961-1962
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Hunting Seasons...1961-1962
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WARNING! This tabulation is compiled from official sources: but in the space available it is impossible to give full details, and in some cases the authorities have power to change seasons on short notice. So before you hunt in any state or province, get a copy of current regulations from the proper agency and then read up on bag limits, local exceptions, and other similar pertinent data.
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LEAN BREED OF DODGE
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WINCHESTER
Model 1894
WINCHESTER
Model 100
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HUDSON VITAMIN PRODUCTS, Inc. : Hudson Vitamins
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HUDSON VITAMIN PRODUCTS, Inc.
Hudson Vitamins
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Outboard Marine Corporation.: EVINRUDE
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Outboard Marine Corporation.
EVINRUDE
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FEATURES
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The All-Round Battery
What's the minimum battery needed for all kinds of game? OUTDOOR LIFE’S gun editor suggests several combinations
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JACK O’CONNOR
I KNOW A CHAP who is an ardent hunter and a good shot but who is interested only in firearms as tools, not in firearms for their own sake. About 25 years ago he decided that he was going to quit fooling around with a variety of weapons and see if he couldn’t get by with the very minimum.
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NO. 1 TROPHY?
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Moose of A Bear
Not only was this Kodiak bear huge, he also had a frightening immunity to solid hits with a .30/06
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T. H. McGREGOR
LESS THAN an hour after we landed in the interior of Kodiak Island, and even before we got camp set up, I saw the bear I was to kill 10 days later. All I knew about him right then was that he was a trophy to gladden the heart of any hunter. When I finally took him, he turned out even better than I expected.
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FOR STEELHEADS
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SPIN THE FLY
The author uses his spinning rod to cast steelhead flies. With a sinker to weight the leader, he covers more water, takes more fish than anglers who use spoons or bait
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ELON P. CLOSE
I WAS WATCHING my line, feeling the bump, bump, bumpety, bump that is the sweet cadence of a sinker bouncing along the bottom of a wide steelhead pool in the Klamath River near my home in Orleans, California. Then my line stopped, tightened. A fresh-run steelhead flashed into the air with my hook in his jaw.
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FEATURES
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The RIVER
Crossing the wild water was crazy, I knew, but I had a desperate need to bag the buck
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WI LLIAM F. STOKES
THE DEER TRACKS led to the edge of the Chippewa River in Wisconsin and ended in a rush of white water that tumbled up from beneath the beaver dam. The blood trail had thinned in the last quarter of a mile and now there was nothing—not a sign of the buck that had stood on the poplar hillside with the sun reflecting off his antlers.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0044.xml
article
48
48,49,50,51,115,116,117,118,119,120,121,122,123,124,125,126,127,128,129,130,131,132,133
Try a Combination...
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BEST HUNTS FOR THIS FALL
Prospects for two-in-one hunts abound in the Midwest. Here are the top payoff points
Overlapping of seasons provide many chances for bonus shoots in South
Want to kill two birds with one stone? Or a bird and a buck? Bear and rabbit? OUTDOOR LIFE’s field editors sound out hunters and game men the country over for best places to go for package hunts
Right timing is the key to cashing in on the choicest mixed-bag set-ups in Eastern areas. Try these combinations
Many exciting possibilities are open to package-hunt enthusiasts in Western states. Best include wide variety of game
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BEN EAST
CHARLES ELLIOTT
ARTHUR GRAHAME
JOE MEARS
IF I WERE LOOKING for one of the best mixed-bag hunts in the Midwest this fall, I’d head for South Dakota after November 1 and plan to come home with both pheasants and venison. Pheasant season will open October 21, deer November 1. By waiting until the ringneck season is 10 days old, a visitor can cash in on a combination of birds and deer in some of the most productive hunting country anywhere.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0045.xml
article
52
52,53
FEATURES
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Uneasy Lies The Head...
...That Wears A Crown
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[no value]
DAVID GOODNOW
LEGEND HAS IT that the kingdom of the beasts is ruled by the lion, and perhaps that tradition is based as much on the animal's evasive strategy as on his ferocity. At least it looked that way to me when a rhino wandered lnto the scene as I was photographing tousled looking monarch (below) and his mate in northern Tanganyika in February, 1960.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0046.xml
article
54
54,55,159,161,162,163,164,165
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Cheapskates Get The Bird
For $91.85 I get 10 days of hunting where the birds are. How? The basic requirements are niggardliness, gall, flat friends
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NORD RILEY
AS A YOUTH in North Dakota, I could take up arms, saunter half a mile in any direction and be far enough from town to give pheasants, prairie chickens, and rabbits a hard time. A little farther and I could, on occasion, be a genuine nuisance to a mallard trying to get some rest in Magnusson’s pothole.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0047.xml
article
56
56,57,58,59,156,157,158,159
TRIP OF THE MONTH
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New Fishing Adventure
A novel enterprise in the Florida Keys opens a new world to fishermen who like a spot of adventurous camping
This happy mixture of fast fishing and lazy camping showed me that I had beachcomber tendencies
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TOM McNALLY
NIGHT HAD JUST turned to day when I left the tent, picked up my rod, and strolled down the beach. The water was flat calm, and the sun was sweeping the sea with streaks of red and gold. I waded barefoot into the water. There was no sign of fish, so I started fly casting blind—tossing my streamer out, reeling it back, casting again.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0048.xml
article
60
60,61,62,63,165,166,167,168,169
FEATURES
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The Elk Wore PLATINUM
This bull had record-book antlers and dark cape spotted with platinum hair
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ANDY RUSSELL
AHEAD OF US, wild and beautiful, came the challenge call of a rutting bull elk. He was half a mile down the valley in heavy timber. We reined in our horses while my 19year-old son Charlie played grand opera on the elk call. Immediately the bull answered, sounding the deep overtones of an old herd master.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0049.xml
article
64
64,65,107,108,109,110
NEW IDEA FOR QUAIL
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How to Call a Halt
Secret of stopping blues is to sound like a hawk, maybe a squirrelIt sounds crazy? Just see for yourself
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HART STILWELL
AS FRED and Happy and I drove along in the jeep, we spotted a covey of blue quail. They were on the run. Blue quail are a little like mackerel—they never seem to stop. The birds in that covey were streaking along bare ground between small patches of guajilla.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0050.xml
article
66
66,67
FEATURES
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WHAT DO I WEAR ?
Hunting success can depend on something as simple as rain gear that won't crack in cold weather,or shirts that mosquitoes can't bite through. Here's how to avoid costly mistakes that could ruin your hunt
Key to selecting the right list for the area youll hunt
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SELECTING the right clothes for country you’ve never hunted, whether it’s 100 or more than 1,000 miles from home, can be quite a puzzle. It’s important to solve the puzzle, though, for the wrong clothing can turn a long-planned trip into a session of pure misery and ruined hunting.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0051.xml
article
67
67,97,98,99,100,101,102,103
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20 Experts Tell You
A.Basic hunting clothes, plus variations, for Northeast quarter of the U.S.
B. Right clothes for hunting Southeast section of U.S.
C. Proper wear in low or high mountain areas of West
D.What to wear for various Southwest weather
E.HOW to dress to hunt in Ontario and Quebec
F. Best clothing for hunts in Manitoba, Alberta, and Saskatchewan
G. What experts recommend for hunting in Alaska
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WYNN DAVIS
Here is Bean’s list of clothing musts for a successful oneweek hunt in the north woods (caution: be sure to check laws of states in which you will hunt for information about what colors can or must be worn). Underwear: Two union suits of light wool or heavy cotton.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0052.xml
article
68
68,73,74,75,76,77
FOUR GREAT BREEDS
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A GALLERY OF Hunting Dogs
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[no value]
David Michael Duffey
Anyone picking a dog for locating a covey of upland birds or recovering crippled waterfowl that would otherwise be lost has a wide choice. And among the many breeds from which a sportsman may choose are the four shown in the paintings in the accompanying pull-out—the English setter, the golden retriever, the pointer, and the Labrador retriever.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0053.xml
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69
69,70,71,72
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Advertisements
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Daoust Lalonde Inc.
No. 640
Daoust Lalonde Inc.
No. 485
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0054.xml
article
78
78,79,147
DO IT THE EASY WAY...
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Sight in at 25 Yards
This is the easy, lazy way to get sights right. Any novice can do it
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JACK O’CONNOR
SIGHTING IN a rifle is thought by many to be a process so mysterious as to baffle anyone but a gunsmith or an expert rifleman. Many also believe that proper sighting in requires a target range and a bench rest. Not a few are so puzzled by the business that they never touch their factory iron sights, and if they have receiver sights or scopes mounted they ask a gunsmith to “sight her in for 200 yards.”
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0055.xml
article
80
80,82,137,138,139,152
FEATURES
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Plug for October Bass
Don't stop plugging now just because it's fall. Pick the right lure for the type of water conditions that prevail and you'll catch fish. Here's how
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WYNN DAVIS
HOW MANY TIMES have you heard that bass can’t be caught on plugs once the autumn leaves begin to fall? If you’re like me, you’ve been hearing it all your life, but if you’re lucky you’ve discovered there is little truth to it. But if you’re one of the many bass anglers who believe this fable, it may be costing you some of the best bass fishing of the season.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0056.xml
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81
81
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY: Kodak Automatic 35B
[no value]
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Kodak Automatic 35B
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0057.xml
article
83
83
FEATURES
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How to Field Dress Your Deer
AS A SERVICE to its readers, OUTDOOR LIFE is reprinting this pocket-size guide on how to field dress deer. By Leonard Lee Rue, it originally appeared in our October, 1959, issue. Before starting this procedure, make absolutely sure your deer is dead
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0058.xml
article
84
84,86,88,90,91
SHOOTING
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To Lead or Not to Lead
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[no value]
Jack O’Connor
CERTAIN WRITERS are getting a good deal of mileage these days out of the British or Divine Guidance school of wing shooting. Since the lads who write about it are pretty vague themselves, not a few of my puzzled correspondents have written in to ask me just what all the shouting is about.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0059.xml
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85
85
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WINCHESTER-WESTERN DIVISION: Power Point
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WINCHESTER-WESTERN DIVISION
Power Point
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0060.xml
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87
87
[no value]
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Marlin Firearms Co: Marlin 336
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Marlin Firearms Co
Marlin 336
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0061.xml
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88
88
[no value]
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Advertisements
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BURGESS BATTERY COMPANY
Radar·lamp
BURGESS BATTERY COMPANY
Radar Mate
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0062.xml
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89
89
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Red Ball: ONEIDA
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Red Ball
ONEIDA
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0063.xml
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90
90
[no value]
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DACRON: POLYESTER FIBERFILL
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DACRON
POLYESTER FIBERFILL
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0064.xml
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91
91
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[no value]
Savage: Savage 30
[no value]
Savage
Savage 30
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0065.xml
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92
92
[no value]
[no value]
Federal Cartridge Corporation: Federal Hi-Powers
[no value]
Federal Cartridge Corporation
Federal Hi-Powers
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0066.xml
article
93
93
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Cheap Blind
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THOMAS R. COFIELD
The wildfowler who wants to build his own portable duck-and-goose blind can do so in about a half an hour and at little expense by making what I call a cornstalk blind. The first step is to buy 12 ft. of widemesh, light-gauge fence wire 4 or 5 ft. high.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0067.xml
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94
94,95
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Advertisements
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REMINGTON BIG
CORE-LOKT" SOFT POINT
REMINGTON BIG
CORE-LOKT" POINTED SOFT POINT
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0068.xml
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96
96
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Advertisements
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Duxbak CORP.
Frost Fyter
Duxbak CORP.
Winter Warrior
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0069.xml
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97
97
[no value]
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W. R. Weaver Company: Model K Weaver-Scopes
[no value]
W. R. Weaver Company
Model K Weaver-Scopes
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0070.xml
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98
98
[no value]
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CONVERSE RUBBER COMPANY: Sporting Footwear
[no value]
CONVERSE RUBBER COMPANY
Sporting Footwear
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0071.xml
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99
99
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ITHACA GUN CO.: Model 37
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ITHACA GUN CO.
Model 37
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0072.xml
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100
100
[no value]
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Advertisements
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WILLIAMS GUN SIGHT CO.
Q.C. Top Mount.
WILLIAMS GUN SIGHT CO.
Q.C. Side Mount
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0073.xml
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101
101
[no value]
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Pendleton Woolen Mills
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Pendleton Woolen Mills
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0074.xml
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102
102
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0075.xml
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103
103
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Advertisements
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STRUM RUGER & COMPANY, INC.
.44 MAGNUM CARBINE
STRUM RUGER & COMPANY, INC.
MATCHING CALIBER SUPER BLACKHAWK
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0076.xml
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104
104
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REDFIELD GUNSIGHT Co.: FRICTION-FIT
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REDFIELD GUNSIGHT Co.
FRICTION-FIT
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0077.xml
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105
105
[no value]
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HARTFORD GUN CHOKE CO.: Cyclone Duo-Vent
[no value]
HARTFORD GUN CHOKE CO.
Cyclone Duo-Vent
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0078.xml
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105
105
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NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION
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NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0079.xml
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106
106
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Firestone: hammer-forged
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Firestone
hammer-forged
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0080.xml
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107
107
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North American Philips Company, Inc.: NEW Noreko SPORTSMAN
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North American Philips Company, Inc.
NEW Noreko SPORTSMAN
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0081.xml
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108
108
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BAUSCH_& LOMB: Ray-Ban Shooting G1asses
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BAUSCH_& LOMB
Ray-Ban Shooting G1asses
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0082.xml
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109
109
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0083.xml
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110
110
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BEN PEARSON, INC.: GOLDEN CONQUEROR BOW
[no value]
BEN PEARSON, INC.
GOLDEN CONQUEROR BOW
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0084.xml
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111
111
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Advertisements
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HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON, INC.
M-14 AUTOMATIC MILITARY RIFLE
HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON, INC.
MODEL 400 12 OR 16 GAUGE SHOTGUN
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0085.xml
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112
112
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RUSHNELL: SCOPE
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RUSHNELL
SCOPE
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0086.xml
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113
113
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J. L. Galef and Son, Inc.: BERETTA
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J. L. Galef and Son, Inc.
BERETTA
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0087.xml
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114
114
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0088.xml
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115
115
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LEE CUSTOM ENGINEERING Dept.: LEE LOADER
[no value]
LEE CUSTOM ENGINEERING Dept.
LEE LOADER
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0089.xml
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115
115
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PACHMAYR GUN WORKS, INC.: RECOIL PADS
[no value]
PACHMAYR GUN WORKS, INC.
RECOIL PADS
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0090.xml
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115
115
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0091.xml
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116
116
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Advertisements
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HODGMAN RUBBER CO
Parka Suit
HODGMAN RUBBER CO
length Camouflage Parka
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0092.xml
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116
116
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SCOTCH GAME CALL CO.
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SCOTCH GAME CALL CO.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0093.xml
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117
117
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STOEGER ARMS CORPORATION: mannlicher-schoenauer
[no value]
STOEGER ARMS CORPORATION
mannlicher-schoenauer
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0094.xml
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117
117
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W. C. RUSSELL MOCCASIN CO.
[no value]
W. C. RUSSELL MOCCASIN CO.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0095.xml
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118
118
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BAUER
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BAUER
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0096.xml
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118
118
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General Sporting Goods Corp.
[no value]
General Sporting Goods Corp.
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0097.xml
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119
119
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LEUPOLD & STEVENS INSTRUMENTS, INC.
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LEUPOLD & STEVENS INSTRUMENTS, INC.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0098.xml
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119
119
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S. STANLEY HAWBAKER & SONS
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S. STANLEY HAWBAKER & SONS
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0099.xml
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120
120
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WIGWAM MILLS, INC.
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WIGWAM MILLS, INC.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0100.xml
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120
120
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Advertisement: PLASTIC DECOYS
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PLASTIC DECOYS
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0101.xml
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121
121
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Advertisements
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G. H. BASS & CO.
9" Quail Hunter
G. H. BASS & CO.
9" Field Trial
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0102.xml
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121
121
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Advertisement: REVELATION
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REVELATION
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0103.xml
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BAUER
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BAUER
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0104.xml
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122
122
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BONHAM CORPORATION: TRAIL CYCLE
[no value]
BONHAM CORPORATION
TRAIL CYCLE
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0105.xml
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123
123
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Dow Corning CORPORATION: SYL-MER
[no value]
Dow Corning CORPORATION
SYL-MER
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0106.xml
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123
123
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CHAPEK'S Leader Sight Co.
[no value]
CHAPEK'S Leader Sight Co.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0107.xml
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123
123
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PETE RICKARD: BUCK LURE
[no value]
PETE RICKARD
BUCK LURE
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0108.xml
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124
124
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[no value]
OLT CO.: OLT Duck Calls
[no value]
OLT CO.
OLT Duck Calls
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0109.xml
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124
124
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NORM THOMPSON: Shikari Moc
[no value]
NORM THOMPSON
Shikari Moc
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0110.xml
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125
125
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AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO., INC.: THE HONDA TRAIL "50"
[no value]
AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO., INC.
THE HONDA TRAIL "50"
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0111.xml
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125
125
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DECOYS UNLIMITED
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DECOYS UNLIMITED
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0112.xml
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125
125
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C0LAD0NAT0 BROS.
[no value]
C0LAD0NAT0 BROS.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0113.xml
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126
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0114.xml
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127
127
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Kimberly-Clark Corporation: Flare-Red Kleenex tissues
[no value]
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Flare-Red Kleenex tissues
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0115.xml
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127
127
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Advertisements
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HAMILTON CARHARTT CO.
COATS
HAMILTON CARHARTT CO.
SUPER DUX GAME BAG
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0116.xml
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128
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0117.xml
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Advertisement: GUMOUT
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GUMOUT
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0118.xml
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R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co.: PRINCE ALBERT
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R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co.
PRINCE ALBERT
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0120.xml
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Savage Arms
Model 110
Savage Arms
Model 110-MCL
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0122.xml
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NEW METHOD MFG. CO.: MINUTE-MAN GUN BLUE
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NEW METHOD MFG. CO.
MINUTE-MAN GUN BLUE
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SPORTS, INC.
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SPORTS, INC.
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Mac’s Cooling System Cleanser
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ANGLING
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Truth About Muskie Fishing
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Wynn Davis
LAST September a friend living in New York City phoned to ask where he could go within one day’s drive to find good muskie fishing. I suggested Lake Chautauqua in northwestern New York, advised him to find accommodations at Bemis Point, hire a guide, and concentrate on the northwestern end of the lake.
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ANGLING
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Take Me To Your Reader
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0127.xml
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BAHAMAS DEVELOPMENT BOARD: Bahamas
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BAHAMAS DEVELOPMENT BOARD
Bahamas
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0128.xml
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YELLOWSTONE COACH COMPANY
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YELLOWSTONE COACH COMPANY
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Sunmaster Electric Products, Dept.
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Sunmaster Electric Products, Dept.
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Cedar Crest Shoe Company: THE STAG-16-1368
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Cedar Crest Shoe Company
THE STAG-16-1368
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0132.xml
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3-IN-0NE 0IL
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HINDE ENGINEERING CO.
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HINDE ENGINEERING CO.
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Bio-Dyne
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0135.xml
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SAVINGS AND LOAN INC.: FIRST UNION
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SAVINGS AND LOAN INC.
FIRST UNION
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BOATING
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Boats for Hunting
New Inboard-Outboard
1962 Outboard Motors Feature Improvements
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J. A. Emmett
HUNTING FROM BOATS has mushroomed in popularity. While waterfowlers have always found boats a great help, a great many other hunters are now discovering that a boat can be an important part of their equipment. If only as a means of transportation, a boat often helps a hunter get his share of game.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0138.xml
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City Savings & Loan Assn.: MONUMENTAL
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City Savings & Loan Assn.
MONUMENTAL
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0140.xml
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EXCELSIOR MEDICAL CLINIC Dept.: MEN PAST40
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EXCELSIOR MEDICAL CLINIC Dept.
MEN PAST40
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0141.xml
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CAMPING
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Deer Hunter's Camp
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C.B.Colby
A HUNTING CAMP differs in a couple of important ways from most other camps. For one thing, a good hunting camp should make it easy for you to spend most of your time away from camp hunting. The other is that you have to be concerned with gun care and safety.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0142.xml
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CAMPING
Camp Chef
Venison Pot Roast
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INGREDIENTS 4 lb. of venison shoulder 6 stalks celery ½cup tomato juice 2 small turnips (halved) ½ cup red wine 8 peeled potatoes 2 tbsp. horse-radish salt and pepper 8 small whole onions flour 6 medium sliced carrots shortening Roll the shoulder in seasoned flour water if necessary to prevent burning. (salt and pepper to taste), and place it About 45 minutes before end of cookin a kettle, browning it on all sides in ing time, add onions, celery, carrots, hot shortening.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0143.xml
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The Coleman Company, Inc.
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The Coleman Company, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0144.xml
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Sterno, Inc.: Sterno CANNED HEAT
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Sterno, Inc.
Sterno CANNED HEAT
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0145.xml
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Delta Electric Company
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Delta Electric Company
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0146.xml
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Kohler Co.: KOHLER Electric Plant
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Kohler Co.
KOHLER Electric Plant
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0147.xml
article
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DOGS
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Where to Train Your Dog
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David Michael Duffey
A MAN may have the know-how. He may have the best stock intelligent breeding can produce and money can buy. But if he can’t find birds to shoot over his dog, he’s not going to have much of a hunting dog. With hunting seasons either on us or up-coming, there are some dog owners who don’t have to worry much about training their dogs.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0148.xml
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SPORTING DOG EQUIPMENT CO.
Dog Wick
SPORTING DOG EQUIPMENT CO.
Heat-X
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PURINA DOG CARE
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Purina
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Chaperone Pet Control
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TUREN, Inc.: FlexPort PET DOOR
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TUREN, Inc.
FlexPort PET DOOR
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0155.xml
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JOE STRATTON & SONS
Combination Tree Hounds
JOE STRATTON & SONS
Cat and Big Game Hounds
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0156.xml
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BEROL LODGE KENNELS: HUNTING POINTERS
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BEROL LODGE KENNELS
HUNTING POINTERS
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article
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ALL OVER THE MAP
Fishing · Vacationing • Hunting
WHERE TO GO
Ute Indians Open Deer Lands
Manitoba Waterfowl
Washington Cougar
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P. A. Parsons
Virgin deer-hunting territory is rapidly becoming a thing of the past, but a section of southwestern Colorado which comes close to being just that will be opened to hunters this fall on a first-come-first-served permit basis. The area is the Southern Ute Indian Reservation, which for years has been closed to non-Indian hunters.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0162.xml
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Florida Land of Sun, Inc.: FLORIDA
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Florida Land of Sun, Inc.
FLORIDA
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Advertisement: GATEWAY FISHING CAMP
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GATEWAY FISHING CAMP
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SPORTSMAN’S MARKET PLACE
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article
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THE GIST OF IT
a digest of the outdoor news
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HENRY MOORE
BUILT FOR TWO. Ken Price says his 16year-old nephew, who is an indifferent fisherman, landed a ½-lb. bass from a water bike by simply pedaling it ashore when he found the fish was too big to lift out of the water with his rod. —Hubert Thompson, Little Rock (Ark.) Gazette.
OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0175.xml
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WOOLRICH WOOLEN MILLS: Pure Wool
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WOOLRICH WOOLEN MILLS
Pure Wool
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0176.xml
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.: Winston
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston
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OutdoorLife_19611001_0128_004_0177.xml