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7 Cartridges that Never Made the Grade

7 Cartridges that Never Made the Grade

By Ralph M. Lermayer

In the rush to own the latest hunting rounds, we all too often pass by some great performers that have been with us for decades. Who are you going to ask to the prom, the prettiest gal in school or the one whose father has the best deer hunting property? Tough call. It’s sort of like asking, “Which is better, sizzle or steak?” Ans...

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