Click here to download the catalog as a PDF file.

GUNS Magazine January 2012 Digital Edition - Page 34

Shooting Sierra MatchKing bullets may increase your scores, resulting in more wins and a bigger head that may not fit through the average size door. Got a burning question to ask the editor? Contact him at: Email: or postal at: GUNS Q&A, 12345 World Trade Dr., San Diego, CA 92128. Due to the volume of mail received, GUNS cannot offer a personal reply. JEFF JOHN Want to win? Sierra MatchKing bullets are used by more shooting champions at more long-range matches than any other rifle bullet in the world. In fact, 49 out of 60 NRA Hi-Power Rifle Champions used MatchKing bullets in 2010 to win at Camp Perry and 105 out of 151 champions used them at the 2010 NRA Silhouette Nationals. MatchKing’s hollow point Boat Tail design provides that extra margin of ballistic performance match shooters need at long range, under adverse conditions. Put MatchKing to work for you, but be warned; winning has interesting side effects. Contact your favorite dealer for the complete line of Sierra bullets or visit Q: keep it nice I’ve got three muzzleloading long arms with beautifully finished stocks, but I don’t want to varnish them. What’s a good stock protectant to help keep the stocks looking good? Linseed oil? Wade McManus via e-mail 1400 West Henry Street Sedalia, MO 65301 Tech support: 1-800-223-8799 Other calls: 1-888-223-3006 078.27306 Warning_GunsMag_4.625x7.5.indd 1 NEW! From Iver Johnson PAS 12 Shotgun MSRP: $270 - $342 12/16/10 3:49 PM Available through Big Rock Sports, RSR, or dealer direct • Pump Action Self Defense 12ga • 18” smooth bore barrell • Lightweight alloy receiver • Cross trigger block safety • Synthetic, grooved forend with belled back end for perfect grip • Smooth, dual action bars for quick & easy pumping action • Available models with front blade sight only, or adj. rear sight w/fiber optic frt sight & with or w/o extended, ventilated choke • Standard model also available in all satin nickel or 2 tone • Manufactured by Armed Guns in Turkey Visit our website for more details and available options! Jeff keeps his oil-finished stocks nice by applying a generous coat of Birchwood Casey stock wax. If exposed to inclement weather, a rub down with Pilkington’s Rubbing oil is applied first and allowed to dry before waxing. Photo: Jeff John You don’t want to use linseed A: oil unless you are sure the finish on the gun is a linseed oil finish. One 321-636-3377 • 34 of the beauties of a linseed oil finish is you can touch it up and keep it nice by rubbing in a thin coat at the end of every season, then wax it after it dries. W W W. G U N S M A G A Z I N E . C O M • J A N U A R Y 2 0 1 2

Page 33 ... Page 35