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    Interesting letter from American Rifleman, April 1968

    Just noticed this while looking for something else: zero the Redfield for 500 yards and hold over or under for other ranges!

    The gentleman's obituary: Obituary | Douglas deHaas | Roberson Funeral Home
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    “There are invisible rulers who control the destinies of millions. It is not generally realized to what extent the words and actions of our most influential public men are dictated by shrewd persons operating behind the scenes.”

    Edward Bernays, 1928

    Much changes, much remains the same.

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