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American Rifleman or Hunter?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Shadowhunter, Mar 6, 2006.

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  1. Shadowhunter

    Shadowhunter Member

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    I'm gonna join the NRA tonight and they give you a choice between American Rifleman Magazine and American Hunter Mag. I've read American Hunter before and liked it but which do you like better?
     
  2. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    American Rifleman:D
     
  3. M.E.Eldridge

    M.E.Eldridge Member

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    I alternate or get both, depending on money at hand when I renew.
     
  4. ReadyontheRight

    ReadyontheRight Member

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    I pay a little extra and get First Freedom and Rifleman. I' like Rifleman since I also get hunting info from Outdoor Life and I like a lot of the more in-depth gun stories.

    EIther are good and will keep you up to date in the RKBA fight. Thanks for joining and Welcome!
     
  5. Dave R

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    What's the cost to get both? I'm sure that's an option.

    And that's always what we answer when someone asks if we want one or t'other.
     
  6. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    Last time I re-upped my NRA membership, the second magazine cost me $10 per year: definitely a bargain.
     
  7. Shadowhunter

    Shadowhunter Member

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    Went with American Rifleman.:) Part of the NRA now.:D
     
  8. PlayboyPenguin

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    I chose American Rifleman since I do not hunt. :)
     
  9. trickyasafox

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    i hunt, but i find hunting rags recycle more then gun rags, so i like rifleman
     
  10. Kaylee

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    Another vote for Rifleman.

    Think of it as the Coke Classic of the NRA. ;)
     
  11. Taurus 66

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    Your profile says you're a hunter. How often do you hunt? Do you think "American Hunter" will be of any benefit? I don't know anything about this magazine, but I do know something about "American Rifleman". Many of the issues I bought were chocked full of interesting articles.
     
  12. Smoke Rizen

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    I solved that one by getting my wife a membership also. She gets the Rifleman,and I get the Hunter,or it's the other way....CRS
     
  13. cz75bdneos22

    cz75bdneos22 Member

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    i chose rifleman since i don't hunt.
     
  14. carnaby

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    I hunt, would like both, but I chose American Rifleman. No regrets :)
     
  15. gunsmith

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    yes

    get all three!
     
  16. Houndawg

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    I get America's First Freedom.
     
  17. CajunBass

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    I get American Rifleman, and my wife gets "Women's Outlook."
     
  18. Lonestar.45

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    I get First Freedom.
     
  19. idahoemt

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    I get American Hunter(though I don't hunt, yet), and I just signed my oldest son up and selected American Rifleman for him. Shhh, don't tell him, it's a surprise.
     
  20. TheotherMikeG

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    Definitely Rifleman!
     
  21. luxone

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    I get First Freedom with my membership and pay an extra $10 per year to get American Rifleman as well. For $10 extra a year it's worth it.
     
  22. TX1911fan

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    America's First Freedom is pretty good.
     
  23. OldShooter

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    Welcome to the NRA!

    If you can afford it, get them both - heck get them all!

    If only one - American Rifleman was a good choice.

    Regards,
    OldShooter:cool:
     
  24. 220_Swift

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    I get American Rifleman and American Hunter. If I were to only get one, it would be American Rifleman. Actually, I get American Rifleman, and my wife get American Hunter. But only because she doesn't read mags and I picked for her.:)
     
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