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    Ok, In whatever little spare time I have, I might read a magazine or two. In that I began wondering what magazines others might be reading. Here are my favorite: Field and Stream, Combat Handguns, Guns and Weapons for Law Enforcement, last, but not least, Traditional Archer. What are you reading?

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    Litigation Technology News. I know, kinda boring, but it is work related. I am a sometimes contributor as well, so I get a free subscription.
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    Marine related Trade Only, Several automotive magazines, and some technical engineering publications.
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    Just about an kind of gun and golf magazines.
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    Some are catologs but here it goes : northern supply , anything gun related , men's health .
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    Spatula Monthly and Aglets Today.
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    Having giving up hunting, I haven't read many of those in a long time. American Handgunner is at the top of my current list (good articles). I subscribe to a couple others also, but so many have familiar names I can't keep them straight. Reviews I take with a grain of salt.
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    Smithsonian, Columbus Area Mensa, and American Rifleman.
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    Backwoods Home (online). That's about the only magazine I read.

    I read lots of books, news articles, and some select blog posts.
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    I didn't know they still published magazines! American Handgun, G & A, and trade magazines.


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