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198010 Desert Magazine 1980 October

198010 Desert Magazine 1980 October

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WIN COLORS INOWENS VALLEF THE
get there and what to
 
1EBK
Loaded
A new gun that carries
on the
Ruger tradition—an engineeringphilosophy which has produced over
the
years
a
line
of
fine sportingfirearms, unique
in
their high quality and handsome design.
This first Ruger Over
and
Under Shotgun
is a
perfect-ly balanced, plain grade
gun of
elegant simplicity.
By
the Ruger definition, "plain grade" means precisionworkmanship
and
superior finish, with geometricallyaccurate curved shapes, plane surfaces which
are
finelypolished
and
mechanical joints that
are
fitted
to
mini-mum hairline clearances.The unique
new
mechanism with rebounding
ham-
mers
and
single selective trigger provides positive safetyadvantages.
The gun
opens easily
and
closes solidly.The distinctive styling
and
unusually
low
profile
are ac-
centuated
by the
fact that there
are no
visible pins
or
screws whatsoever. Barrels
are
hammer-forged, with
3"
chambers
and
appropriate choke combinations, auto-matic ejectors
and
removable barrel side spacers.
The
barrels
and
dovetail hollow
rib are
permanently assem-bled with strong silver solder joints.
The
stock
and
forearm
are
fully seasoned straight grain Americanwalnut, hand checkered
and
satin finished.Every feature
of the new gun
reflects traditionalRuger attention
to
detail
and the
high quality which
the
American shooter
has
come
to
expect
of all
Ruger fire-arms.Initial production
of the 20
gauge model will
be
limited, with increasing numbers
of
guns becomingavailable
in the
months
to
come. Production
of
premium-grade
20
gauge models
and the
introduction
of 12
gaugemodels'is anticipated
for the
future.
See
your RugerDealer
or
write
for
complete details
and
specifications.
96 Lacey PlaceSouthport, Connecticut 06490 U.S.A.
ALL RUGER FIREARMS
ARE
DESIGNED
AND
MANUFACTURED
IN
RUGER FACTORIES
IN
THE
UNITED STATES
OF
AMERICA
 
VOLUME
43
NUMBER
9 October 1980
CONTENTS
"Then springs burst forth upon the earth at your command!"
—Habakkuk 3:9
ISSN 0194-3405
Features
7
THE ENDANGEREDBIGHORN
by
Karen Sausman
The Time Has Come to Help
1215182022
A TALE
OF
TWOMISSIONS
by
Choral Pepper
Which May Be Just One
ECHOES
OF
FORTDAVIS
by
Kaye Ann Christie
Old Soldiers Never Die
HOME IS THE
HOGAN
by
Betty Tucker-Bryan
Wherever The Navaho Lives
GOLDFIELD,NEVADA
by
Harvey
J.
Berman
Awaiting Guests Who Got Delayed
GAILGARDNER
by
Marshall Trimble
Arizona's 'Poet Lariat"
r)
/
THE HIGH ROAD TOA^TTARAHUMARA-LAND
by Frank Hammond
Choo-Choo to Adventure
TARAHUMARA-LAND
by
Charlotte
M.
Cardon
h
Where Night is the 'Day of the Moon'
THE CACTUS CITYCLARION
Mary
E.
Twyman,
Ed.
featuring Treasure under Reno'sBridge of Sighs
AUTUMN COLOR
IN
THEOWENS VALLEY
A Photo Essay by Pete Haynes
Departments
EDITORIAL 5LETTERS 6DESERT ROCKHOUND 36DESERT CALENDAR 37THE SECOND TIME AROUND 40PRODUCT OF THE MONTH 41THE LIVING DESERT 42CHUCK WAGON COOKIN' 44TRADING POST 51DESERT BOOK SHOP 52DESERT PHOTO CONTEST 54
Cover
David Muench captures the latticed patternof the gypsum dunes in Guadalupe MountainNational Park, Texas.

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