I like Shooting Illustrated through NRA. First thing I turn to is Wiley Clapp's "Fight'n Iron" on the last page.
Must times it is like a trip down memory lane. Not the fight'n, I own or have worked with many of the arms he features.
Every month, I read the American Hunter from the NRA and Shooting Times. I've been reading Shooting Times since the 70's. I can't stop now. I still remember seeing a picture of present Handgun Editor, Bart Skelton, at 8 years old firing his dad's Ruger Flattop .44 magnum. His dad, Skeeter, was the Handgun Editor back in the 70's and had written an article that included Bart's picture!!! A whole lot of what I know about guns came from Skeeter's articles. The magazine has given me much pleasure over the years.
After I finish them, I now send them to my grand nephew, who is in the Army. I've hooked him and most of his Army friends on Bart Skelton now!!